Ever wonder why Prodiamine gets mentioned so often in spring and why is it important to consider in your lawn care strategy? What even is Prodiamine?
Prodiamine is a pre-emergent herbicide with the active ingredient being Prodiamine. This product is used primarily in the spring to stop crabgrass from invading your lawn. Crabgrass is an annual springtime grassy weed that germinates in the spring, rages in the summer, drops seeds in the fall and then the plant dies. The following spring those dropped seeds grow and the crabgrass growth cycle continues.
Prodiamine is designed to stop the seeds dropped by the plant in the fall from sprouting now in the spring, thus restricting new crabgrass growth. Think of it as your go-to first line of defense against crabgrass. Pre-emergents kill weeds before they emerge, which is why it is such an important part of your lawn care strategy.
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