A granular formulation containing Iron Sulphate, Dicamba, 2,4D and Mecroprop-P for the control of broad-leaved weeds and moss in lawns.
Combined with a balanced 10-2-2 fertilizer with iron, UniPro Lawn Feed, Weed and moss killer is the ideal treatment to achieve a healthy green and weed free lawn.
One 16kg bag will treat apx 500 sq metres.
Instructions for use
IMPORTANT: Please read instructions on the packaging before use.
UniPro Lawn Feed, Weed and Moss Killer should be used between May and August when grass, moss and weeds are actively growing and soil is moist.
Do not apply during drought or freezing conditions. The granules or dust must not be allowed come in contact with flowers, shrubs, fruit or vegetable plants.
Apply only to established turf. Do not use on new grass up to six months.
Do not mow the lawn for 3 days prior to treatment and until at least 4 days after treatment. Do not apply when heavy rain is forecast but if no rain falls within 48 hours of treatment, then water the product into the lawn.
For best results apply using a granular spreader. Apply evenly at a rate of 32 grams per square metre.
Alternatively, apply by hand but apply evenly at 32 grams per square metre.
Rake out dead moss 7-14 days after treatment.
Wear gloves when handling the product.
Avoid application on windy days.
Avoid walking on treated areas until it has rained or the product has been watered in.
Sweep any spilled product off paving areas immediately to avoid risk of discoloration.
The moss will blacken as it dies. Any discoloration of the turf will be temporary.
Do not re-seed or turf for at least 6 weeks after application.
The first four mowings after application should not be used to mulch cultivated unless composted for at least 6 months.
Do not mix UniPro Lawn Feed, Weed and Moss Killer with any other plant protection products.
UniPro Lawn Feed, Weed and Moss Killer is effective against broadleaved weeds of the following species:
Large or perennial weeds may re-grow and may require repeated applications when new growth appears