For season-long control of many broadleaf weeds and grasses, use Snapshot DG Selective Pre-Emergent Herbicide. It offers the same benefits of a liquid herbicide but comes in granule form. From barnyard grass to chickweed, Snapshot DG disperses easily throughout the area and eliminates invasive weeds and grasses for up to eight months. When you need long-term control over weeds in residential and commercial settings, turn to Snapshot TG pre-emergent herbicide.
Snapshot DG Selective Pre-Emergent Herbicide is similar to standard Snapshot, but it acts as a dispersible granule. Each spherical-shaped granule consists of thousands of subparticles that break apart in water. In fact, it only takes about 0.2 inches of water for Snapshot DG herbicide to work. When mixed with water, it delivers the active ingredients to the target area. Afterward, it battles stubborn weeds and grasses and provides long-term control.
When to Use Snapshot DG Pre-Emergent Herbicide
You should apply Snapshot DG selective pre-emergent herbicide early in the spring before target weeds and grasses germinate. You can also apply it anytime after cultivation and again in late summer or early fall. For the best results, irrigate the soil within three days to help Snapshot DG disperse over the entire area. Snapshot DG is safe to use on:
Field- and container-grown ornamentals
Nonbearing fruit and nut trees
Trees and shrubs
Groundcovers and perrenials
Use Snapshot DG Pre-Emergent to Control Weeds and Grasses
For long-term control of target weeds and grasses, Snapshot DG Pre-Emergent Herbicide provides the ultimate protection and prevention. Use this powerful, highly effective herbicide to save landscapes from stubborn weeds and to save money on hand-weeding labor costs. Snapshot DG binds to the soil and has low water solubility, meaning it won't drift from the root zone and affect other areas.
DIRECTIONS FOR USE:
It is a violation of Federal law to use this product in a manner inconsistent with its labeling. Do not apply this product in a way that will contact workers or other persons, either directly or through drift. Only protected handlers may be in the area during application. For any requirements specific to your State or Tribe, consult the agency responsible for pesticide regulations.
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