This product must be applied BEFORE crabgrass weeds germinate and emerge from the soil.
Hi-Yield Crabgrass Weed Control Granular is a pre-emergent, selective herbicide for control of crabgrass, foxtail, goosegrass, barnyardgrass, and other listed annual weed grasses. Hi-Yield Crabgrass Control should be used on established turfgrasses, including Bahiagrass, Bermudagrass, Perennial Bluegrass, Fescue, St. Augustinegrass, Zoysiagrass, and other high cut bentgrasses. Appropriate for season-long control on lawns, golf courses, and other grassy areas. Crabgrass Weed Killer should be applied 1 to 2 weeks before germination of annual grass weeds for best control.
|Active Ingredient:||Benefin 1.33% Trifluralin 0.67%|
|Target pests:||annual blugrass (Poa annua), smooth crabgrass, hairy crabgrass, goosegrass, silver crabgrass, crowfoot goosegrass, barnyardgrass (watergrass), green foxtail, yellow foxtail; prostrate spurge, spotted spurge, creeping spurge, creeping woodsorrel, yellow woodsorrell|
|For use in:||lawns, golf courses, bentgrass fairways, high cut bentgrass areas, established turfgrass, Bahiagrass, Bermudagrass, Perennial Bluegrass, Centipedegrass, Fescue, Perrenial Ryegrass, St. Augustinegrass, Zoysiagrass|
|Application:||Spring germinating summer grasses (crabgrasses, goosegrasses, foxtails, barnyardgrass) - Northern cool season turfgrass: 1.75 to 3.5 lbs. per 1,000 sq. ft. of lawn in early spring Southern warm season turfgrass: 2.25 to 3.5 lbs. per 1,000 sq. ft. of lawn in late winter or early spring Annual Bluegrass - Northern cool season turfgrass: 1.75 to 2.25 lbs. per 1,000 sq. ft. of lawn in late summer or early fall Southern warm season turfgrass: 3.5 lbs per 1,000 sq. ft. of lawn in late summer or early fall Minimum re-treatment interval: Cool season turf - 56 to 70 days. Warm season turf - 70 to 84 days. Apply to established grass only. Apply 1 to 2 weeks before germination. Use a drop or rotary-type spreader designed for granular herbicides or insecticides. Irrigation must occur immediately following application. See product label for complete precautions and instructions.|
|Pet safe:||Yes, when used as directed. Keep pets and children out of treated area until completely dry after irrigation.|
|Yield:||9 lb. bag covers 5,000 to 20,000 sq. ft., depending on turfgrass and target plant|
Hi-Yield Crabgrass Control is a pre-emergent, selective herbicide for control of crabgrass, foxtail, goosegrass, barnyardgrass, and other listed annual weed grasses. Hi-Yield Crabgrass Control should be used on established turfgrasses, including Bahiagrass, Bermudagrass, Perennial Bluegrass, Fescue, St. Augustinegrass, Zoysiagrass, and other high cut bentgrasses. Appropriate for season-long control on lawns, golf courses, and other grassy areas. Hi-Yield Crabgrass Control should be applied 1 to 2 weeks before germination of annual grass weeds for best control.
Hi-Yield Crabgrass Control should be applied with a drop or rotary-type spreader and must be watered in immediately after application. With proper application, nearby established ornamental trees and shrubs will not be harmed. See product label for complete precautions and application directions for specific established and target grasses.
This product contains NO FERTILIZERS.
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17 of 20 people found this review helpful:
Get Rid of Poa Annua
By Jim on December 3, 2011
I live near Birmingham, AL. Before I discovered Hi-Yield Crabgrass Control, our yard was full of Poa Annua every spring. If you apply this product between Christmas and mid-January, 99% of the Poa Annua will not come up. The crab grass control is a bonus.
9 of 9 people found this review helpful:
Preventing Annual Bluegrass / Poa Annua
By Jim on November 29, 2012
I had a real problem with Poa Annua in the lawn of my new house. We pulled the Poa Annua up by the trash bag fulls the first spring. I asked at the local nursery about something to kill it. They told me about Hy Yield Crabgrass Control used as a pre-emergent. I put it down between Christmas and New Years every year and the Poa Annua is very minimal. I still pull a few survivors, but 99% never shows up.
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By Daivd on March 7, 2013
I've always had a ton of blue grass come up in late winter. I put this out last fall an NO blue grass at all! I'm buying more for a late winter/early spring application now to prevent summer weeds.
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By Cathy on March 27, 2013
The order process and communication went without any problems. Order arrived in a timely fashion. Have it on the lawn and see not crabgrass as yet but it may still be a bit early.
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HiYield Crabgrass control
By Bill on April 26, 2013
Prompt shipping, well packed. Product flows wonderfully in spreader (towed John Deere spreader). Easy to calculate rate and application. Too early in season to evaluate results (pre-emergence). Reasonable cost w/ shipping considering cost of travel and time saved.
Crab grass plus other undesirable weed control
By Cheryl on April 10, 2013
I put the product down in mid February. New spring grass is emerging and the product seems to be working.
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February 24, 2011Kenny asked:
QIs it okay to apply Hi-Yield Crabgrass Weed Control and then let the rain do the irrigation?
AAbsolutely. As long as it does rain within a few hours and the rain provides about 1/2" of irrigation this method is fine.
March 16, 2011Mel asked:
QWhat min temperature is OK to apply crabgrass control
AThere is no minimum temperature indicated. Basically you need to apply the product 1-2 weeks prior to the onset of conditions favorable for the weed seed germination. This will vary from region to region and you should contact your local cooperative extension office to enquire when the appropriate application time would be in your area
July 23, 2011Lil asked:
QSo, it would do no good once Crabgrass Weed Control is in your lawn? Best to do in Spring?
ASince Hi-Yield Crabgrass Weed Control is a pre-emergent, it is meant to prevent crabgrass from germinating so it has to be applied before it starts to germinate. Typically this would be applied in late February to early March depending on where you live.
June 26, 2012Bob from Cherokee Village, Ar. asked:
QHow soon can I sow new grass in the spring after applying Hi-Yield in Feb.?
AAccording to the Hi-Yield Crabgrass Weed Control product label you should wait at least 8 weeks after a single application if you used the 1/2-2 lbs pounds of active ingredient per acre rate or 12-16 weeks if you used the higher application rate of 2-3 lbs of active ingredient per acre. The product label also recommends that you increase the amount of seed used and use equipment designed to put the seed in contact with the soil.