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Danny from San Antonio, Tx writes,
05/20/2015:

When is the best time to apply a pre-emergent?

I'm in San Antonio, TX. I have 3 acres of weeds mixed with some coastal bermuda. I would like make it all bermuda. Thank you.

Answer:

Pre-emergent weed applications usually need to be applied when temps are lower than 55-65 degrees Fahrenheit. After the seeds from weeds have warmed up they germinate rendering the pre-emergent applications useless. If you are past this point, Post-emergent weed control applications will need to be used.

Answer last updated on: 05/20/2015

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