Preen Lawn Weed Control
Preen Lawn Weed Control kills a wide range of lawn weeds, including dandelion, chickweed, knotweed, plantain, henbit, spurge and many others commonly found in home lawns. Choosing weed killers for lawns can often be confusing and you might worry about burning your lawn. But Preen Lawn Weed Control’s formulation eliminates those concerns when used according to label directions. Choose Preen Lawn Weed Control and have a green, weed-free lawn.
How to Apply
The maximum number of broadcast applications of Preen Lawn Weed Control per site is 2 per year.
- Mow lawn to normal height 1 to 2 days before applying Preen Lawn Weed Control.
- Water lawn thoroughly at least 1 day before application to sustain moisture until the next watering.
- Apply Preen Lawn Weed Control when weeds are young and actively growing, preferably in the morning when dew is on the grass. If grass is not moist at time of application, sprinkle lightly with water to allow the granules to adhere and to remain on the leaf surface of the weeds.
- Do not wash this product from weed leaves for 1 to 2 days after application of Preen Lawn Weed Control. After 1 to 2 days, thoroughly water the lawn.
Applying Around Established and Transplanted Plants
Do not allow Preen Lawn Weed Control to drift onto flowers, vegetables or ornamental shrubbery. Apply when the air is calm. Do not apply to newly seeded lawns or areas underlaid by roots of desirable trees and shrubs.
Preen Lawn Weed Control cannot be applied to St. Augustine grass, Carpetgrass, or Dichondra, as injury would result to these types of turf/grasses. Additionally, this product cannot be applied to established turf (any variety) where clover is desirable, as it would harm the desirable clover.
This is not the product label. Always read and follow directions on the product label. Use only as directed.