A good rule of thumb is to get the product watered in or worked into the soil/foliage and allow it to dry before your pets or kids walk on it. We suggest applying products in the evening or when you do not plan to use the lawn until the product is nicely watered down into the crown (base of the grass or plant) and your turf and soil has dried.
Note: For people with pets that go out on the lawn, it is also important to prevent them from getting the product on their paws and tracking it into your house. Some products can stain or discolor carpets and/or flooring. Waiting until the lawn is dry will help mitigate this occurring.
On our website, you can find our product's label, specs, and Safety Data Sheet (SDS) in a link listed above the Shipping Information Table.
Here is an example of what you will see:
Each manufacturer generally has some pet/people safety advice on their website, so we recommend you visit their site for specific details regarding each product you choose to apply.
Here is an example from Greene County's website https://www.greenecountyfert.com/diy/
Disclaimer: Our opinion on this topic should be considered just that, an opinion. You will want to review the information available to you and decide if applying any products to your lawn is appropriate for your situation.
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