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15 of 19 people found this review helpful:
Prodiamine 65 WDG Is a Blessing to my Centipede
By on 06/10/2013
I sowed my grass in April of 2012. It was used for crops prior to building a house and seeding. I had the ability to water and thankfully received a good amount from the Big Man. However, I kept noticing that the highest part of my yard, didn't come up as expected. Crabgrass outgrew the centipede so I was left with a major problem. In March of 2013 I applied Prodimine 65 WDG to prevent the crabgrass from coming up. It worked great!!!!!! The spaces where my grass hadn't came up, were now dead and the centipede was able to grow across. My yard is not fully covered, but should be by the end of the growing season. If I hadn't sprayed, the crabgrass would have came up and the centipede wouldn't have been able to spread like it did. I used about 1 pound per acre. In the lower parts of my yard the centipede came up really good last year. As I speak, the crabgrass is starting to come back in the lower part because it is very heavy and fertile soil. You could literally grow anything on it. I wish I would have applied the whole 2 pounds per acre so I would have had a residual of approx. 8 months. Lesson Learned. I highly recommend to anyone who is having a weed problem. I am a happy customer!!!!!
11 of 12 people found this review helpful:
Prodiamine 65 WDG
By Ralph on 04/08/2014
This product seems to be doing an excellent job in controlling weed growth in my yard. My Bermuda grass is coming up and so far no sign of weeds.
11 of 14 people found this review helpful:
5th Season using Prodimine
By Joe on 01/21/2015
I spray 8 acres every winter using this product. It does an outstanding job as a pre-emergent for crab grass and Kentucky blue grass. I tank mix this product with glyophosphate and trimec, my Bermuda turf look great.
10 of 11 people found this review helpful:
Easy to use for First timer!
By Lg on 03/14/2017
Research enough on this stuff to be an expert. Conversion was easy when using Google. I used a little pill cup with tablespoon, ML, oz markers to properly mix the product. Took the average of the label recommendation @ 0.185-0.55o oz per 1000 sqft. Came out to ~ 10 ml per 1000 sq ft in 2 gallons of water. Took 3.5 refill @ 2 gallons of my E-sprayer. But was done in <1 hour for 7K sq ft yard. It rained the next 2 days so hoping to see no crab grass or other weeds when April hits
Thank you for your feedback! There is also a conversion chart on page 27 of the product label for volume measurements since this is a granule concentrate. You can also always give us a call at 866-581-7378 if you have any questions about how to apply a product. Product label: http://www.domyownpestcontrol.com/msds/Prodiamine_65_WDG_Label.pdf
10 of 12 people found this review helpful:
Lawn treatment for Fox tail and crab grass.
By Ray on 04/10/2016
Used this for the first time spring of 2015. Mixed 4 oz. per 15 gallons in my sprayer. Laid out the yard in 1/4 acre sections using google earth. Have been fighting fox tail for years. After using Prodiamine had no weeds in the treated areas. Didn't do another application in late July like I should have so had some fox tail show up in the fall. In 2016 will do two applications and plan on great results.
8 of 10 people found this review helpful:
By Joe on 04/04/2015
It is a good product that doesn't stain, and doesn't clog my sprayer's filter too badly.
7 of 8 people found this review helpful:
By William on 08/25/2016
Have been using Prodiamine 65 WDG for the last 2 years and it has done a phenomenal job. Although a few weeds pop in-between applications, they are easy to just pick out myself and toss in the dumpster. The alternative of using a post emergent every 30 days is a poor way to control weeds and crab grass.
7 of 9 people found this review helpful:
Works well on Poa Annua/Annual Bluegrass
By Tom on 04/16/2016
My Tall Fescue lawn was under heavy attack by poa annua. Frankly, I think it came in from all the fescue seed I bought and laid in the last couple years. I mixed up a recommended solution in a Northstar 16 gal. sprayer w/ electric pump, attached to my lawn tractor and gave my 1/2 acre backyard a treatment last fall, around Sept 15. We had plenty of rain to soak it in. I would say the Prodiamine was 90%+ effective in preventing germination. I did pull about a dozen plants, however, this spring. Also, it must have got about 100% of the "winter weeds" because I don't see any at all, like chickweed. I know it worked because a spot I missed way in the back sprouted a huge crop of poa annua which I will get this fall. Poa is a formidable enemy. My front yard will get the treatment this fall, anytime after Sept 1. (Raleigh area). I put Prodi down in Feb this year on the front lawn to control crabgrass and thus far haven't seen one blade of crabgrass, but it's a bit early yet. This stuff works. Getting the mix right takes a bit of brain power because the instructions are not especially clear.
6 of 7 people found this review helpful:
First year user & palan to use for many years to come!
By Chelly on 06/29/2016
I decided to purchase this product based on all of the good reviews we saw here & on other sites. We made the right decision! Not one blade of crabgrass. Not one weed at all! It's been a little over over 6-7 weeks since application and we are getting all kinds of compliments on the yard this year! Someone told my husband that he didn't deserve me while talking about the yard. LOL Very easy to apply with my new trailer sprayer!
4 of 4 people found this review helpful:
By J. on 05/13/2017
I have used this product for several years and it has done a great job of controlling summer weeds and crabgrass in lawn areas. I use a 25 gallon spot sprayer so it takes about a day to treat about 4 acres. I have found that it is best to premix the product . It is also important to keep the tank mix agitated.
3 of 4 people found this review helpful:
Works in my St. Augustine yard
By Matt on 04/29/2016
I follow Randy Lemmon's schedule in caring for my St. Augustine (Raleigh) yard. His schedule calls for applying Barricade 3x a year. After several years, the difference along my property line compared to the neighbors is night and day...nearly no weeds at all, just wild Bermuda that we all fight down here.
3 of 3 people found this review helpful:
By Dodge on 05/31/2017
Have used Prodiamine for two years to control foxtail on 3acres. Has worked fantastic.. I use 4 oz per 1/4 acre.
3 of 5 people found this review helpful:
Very helpful folks!
By Roger on 02/25/2016
I haven't used the product yet, but the support folks were very helpful in answering my questions about application etc.
2 of 3 people found this review helpful:
By Dodgerunner on 05/03/2016
Received order quick. Used this last year and it worked great. Hope this year works as well...
2 of 2 people found this review helpful:
By Charlie on 09/05/2016
Received the product in a timely manner. Searched the internet as to how much to mix for my smaller yard. I mixed 2 tablespoons with 4 gallons of water and spread it over 1000 sq. ft. Don't know the results yet because it has not turned cooler yet in my area. Didn't hurt the grass. Hope for the best
1 of 1 people found this review helpful:
Effective and economical
By Rick on 09/29/2017
I used this for the first time last Spring and was pleasantly surprised to have very few weeds for the entire season on all of the problem lawns I maintain. It's now almost October and I have seen very little Crabgrass,Spurge or Oxalis. I also like that it doesn't have obnoxious fumes while spraying as my 2nd favorite preemergent does.
1 of 2 people found this review helpful:
By Ronald on 03/11/2017
The mixing ratio are hard to understand. I just use the product want know until summer
Thank you for your comments! If you have ever have questions about dilution rates, please feel free to email us or call us at 866-581-7378 M-F 9a-5p EST. We appreciate your feedback and your business!
0 of 2 people found this review helpful:
Prodiamine 65 WDG
By Milton on 02/04/2017
Shipping was fast and well packed. A little to soon to tell how product works.
Crab grass Killer
By Tony on 11/17/2017
The weather turned cold quick in southern Wi.so I did not use it yet. After talking to you it was decided that it would be better to wait till march or april and give it a good dose then. When I figure out the lot footage I will contact you for the amount to use.Your people have been very helpful. thanks
By Roy on 11/18/2017
Great product and great company