Generally effective, except against prostrate spurge
September 27, 2012
This is my primary offense against weeds during the year. It has been very effective at eliminating dandelions, field bindweed (wild morning glory), and other broadleaf weeds that pop up during the summer in my bluegrass Kansas City lawn. Once issue is that it is very difficult to find a time to apply it in the summer. It should not be applied when daytime highs are above 90, when rain is expected in the next day or two, and within two days of mowing (before or after). That does not leave many options during mid-summer, when many weeds are starting to stage an offense on the year. It also does not seem to do a very good job with prostrate spurge. It slows it down, but does not seem to get rid of it. And of course, yellow nutsedge laughs in its face. Dismiss herbicide did a very good job with the nutsedge, and whacked the prostrate spurge back pretty good, too, so I am adding that to my weed fighting arsenal now each year.
My yard was over grown with dandelions and other weeds. After treating it with weed and feed its like we had a brand new yard. There was a dramatic change. Our yard looks so much better than all of our neighbor's. [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]
what can I do?? My lawn is dying after application of this product. broad leaf weeks are growing like mad. I used a spreader and got good coverage. Only place not impacted is where I didn't use this product. can someone help??