Fall Pre-Emergent For Bermuda Grass
Applying a pre-emergent to your bermudagrass in fall can prevent dormant seeds that fell in summer from germinating in spring. In the long run, this will save you time and money. For larger infestations, a 2nd application can be spread four weeks after the first, in areas with no snowfall. Caution should be taken if you plan on reseeding your lawn in the same season. Pre-emergents will keep those seeds from germinating, as well.
Winter Pre-Emergent For Bermuda Grass
Pre-emergents can be applied in the colder months before temperatures reach 13C / 55F. But, this is only really recommended in areas with mild winters. Applying herbicides at this time of year will serve to prevent seeds from germinating. Just as with fall applications.
Best Pre-Emergent Weed Killer For Bermuda
If you’re in a hurry then here are my recommendations for both granular and liquid Pre-Emergents. They have consistently performed well, and both are professional-grade products that will not let you down.
Powerful Pendimethalin herbicide base provides excellent results with a single application. Covers 5,000 sq.ft.
Very effective water-soluble pre-emergent, designed for use in herbicide sprayers. Covers 48,000 sq.ft
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