How Do I Use Snapshot Herbicide?

Depending on weeds to be controlled, apply at labeled rate: 2.3 to 4.6 lb. per 1,000 square feet (100 to 200 pounds per acre). Apply prior to weed seed germination. Snapshot® specialty herbicide can be applied in early spring, late summer to early fall, or any time immediately after cultivation.

How do I apply snapshot?

Directions. Apply Snapshot in early spring prior to germination of target weeds, in late summer to early fall, or any time immediately after cultivation.

Does snapshot have to be watered in?

Visit us at corteva.us/turf. Snapshot® specialty herbicide can be applied just prior to germination of the target weed or immediately after cultivation to remove the existing weeds. For the best results, Snapshot should be watered in if rainfall does not occur within three days of application.

How do I use DG snapshot?

Apply Snapshot DG with a drop or rotary-type speader designed specifically to apply granule herbicides and insecticides. Make sure to apply immediately after germination or anytime before cultivation of target weeds.

Will snapshot kill existing weeds?

Existing weeds should be controlled by cultivation or with postemergence herbicides. Depending on the weeds to be controlled, apply the labeled rate of Snapshot 2.5 TG 2.3 to 4.6 pounds per 1,000 square feet by using a rotary spreader.

Does snapshot control nutsedge?

Will this product kill nutsedge in my flower bed? Answer: It should definitely help in prevention of growth of any new vegetation. It is a pre emergent which prevents the growth of weeds, etc.

Is snapshot better than preen?

Snapshot is more effective than Preen. Received promptly and in good condition.

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What weeds does Snapshot prevent?

Weeds controlled, suppressed or prevented: aster, barnyard grass, annual bluegrass, bursage, wild celery, chickweed, clover, crabgrass, cudweed, cupgrass, fiddleneck, filaree, fleabane, foxtail, henbit, horseweed, junglerice, knotweed, lambsquarters, mallow, mustard, nightshade, wild oats, panicum, pepperweed, pigweed,

How long does Snapshot pre emergent last?

Snapshot delivers season-long control of more broadleaf and grassy weeds than any other preemergence herbicide. Snapshot works around the clock for up to six to eight months to keep landscapes and container- and field- grown nursery ornamentals weed-free.

How many square feet does a bag of snapshot cover?

Snapshot covers 10,869 to 21,739 square feet, perfect for nursery containers, landscape beds, and ground maintenance. Application rate: 2.3 to 4.6 lbs. per 1000 square feet, depending on weeds to be controlled.

Can snapshot be used on turf?

Snapshot 2. 5 TG should not be applied to turf grasses. Snapshot 2. 5 TG is meant to be used in landscape beds and around trees.

Is snapshot herbicide safe for dogs?

Answer: Snapshot 2.5 TG is pet-safe if used as directed. Keep pets out of the area while the product is being applied and watered in, and until the area is thoroughly dry.

Is snapshot safe on annuals?

Snapshot is a selective pre-emergent herbicide that provides control of listed annual grasses and broadleaf weeds in landscape ornamentals, ground covers, perennials, non-bearing fruit and nut trees, container grown ornamentals, non-bearing vineyards, field-grown ornamentals and non-cropland.

Can you use snapshot in a vegetable garden?

Answer: No, Snapshot can only be used on non-bearing plants. We do carry Fertilome Over the Top Grass Killer that can be used in your vegetable garden (please read the product label to be sure your vegetable are listed on the label).