Our natural weed killer for lawns and gardens is the safest way to fertilize lawns and crowd out weeds before they sprout. These pre-emergent weed killers will give you the results you're looking for without harming children, pets, water, or the planet. Corn gluten meal provides the fertilization and weed prevention you're looking for.
How To Be The Best Weed Killer You Can Be!
Isn't it about time to win the war for a yard free of weeds? And no, you will not have to resort to chemical warfare to get the job done. The simplest thing is to stop them before they have a chance to grow. By using a pre emergent herbicide, you will kill them before they emerge, and that helps win the battle. Here's 5 things you need to know to become the best weed killer you can be.
Attack as seeds germinate. First, you need to know your enemy, and find out when they begin to grow. Crabgrass, for instance, sprouts in late spring and early summer, so that's when you would use corn gluten meal as your defence. It acts by drying up the tender new roots. Without legs to stand on, the plant dies, and the mission is accomplished.
Protect your shield. Spread this herbicide and water it in. Now it will act as a shield protecting your yard. Once you've done this, don't poke holes in your shield. Neither by aerating nor by digging up plants. Let the weed killer do the work for 4 to 6 weeks before doing either of those things.
No need to protect yourself! Best of all, this is a natural food byproduct, and not a chemical or a poison. It comes from milling corn, so there is no need for you to keep anyone, or anything, off of your yard after applying. If you have some left over, you don't need to fuss over storing it in your shed or garage like you do with chemicals. Bad for weeds, but good for the environment.
Kills a wide array of enemy plants. It's important to know which plants this weed killer will work on. From crabgrass to dandelions, to lambsquarter, foxtail, creeping bentgrass, smartweed, redroot pigweed, purslane, barnyard grass and Bermuda grass. It will also work on seeds you plant, like grass, so save seeding for later. Most importantly, don't overseed your lawn at this time, wait at least 4 weeks.
The best defence is strength. Being a food based herbicide, this is an excellent source of food for mature plants. Strong, healthy, well-fed plants are another great line of defence against invasive ones. Having a 10% nitrogen content gives you the best feed for your yard, and it will continue to feed for up to 4 months. Not just a weed killer but a weed and feed, saving you from having to fertilize as a separate job.
It can be as easy as this to make your yard look great. Time your attack to stop the weeds before they start to grow with a pre emergent herbicide. Let the shield do the work for you, and don't poke holes in it. Do it without resorting to chemicals or poisons. Armed with corn gluten meal, and the know-how to use it, you're all set to be the best weed killer you can be.