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Get Rid Of Weeds and Crabgrass Without Harming The Grass - Ortho Weed B Gon Max Plus Crabgrass Control
It's tough on weeds, but will not harm your lawn when used as directed. Plus it's rainproof in one hour.
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WEEDS AND CRABGRASS IN YOUR LAWN ARE A LOT LIKE ACNE: UNWELCOME AND HARD TO GET RID OF. SO WHEN YOU'VE GOT A WEED PROBLEM, ORTHO IS HERE TO HELP YOU FIND THE WEED-KILLING SOLUTION THAT'S RIGHT FOR YOU!
WEED B GON MAX PLUS CRABGRASS CONTROL KILLS LAWN WEEDS, RIGHT DOWN TO THE ROOT. BUT HERE'S WHAT MAKES ORTHO WEED B GON MAX PLUS CRABGRASS CONTROL SO COOL: IT'S TOUGH ON WEEDS, BUT WON'T HARM YOUR LAWN WHEN USED AS DIRECTED, SO YOU CAN USE IT ON YOUR LAWN WHEN WEEDS OR CRABGRASS POP UP. IT'S RAINPROOF IN ONE HOUR, AND IT STARTS WORKING OVERNIGHT.
EVEN BETTER, WEED B GON MAX PLUS CRABGRASS CONTROL READY-TO-USE FEATURES ORTHO'S ONE-TOUCH CONTINUOUS SPRAY WAND, FOR EASIER, FASTER APPLICATION.
RIGHT NOW, YOU MIGHT BE ASKING YOURSELF, "WHAT IF I HAVE A REALLY BIG WEED PROBLEM?" WELL, FOR LARGE AREAS, YOU CAN USE OUR READY-TO-SPRAY THAT CONNECTS DIRECTLY TO THE END OF YOUR GARDEN HOSE. FOR CONCENTRATES, THE DIAL N SPRAY HOSE END SPRAYER MAKES APPLYING TO A LARGER AREAS FAST AND EASY. AND YOU DON'T HAVE TO WORRY ABOUT MIXING, MEASURING, OR MAKING A MESS SINCE IT CONNECTS DIRECTLY TO ORTHO'S CONCENTRATE BOTTLES.
AS ALWAYS, IT'S BACKED BY THE ORTHO GUARANTEE. YOU CAN FEEL CONFIDENT THAT CRABGRASS AND WEEDS WON'T STAND BETWEEN YOU, AND A LAWN YOU CAN BE A BIT MORE PROUD OF. SO, TAKE YOUR YARD BACK WITH WEED B GON MAX PLUS CRABGRASS CONTROL.
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Weed B Gon MAX Plus Crabgrass Control kills lawn weeds, right down to the root. But here's what makes Ortho Weed B Gon MAX Plus Crabgrass Control so cool: it's tough on weeds, but won't harm your lawn when used as directed, so you can use it on your lawn when weeds or crabgrass pop up. It's rainproof in one hour, and it starts working overnight.
- Crabgrass is an annual, grassy weed that germinates in late winter (south) through early spring (north) and dies with the first hard frost in the fall.
- If a crabgrass preventer is not applied in the spring, it will become noticeable in the lawn in mid- to late-summer and grows vigorously in hot, dry weather
- Crabgrass has grass blades that are wider than the rest of the lawn, low growing stems that sprawl along the ground and radiate out from the center of the plant in a star-shape
- Plants form seed heads that resemble a crow’s foot, and each plant can produce over 100,000 seeds that remain viable in the soil for several years
- Crabgrass lookalikes include: Coarse Fescue, Foxtail, Quackgrass, Nutsedge, Poa Annua, Goosegrass, and Nimblewell.
Mowing at a height best for your lawn allows the grass to grow thick to help prevent crabgrass seeds from germinating by blocking sunlight’s access to the soil.