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

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Preen Lawn Weed Control

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When your lawn has lots of weeds, it’s time to get Preen Lawn Weed Control. This product is made to do one thing: kill the weeds in your lawn. Preen Lawn Weed Control kills over 200 tough broadleaf lawn weeds down to the root. Can be used anytime weeds are growing for a weed-free lawn.


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BAG

10 lb.

Covers 5000 sq. ft.

BAG

5 lb.

Covers 2500 sq. ft.

BAG

10 lb.

Covers 5000 sq. ft.

BAG

30 lb.

Covers 15000 sq. ft.


  • One easy application keeps lawns weed-free!
  • Kills a wide range of tough lawn weeds, including dandelion, chickweed, knotweed, plantain, henbit, spurge, and many others commonly found in home lawns*
  • With Preen Lawn Weed Control you can attack weeds right now — use it any time weeds are growing
  • Will not burn lawn, no fertilizer included - lawn weed control only
  • Kills over 200 broadleaf lawn weeds down to the root—resulting in a beautiful weed-free lawn
  • For use on established warm season turfgrasses - established bermudagrass, centipedegrass, and zoysiagrass
  • For use on established cool season turfgrasses - includes Kentucky bluegrass, perennial ryegrass, tall fescue, and turf-type tall fescues
  • DO NOT use this product on carpetgrass, dichondra, or St. Augustinegrass as serious lawn injury would result
  • Not available for sale in HI, TX

*Click to see a complete list of weeds controlled.

3 easy steps to free yourself from weeding™

Mow

Mow lawn to normal height one to two days in advance.

Water

Thoroughly water lawn at least one day before application.

Apply

Apply Preen Lawn Weed Control directly to grass, preferably in the morning when dew is on the grass.

Watch, learn, then try for yourself

Apply Preen Lawn Weed Control when weeds are young and actively growing in spring or early fall, preferably in the morning when dew is on the grass. If grass is not moist at the time of application, sprinkle lightly with water to allow the granules to adhere and to remain on the leaf surface of the weeds. Apply in calm weather when rain is not predicted for the next 24 hours to help ensure that wind or rain does not blow or wash pesticide off the treatment area.

Mow lawn to normal height one to two days before applying Preen Lawn Weed Control. Water lawn thoroughly at least one day before application to sustain moisture until the next watering. Apply Preen Lawn Weed Control when weeds are young and actively growing, preferably in the morning when dew is on the grass. If grass is not moist at time of application, sprinkle lightly with water to allow the granules to adhere and to remain on the leaf surface of the weeds. Do not wash this product from weed leaves for one to two days after application of Preen Lawn Weed Control. After one to two days, thoroughly water the lawn.

Apply when the air is calm. Do not allow Preen Lawn Weed Control to drift onto flowers, vegetables, or ornamental shrubbery. Do not apply to newly seeded lawns or areas underlaid by roots of desirable trees and shrubs.

What are the active ingredients in Preen Lawn Weed Control?

Trimec which consists of:

1.37%  of 2,4-dichlorophenoxyacetic acid 

0.31% of (+)-(R)-2-(2-methyl-4-chlorophenoxy) propionic acid  

0.13% Dicamba: 3,6-dichloro-o-anisic acid

What are the other ingredients in Preen Lawn Weed Control?

The carrier agent/particle for the active ingredient which can be corn cob, limestone, etc.

How does this product work?

Preen Lawn Weed Control controls a wide range of listed lawn weeds which includes dandelion, chickweed, knotweed, plantain, henbit, spurge and many others commonly found in home lawns when applied accordingly.

Which weeds are controlled by Preen Lawn Weed Control?

Preen Lawn Weed Control kills a wide range of lawn weeds, including dandelion, chickweed, knotweed, plantain, henbit, spurge, and many others commonly found in home lawns. See Use Directions for a complete list of weeds controlled.

How long does Preen Lawn Weed Control control weeds?

Preen Lawn Weed Control will only kill up and actively growing weeds at the present time of application. It will not prevent any weeds.

Does Preen Lawn Weed Control prevent broadleaf weeds such as dandelions, clover, etc.?

No, as this product is not a pre-emergent to prevent broadleaf weeds.

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Austrian fieldcress

beggarticks

bird vetch

bitter wintercress

bitterweed

black medic

black mustard

blackeyed Susan

blackseed plantain

blessed thistle

bloodflower milkweed

blue lettuce

blue vervain

brassbuttons

bristly oxtongue

broadleaf plantain

broomweed

buckhorn plantain

bull thistle

bullnettle

burdock

burning nettle

burweed

California burclover

California buttercup

Canada thistle

Carolina geranium

carpetweed

catchweed bedstraw

catnip

catsear

chickweed

chicory

cinquefoil

cockle

cocklebur

common mallow

common mullein

common sowthistle

crimson clover

curly dock

daisy Fleabane

dandelion

dichondra

dock

dogbane

dogfennel

dollarweed

English daisy

false dandelion

false sunflower

falseflax

fiddleneck

field bindweed

Florida pusley

frenchweed

galinsoga

goldenrod

ground ivy

gumweed

hairy bittercress

hairy fleabane

hawkweed

healall

heartleaf drymary

heath aster

hedge mustard

hemp

henbit

hoary cress

hoary plantain

hoary vervain

hop clover

horsenettle

India mock strawberry

jimsonweed

knawel

kochia

lambsquarters

largebracted plantain

lespedeza

matchweed

milk vetch

mouseear hawkweed

mugwort

musk thistle

narrowleaf vetch

orange hawkweed

oriental cocklebur

oxeye daisy

parsley piert

pearlwort

pepperweed

plains coreopsis

poison ivy

poison oak

pokeweed

prairie sunflower

prickly lettuce

prickly sida

prostrate knotweed

prostrate pigweed

prostrate spurge

prostrate vervain

puncturevine

purslane

ragweed

red clover

red sorrel

redroot pigweed

redstem filaree

rough buttonweed

rough cinquefoil

Russian pigweed

Russian thistle

scarlet pimpernel

Scotch thistle

shepherds purse

slender plantain

smallflower galinsoga

smooth dock

smooth pigweed

sorrel

spanishneedles

speedwell

spiny amaranth

spiny cocklebur

spiny sowthistle

stinging nettle

stinging nettle

strawberry clover

sweetclover

tansy ragwort

tansymustard

tanweed

trailing crownvetch

tumble mustard

tumble pigweed

velvetleaf

Venice mallow

Virginia buttonweed

Virginia creeper

Virginia pepperweed

western clematis

western salsify

white clover

white mustard

wild aster

wild buckwheat

wild carrot

wild four-o'clock

wild garlic

wild marigold

wild mustard

wild onion

wild parsnip

wild radish

wild rape

wild strawberry

wild sweet potato

wild vetch

woodsorrel

woolly croton

woolly morningglory

woolly plaintain

wormseed

yellow woodsorrel

yellowflower pepperweed

Bulbs, Flowers, Ground Covers & Ornamental Grasses

Bermudagrass Cynodon

Bluegrass (Kentucky) Poa pratensis

Centipedegrass

Fescue (Tall)

Grass (Zoysia)

Ryegrass (Perennial) Lolium perenne