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Pro-Mate 5-5-25 Fertilizer with Barricade Pre Emergent
A professional selective pre-emergent herbicide to prevent annual grasses and broad-leaf weeds and a fertilizer for cool & warm-season grasses.
Image Herbicide for St. Augustine Grass and Centipede Grass Concentrate
A selective pre-emergent and post-emergent herbicide that kills many annual grasses and broad-leaf weeds during dormant and growing season.
Pro-Mate 22-2-4 Fertilizer with Trimec Post-Emergent
A professional selective post-emergent herbicide and fertilizer that treats existing broad-leaf weeds and fertilizes cool & warm-season grasses.
Bayer Advanced All-In-One Lawn Weed and Crabgrass Killer - RTS
A selective post-emergent herbicide in a Ready-to-Spray (RTS) bottle that connects to the garden hose for cool & warm-season grasses.
Pest control isn’t just about insects and rodents, it’s about controlling anything that is obtrusive to your way of life. Weeds are most definitely one of those things that need to be controlled and Do My Own Pest Control has the professional grade herbicides and weed killers to help you get rid of weeds for good. We only supply the best weed killer for lawns and garden areas so that you get the results you're expecting.
See also: Fungicide
Buying weed killer for lawns and other areas around the house is a common homeowner routine. Most people are familiar with weed killer products such as Roundup, but most people don’t know that you can buy the professional grade versions of Roundup, Ranger Pro (Roundup Pro), and Roundup Pro Max. These commercial grade versions are stronger and work much better than the stuff you can buy at Walmart.
In order to treat your lawn and garden correctly, you need to know which kind of weed killer to use. Herbicides and weed killers can be broken down into four main categories: the pre emergent, post emergent, selective, and non selective. Let me briefly explain what each of these kinds of weed killers are.
There are other commercial grade weed control products that you can use in conjunction with the above types of herbicides, called surfactants. A surfactant is a solution that you apply with the weed killer to help it spread out onto the weed better and to make the herbicide water resistant, so it stays on the weed if it rains of gets wet.
One of the best and most common herbicides used in the United States today, for general weed killing, is called Glyphosate. Glyphosate is a broad-use herbicide and is the active ingredient in Roundup. In fact, until 2000, this weed killer was patented by the company that makes Roundup. Now, you can buy this active ingredient from Do My Own Pest Control and save money!
Another common pre emergent herbicide used by the professionals, to get rid of nutsedge and broadleaf weeds, is called Sedgehammer. You can ask any professional and they will tell you that there is no better product out there for this kind of weed control.