Bayer Advanced Lawn Season-Long Grub Control
Season-Long Grub Control
Weight: 14.35 lbs (6.51 kg)
Read label first. It is a federal law to use this product in a manner inconsistent with its labeling. Before you use: Read and follow these directions when using: Do not apply near fish pools, ponds, streams or lakes. Do not use in vegetable gardens. When to use: May through mid-August. How much to use: See spreader settings. For best results, read and follow all label directions. Follow all label directions. How to use: To control grubs - Apply once anytime from May through mid-August. To control mole crickets - Apply once anytime from mid-May through early May. For best results, apply Season-Long Grub Control before grubs or mole crickets hatch. Contact your county extension agent for the ideal dates to apply in your area. Lawns: how much - see spreader settings. How to apply: Adjust spreader to the proper setting (see spreader settings). To be sure you cover the entire area, uniformly, first treat the border of the lawn then fill in the center. Make parallel passes, walking at a steady pace to ensure even distribution of the granules. Water thoroughly after applying. Flowers beds, ground covers, trees & shrubs: how much - 2 tablespoons per 10 sq. ft of planting bed. 1-1/4 cups per 100 sq. feet planting bed. Spread granules evenly to the soil over flower beds, ground cover planting shrub beds and under trees. Tip: A handheld spreader makes this easy. Rake granules into the soil around plants. Water thoroughly after applying. Children and pet may re-enter after the treated area has been watered and allowed to dry. For best results with grubs & mole crickets: Apply early, before grubs and mole crickets hatch. Water thoroughly within 24 hours after applying. Do not mow until the granules are watered into the soil. Avoid applying Season-Long Grub Control to waterlogged areas, as this may decrease the products effectiveness. You may spread Season-Long Grub Control over soil or mulch. If present, remove weed barrier before applying. Spreader settings: if your spreader is not listed on back of package please call our consumer service hotline at 877-BayerAl for help. Chart on back of package. Rate for grubs: 2.87 lbs. per 1,000 sq. ft. Rate for mole crickets: 3.8 lbs. per 1,000 sq. ft. Settings are approximate. The condition of your spreader, the speed at which you walk and uneven terrain may affect the rate of appellation. Calibrate your spreader according to manufacture's directions. Tip: 1000 sq. ft = 20 ft x 50 ft. Do not use a spreader that applies granules in narrow, concentrated or uneven bands. Be sure the spreader works properly and spreads granules evenly. Storage conditions: Store in original container in a cool, dry place, out of the reach of children, preferably a locked storage cabinet. Disposal: Do not contaminate water, food, or feeds by storage or disposal. Do not reuse empty product bags. Securely wrap the empty product bag in several layers of newspaper. Place bag in trash. It is best to use all the product in accordance with label directions. If it is necessary to dispose of unused product, please follow any application state or local guidelines.
Bayer Advanced Lawn Season-Long Grub control kills grubs all season long with a single application. Keeping your lawn free of damaging grubs has never been easier. Quick facts - One application kills grubs all season long. Kills white grubs before they damage lawns. Easy-to-use granules. Kills: White grubs (larvae of chafers and Japanese beetles), and mole crickets. Coverage: This bag covers up to 5,000 sq. ft (3,775 sq. ft for mole crickets). Where to use: Lawns, flower beds, ground covers, and around trees and shrubs. Signs of damage to lawns: Grubs - White grubs cause extensive damage to lawns by feeding on grass roots. Grass turns yellow, then brown and dies. Grubs chew off roots so that the grass is easily pulled up in pieces with your hands. You can roll it back like a carpet to reveal the grubs. If patches of dead grass appeared in your lawn late last summer, check for grubs. Mole crickets - Mole crickets often cause extensive damage by tunneling through lawns. Some species also feed on roots. Tunneling uproots the grass so it easily dries out. Lawns turn yellow, become thin, weedy and can eventually die. How it works for grubs and mole crickets: After Season-Long Grub Control granules are watered in, a protective zone is formed in the soil. If applied early, Season-Long Grub Control kills grubs and mole crickets when they hatchâ€¦ before they can cause damage. Notice: Research and testing have determined that the directions for use are appropriate for the proper use of Season-Long Grub Control under expected conditions. The buyer assumes responsibility for lack of performance or safety if not used according to the directions.
Active Ingredients: Imidacloprid (0.2 %) Other Ingredients: Corn Cob Granules and Dipropylene Glycol (to Adhere the Active Ingredient on the Granules). (99.8 %). Imidacloprid is the Chemical Name for Merit Insecticide.
Harmful if swallowed or absorbed through skin. Causes eye irritation. Avoid contact with skin, eyes or clothing. Wash thoroughly with soap and water after handling. In the case of accidental: Swallowing - Call a doctor or poison control center for further treatment advice; Contact with eyes - Hold eye open and rinse slowly and gently with water. Continue to rinse eye for 10 to 15 minutes. Call a doctor if irritation persists. Note: when calling poison control center, have this product label accessible. If seeking treatment at an emergency room or doctor's office, bring this product label to show medical personal. For medical emergency information, you may call toll-free 1-877-229-369. Environmental hazards: This pesticide is highly toxic to aquatic invertebrates. Do not apply directly to water. Do not countermine water when cleaning equipment or disposing of equipment wash water. Apply this product only as specified on this label. Hazards to humans and domestic animals.
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