Preen Garden Weed Preventer: Blocks weeds for 3 months. Guaranteed

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Preen Garden Weed Preventer Plus Plant Food

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Preen Garden Weed Preventer Plus Plant Food works all season long. One easy application prevents weeds for up to three months and feeds your plants for beautiful color, foliage, and strong roots. This product prevents new weeds from sprouting, eliminating the need for time-consuming hand weeding.


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BOTTLE

5.625 lb.

Covers 900 sq. ft.

BOTTLE

5.625 lb.

Covers 900 sq. ft.

BAG

13 lb.

Covers 2080 sq. ft.

PAIL

16 lb.

Covers 2560 sq. ft.

BAG

31.3 lb.

Covers 5000 sq. ft.


  • Stops weeds and feeds plants with one easy application
  • Prevents new weeds* from growing for up to three months, guaranteed
  • Promotes abundant blooms, increased plant yields and strong roots to help resist disease
  • Safe to use around over 200 established flowers, trees, shrubs, and vegetables
  • Can be applied anytime during the growing season—spring, summer, or fall
  • Will not kill existing weeds
  • Eliminate the need for dificult and time-consuming hand-weeding by applying Preen early

*Click to see a complete list of weeds controlled.

4 easy steps to free yourself from weedingTM

Remove

Start by removing any existing weeds around flowers, vegetables, trees, and shrubs.

Sprinkle

Flip the top, tilt the bottle, and shake to distribute evenly. Works even better with mulch.

Integrate

Use a rake to work the granules into the top layer of soil or mulch or stone-covered bed.

Water

Water the area where applied to activate the protective weed control barrier.

Watch, learn, then try for yourself

Apply Preen Garden Weed Preventer Plus Plant Food anytime in the spring, summer, or fall around established plants and transplants. By applying as early as possible, you can eliminate the need for hand-weeding.

It should not be used on flower seeds. It can be used after flowering plants have germinated and are 2-3 inches tall. Since it does not kill existing weeds, you must first remove any that have already begun to grow.

Rain does not wash this product out of the soil. For optimum weed control and plant feeding, reapply this product every three months.

First remove any existing weeds that may be growing. Then apply Preen Garden Weed Preventer Plus Plant Food using the easy-to-use bottle with flip-top applicator-cap. When plants are dry, sprinkle the product granules on top of the soil or mulch at the rate recommended on the label. Use a rake to work the granules into the top layer of soil or mulch. Once activated by watering, it forms a weed control barrier in the top layer of soil, preventing weed seeds from germinating. Disturbance to the soil surface after activation may result in erratic weed control.

For flowers, roses, herbs, ground covers, ornamental grasses, shrubs, trees, and listed vegetables at least 2-3 inches tall, sprinkle Preen Garden Weed Preventer Plus Plant Food evenly over the entire soil surface. Immediately water this product into soil surface. If watering-in is inconvenient, lightly rake into soil surface. Always wash or brush off stray granules from plant foliage.

For best weed control, we recommend applying Preen Garden Weed Preventer Plus Plant Food after spreading mulch on your flower and shrub beds. Sprinkle it on top of mulch. Immediately water this product into the mulch. If watering-in is inconvenient, lightly rake into top layer of mulch. Always wash or brush off stray granules from plant foliage.

How does Preen® Garden Weed Preventer Plus Plant Food work?

Preen Garden Weed Preventer Plus Plant Food creates a barrier that inhibits weed seed growth. The barrier lasts up to 12 weeks.

What is the active ingredient in Preen® Garden Weed Preventer Plus Plant Food?

1.47% Trifluralin (Treflan).

What are the other ingredients in Preen® Garden Weed Preventer Plus Plant Food?

Preen® Garden Weed Preventer Plus Plant Food also contains a carrier agent such as corn cob or attaclay, as well as fertilizer which will biodegrade over time.

What weed seeds does Preen Garden Weed Preventer Plus Plant Food prevent from germinating?

See our list of weeds controlled or the product label.

How long does Preen® Garden Weed Preventer Plus Plant Food stay in the soil?

Approximately 8 – 12 weeks per application. The rate at which Preen® Garden Weed Preventer Plus Plant Food biodegrades will depend on rainfall, temperature, soil type, rain/moisture, sunlight and amount applied.

What weeds does Preen® Garden Weed Preventer Plus Plant Food kill?

None; Preen® Garden Weed Preventer Plus Plant Food helps to prevent its label listed weed seeds from germinating up to 12 weeks per application. It does not kill or inhibit existing weeds in any way.

Why is the Preen® Garden Weed Preventer Plus Plant Food container not full?

Preen® Garden Weed Preventer Plus Plant Food is packaged/sold by weight not by volume; if you weigh the container you will find that the weight is as stated or slightly higher.

Do you have a guarantee on your products?

Preen® Guarantee: To the extent consistent with applicable law, Lebanon Seaboard Corporation guarantees you will be satisfied with the performance of Preen® products when used as directed, or your money back. If not satisfied, describe the nature of your problem, and send with proof of purchase to:

Lebanon Seaboard Corporation
1600 East Cumberland St.
Lebanon, PA 17042

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coneflower Echinacea purpurea

coreopsis Coreopsis

cosmos Cosmos

crown vetch Coronilla varia

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dahlia Dahlia

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dusty miller Centaurea cineraria

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Fescue (blue)

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forget me not Myosotis

fountain grass Pennisetum setaceum

Four o'clock Mirabilis

foxglove Digitalis

gaillardia Gaillardia

garden phlox Phlox

gayfeather Liatris

gazania Gazania

germander Teucrium

Geum Geum

glads Gladiolus

Golden glow

Grass (beach)

Grass (Dwarf Mondo)

Grass (Eulalia)

Grass (Mondo)

Grass (Ribbon)

Grass (Zoysia)

Guara

Hakonechloa (Golden)

hardy geranium Geranium

hollyhock Alcea rosea

Hosta (Albo-marginata)

hyacinth Hyacinthus

Ice plant (Largeleaf)

Ice plant (Trailing)

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Impatiens Impatiens

Iris (Bulbous)

Ivy (California)

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ivy Hedera helix

Ivy Hedera helix ssp. canariensis

Ixora Ixora

jonquil Narcissus

Lamb's ears

lantana Lantana

lavender Lavandula angustifolia

Lily turf (Creeping) Liriope spicatum

Lily turf (Green)

Lily turf (Lilac beauty) Liriope muscari 'Lilac Beauty'

Lily turf (Majestic) Liriope muscari 'Majestic'

Lily turf (Silvery sunproof) Liriope muscari 'Silvery Sunproof'

Lily turf (Variegated liriope)

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lobelia Lobelia

lupine Lupinus

marigold Dimorphotheca

marigold Tagetes

Mascarene grass Zoysia tenuifolia

Morning glory Ipomoea

Myoporum Myoporum

nasturtium Tropaeolum

pampas grass Cortaderia selloana

periwinkle Vinca

Peter Pan (Dwarf)

Petunia Petunia

Pincushion flower Chaenactis fremontii

poppy Eschscholzia californica

Portulaca Portulaca

rockrose Cistus

rosemary Rosmarinus officinalis

Rudbeckia Rudbeckia

Rupturewort Herniaria

Russian sage Perovskia atriplicifolia

salvia Salvia

Silver mound

Snapdragon

snow in summer Cerastium tomentosum

speedwell Veronica

St. John's wort

statice Limonium leptostachyum

Stawberry (Beach) Fragaria chiloensis

stoke's aster Stokesia laevis

stonecrop Sedum

sun flower Helianthus

sundrop Oenothera macrocarpa

sweet alyssum Alyssum

sweet pea Lathyrus odoratus

Sweet sultan

sweet william Dianthus barbatus

Thrift

tulip Tulipa

verbena Verbena

Wire plant

Wirevine (Creeping)

Yarrow Achillea millefolium

zinnia Zinnia

Shrubs

Abelia (Edward Goucher) Abelia x grandiflora 'Edward Goucher'

Abelia Glossy

Acacia (Abyssinica) Acacia abyssinica

Acacia (Prostrate) Acacia redolens

Acacia (Shoestring) Acacia stenophylla

Andromeda (Japanese)

Arborvitae (American)

Arborvitae (Aureus nana-dwarf golden)

Arborvitae (Emerald)

Arborvitae (Globosa-globe)

Arborvitae (Little giant-dwarf)

Arborvitae (Minima glauca-dwarf)

Arborvitae (Nigra-dark American) Thuja occidentalis

Arborvitae (Pyramidalis-pyramid) Thuja occidentalis 'Pyramidalis'

Arborvitae (Rheingold) Thuja occidentalis 'Rheingold'

Arborvitae (Techny) Thuja occidentalis 'Techny'

azalea Rhododendron

Bamboo (Compacta-dwarf)

Bamboo (Harbour dwarf-heavenly)

Bamboo (Nana purpurea-heavenly)

Bamboo (Nana-compacta-heavenly)

Bamboo (Woods dwarf heavenly)

Barberry (Atropurea-redleaf Japanese) Berberis thunbergii 'Atropurpurea'

Barberry (Aurea-golden Japanese) Berberis thunbergii 'Aurea'

Barberry (Crimson pygmy)

Barberry (Mento)

Barberry (Rose glow) Berberis thunbergii var. atropurpurea 'Rose Glow'

Barberry (William Penn) Berberis x gladwynensis 'William Penn'

barberry Berberis thunbergii

barberry Mahonia repens

bottlebrush Callistemon pallidus

Bougainvillea (Barbara Karst) Bougainvillea 'Barbara Karst'

Bougainvillea (California Gold) Bougainvillea 'California Gold'

Bougainvillea (Pink pixie) Bougainvillea 'Pink Pixie'

Bougainvillea (Scarlett O'Hara) Bougainvillea 'Scarlett O'Hara'

Bougainvillea (Temple fire) Bougainvillea 'Temple Fire'

Bougainvillea (Texas dawn) Bougainvillea 'Texas Dawn'

Boxwood (Common) Buxus sempervirens

Boxwood (Harlands) Buxus harlandii

Boxwood (Japanese) Buxus microphylla japonica

Boxwood (Korean) Buxus microphylla koreana

boxwood Buxus microphylla

Broom (Hollandia-warminster)

Broom (Lena-Scotch) Cytisus scoparius 'Lena'

Camellia (Japanese)

camellia Camellia sasanqua

Cassia (Feathery)

century plant Agave americana

Cherry (Dwarf pink flowering almond)

Cleyera (Japanese)

coton easter Cotoneaster horizontalis

Cotoneaster (Himalayan)

Cotoneaster (Praecox-early)

Cotoneaster (Pyrenees)

Cotoneaster (Zabel)

cotoneaster Cotoneaster dammeri

cotton easter Cotoneaster

coyote bush Baccharis vanessae

Coyotebush (Kosteri)

Coyotebush (Nana-dwarf Japanese)

Coyotebush (Torulosa)

cranberry cotoneaster Cotoneaster apiculatus

crepe myrtle Lagerstroemia indica

Cypress (Filifera-thread)

Daphne (Fragrant)

Deutzia

Dogwood (Baileyi red osier)

Dogwood (Flaviramea-yellowtwig)

Dogwood (Sibirica-Siberian) Cornus alba 'Sibirica'

dogwood Cornus florida

elaeagnus Elaeagnus

Euonymus (Canadale)

Euonymus (Emerald'n gold) Euonymus fortunei 'Emerald & Gold'

Euonymus (Silver king)

Euonymus (Spreading)

Euonymus (Sunspot) Euonymus fortunei 'Sunspot'

Euonymus (Variegated Evergreen)

Euonymus (Wintercreeper)

euonymus Euonymus alata

euphorbia Euphorbia marginata

firethorn Pyracantha

forsythia Forsythia

Gardenia (August beauty)

Gardenia (Mystery)

Gardenia (Radican)

gardenia Gardenia

Hawthorn (India)

Heather (Cornish)

Heather (Mediterranean pink)

Heather (Purple bell)

Heather (Spring torch scotch)

Hibiscus (Ross Estey) Hibiscus rosa-sinensis 'Ross Estey'

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hollies Ilex

Honeysuckle

honeysuckle Lonicera sempervirens

honeysuckle Tecoma capensis

hopseed bush Dodonaea viscosa

Jasmine (Asian)

jessamine Gelsemium sempervirens

juniper Juniperus

Laurel

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laurel Kalmia latifolia

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Leaf (Lemon)

Leucothoe (Coast)

Leucothoe (Drooping)

Lilac (Wild)

lilac Syringa vulgaris

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lily of the valley Convallaria majalis

Lily-of-the-Valley (Forest flame)

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Lily-of-the-Valley (Snowdrift)

Lily-of-the-Valley (Temple bells)

Lily-of-the-Valley (Valley rose)

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Mahonia (Leather leaf)

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Maple (Coral bark Japanese)

Maple (Dwarf Japanese)

Maple (Japanese)

mock orange Philadelphus

nandina Nandina domestica

Oleander (Hardy red)

Oleander (Ruby lace)

Osmanthus (Fortunes)

Palm (Chinese fountain)

Palm (Christmas)

palm (Pygmy date) Phoenix roebelenii

palm (Sago) Cycas revoluta

palm Areca

photinia Photinia x fraseri

Pine (Mugo-mugho)

Pineapple guava

Pittosporum (Green)

Pittosporum (Japanese)

Pittsosporum (Wheeler's dwarf)

Plumbago

Plumbago (Dwarf)

potentilla Potentilla

Privet

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Rhaphiolepis (Charisma-Monruce)

Rhaphiolepis (Enchantress-Moness)

Rhaphiolepis (Roundleaf)

Rhaphiolepis (Springtime-Monme)

rhododendron Rhododendron

Robira

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Rose of Sharon (Heart)

Rose of Sharon (Red bird)

Rose of Sharon (Woodbridge) Hibiscus syriacus 'Woodbridge'

rose of Sharon Hibiscus syriacus

rugosa Rosa

sakaki Cleyera japonica

Silverberry

Skimmia (Japanese) Skimmia japonica

Skimmia (Reeve's) Skimmia reevesiana

Smoke Tree (Coral beauty)

Smoke Tree (Royal purple) Cotinus coggygria 'Royal Purple'

smoke tree Cotinus

Spiraea (Anthony Waterer)

Spiraea (Bridal wreath) Spiraea prunifolia

Spiraea (Dolchia)

Spiraea (False)

Spiraea (Japanese alpine)

Spiraea (Shirobana)

Spiraea (Vanhoutte)

Spurge (Japanese) Pachysandra terminalis

Sumac (African)

Summersweet

Sweetgum (American)

Sweetspire (Henry Garnet holly leaf)

viburnum Viburnum

wax myrtle Myrica cerifera

weeping bottlebrush Callistemon viminalis

weigela Weigela

Woadwaxen Genista tinctoria

Woodbine (Flowering)

Woodbine (Serotina)

Xylosma Xylosma

Yew (Anglojap)

Yew (Plum)

Yew (Upright Japanese)

Yewpine

yucca Yucca

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American sycamore Platanus occidentalis

ash (Shamel) Fraxinus uhdei

ash (White) Fraxinus americana

baldcypress Taxodium distichum

birch (European white) Betula pendula

birch (Paper) Betula papyrifera

birch (River) Betula nigra

Blackgum Nyssa sylvatica

Bottle tree

carrotwood Cupaniopsis anacardioides

Cherry (Yoshino flowering)

Coolibah tree

cottonwood Populus deltoides

cypress (Arizona) Cupressus arizonica

Cypress (Filicoides-fernspray) Chamaecyparis obtusa 'Filicoides'

Cypress (Gracilis-slender Hinoki) Chamaecyparis obtusa 'Gracilis'

Cypress (Swara false)

Dogwood

Dogwood (Cloud nine) Cornus florida 'Cloud Nine'

Douglas fir Pseudotsuga menziesii

eastern cedar Juniperus virginiana

eastern white pine Pinus strobus

elm Ulmus parvifolia

Eucalyptus (Mealy)

eucalyptus (Red ironbark) Eucalyptus sideroxylon

Eucalyptus (Redgum)

Eucalyptus (Silver dollar) Eucalyptus cinerea

Ficus (Mini)

Fir

Fir (Balsam)

fir (White) Abies concolor

florida anise-tree Illicium floridanum

ginkgo Ginkgo biloba

hawthorn Crataegus viridis

hemlock (Eastern) Tsuga canadensis

Honey locust (Shademaster) Gleditsia triacanthos inermis 'Shademaster'

Honey locust Gleditsia triacanthos

Korean dogwood Cornus kousa

larch Larix kaempferi

Linden

loblolly pine Pinus taeda

locust (Black) Robinia pseudoacacia

magnolia Magnolia

Mahogany

Maple (Albus-flowering)

Maple (Flame)

Maple (Luteus-flowering) Abutilon 'Luteus'

maple (Norway) Acer platanoides

Maple (Red Sunset)

maple (Red) Acer rubrum

Maple (Roseus-flowering) Abutilon 'Roseus'

maple (Silver) Acer saccharinum

maple (Sugar) Acer saccharum

Maple (Tangerine-flowering) Abutilon hybridum 'Tangerine'

Maple (Vesuvius red-flowering) Abutilon hybridum 'Vesuvius Red'

Mesquite (Chilean) Prosopis chilensis

oak (Bear) Quercus ilicifolia

oak (Pin) Quercus palustris

Oak (Red) Quercus rubra

oak (Scarlet) Quercus coccinea

oak (Southern live) Quercus virginiana

oak (Willow) Quercus phellos

oak Quercus phellos

Palm (Mexican fan) Washingtonia robusta

palm (Parlor) Chamaedorea elegans

palm (Queen) Syagrus romanzoffiana

pine (Austrian) Pinus nigra

Pine (Bosnian)

pine (bristlecone) Pinus aristata

pine (Canary Island) Pinus canariensis

Pine (Columnar Scotch) Pinus sylvestris 'Fastigiata'

Pine (Eldarica)

Pine (Japanese black) Pinus thunbergiana

pine (Loblolly Pinus radiata

pine (Lodgepole) Pinus contorta var. contorta

Pine (Pumillo-shrubby swiss mountain)

pine (Red) Pinus resinosa

pine (Shore) Pinus contorta

planetree Platanus acerifolia

Podocarpus

redbud Cercis canadensis

Russian olive Elaeagnus angustifolia

Scotch pine Pinus sylvestris

sequoia Sequoiadendron giganteum

sourwood Oxydendrum arboreum

Spruce (Colorado) Picea pungens

Spruce (Dwarf Alberta) Picea glauca 'Conica'

Spruce (Dwarf globe blue)

Spruce (Glauca-Colorado blue) Picea pungens 'Glauca'

Spruce (Hoopsii-Hoop's blue) Picea pungens 'Hoopsii'

Spruce (Koster-Koster blue) Picea pungens 'Koster'

spruce (Norway) Picea abies

Spruce (Pendula-weeping Norway) Picea abies 'Pendula'

Spruce (Repens-spreading Norway) Picea abies 'Repens'

spruce (White) Picea glauca

sycamore Platanus racemosa

Tab (Yellow)

toyon Heteromeles arbutifolia

tuliptree Liriodendron tulipifera

willow Salix

Non-bearing Fruit & Nut Trees and Non-bearing Vineyards

Almond Prunus dulcis

Apple

apricot Prunus armeniaca

Avocado

Banana

Blueberry Vaccinium

Carob

cherry Prunus avium

cherry Prunus cerasus

Crabapple

crabapple Malus

Currant

Dewberry

Elderberry

Fig

Filbert

Gooseberry

Grape (American)

Grape (European)

grapefruit Citrus paradisi

kiwi Actinidia chinensis

lemon Citrus limon

loganberry Rubus loganobaccus

macadamia Macadamia integrifolia

nectarine Prunus persica var. nucipersica

Olive (Black)

olive Olea europaea

orange Citrus sinensis

peach Prunus persica

pear Pyrus

pecan Carya illinoinensis

pistachio Pistacia vera

plum Prunus

pomegranate Punica granatum

Prune

raspberry Rubus

raspberry Rubus glaucus

tangelo Citrus X tangelo

tangerine Citrus reticulata

walnut Juglans nigra

walnut Juglans regia

White mulberry Morus alba

Fruits, Vegetables & Herbs

Asparagus Asparagus officinalis

Broccoli Brassica oleracea var. botrytis

Brussels sprouts Brassica oleracea var. gemmifera

Cabbage Brassica oleracea

Cantalope Cucumis melo

Carrots

Cauliflower

Celery Apium

Collard

Cucumber

Eggplant Solanum melongena

Kale

Lentils

Lima beans

Mustard greens

Okra Abelmoschus esculentus

Onions

Peas (Black-eyed)

Peas (Field)

Peas (Green)

Peppers Piperaceae

Potatoes

radish Raphanus sativus

Snap beans

Southern peas (Cow peas)

Tomatoes Lycopersicon

Turnip greens

Watermelon Citrullus lanatus