Snapshot DG is a selective pre-emergent herbicide that is effective on more than 110 broadleaf weeds! What is DG?DG is short for “Dispersible Granule”, which means that the granule quickly disperses with water and can quickly deliver active ingredients to your target environment to battle your toughest pests. DG Pro is a “self-incorporating” granule that reaches the soil complex through mulch, turf or bare-soil applications. Each granule is made up of thousands of sub-particles that break apart with as little as 0.2” of moisture. University research has shown increase efficiency for products like pre-emergent herbicides.Snapshot DG has undergone significant University testing to live up to the high standards of Dow AgroScience. Snapshot DG has been tested at Ohio State, Auburn, Rutgers, Cornell and Purdue for both efficacy and plant tolerance in mind.DG, also known as DG Pro is a patented, engineered granule, with superior characteristics including:
All these features make for a great handling product that do very well with pre-emergent herbicides.
Packaging:25 lb BagTarget Pest:Over 125 broadleaf weeds and annual grasses. It targets the toughest weeds such as Barnyardgrass, Bittercress, Common chickweed, Foxtail ,Goosegrass, Marestail, Oxalis Ragweed Spurge (prostrate).Can be used over the top of more than 635 labeled ornamentals. Active Ingredient:Trifluralin (2.0%)Isoxaben (0.5%)Yield:7,100 average rate, up to 8,000 sq feetMixture:Depending on the weeds to be controlled, apply the labeled rate of 2.3 to 4.6 pounds per 1,000 square feet by using a rotary spreader. Application:Depending on the weeds to be controlled, apply the labeled rate of 2.3 to 4.6 pounds per 1,000 square feet by using a rotary spreader.Retreatment:Repeat applications at the rate of 150 pounds per acre and higher should not be made within 60 days of original application. Do not apply more than 600 pounds per acre within a 12-month period. Precautions: Before applying Snapshot, remember:Weed residues, prunings and trash should be removed or thoroughly mixed into soil prior to treatment.Do not apply Snapshot to:Newly transplanted ornamentals until soil has been settled by packing and irrigation or rainfall.Unrooted liners or cuttings that have been planted in pots for the first time.Pots less than 4 inches wide.
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