The Andersons® 19-0-6 Turf Fertilizer with 0.38% Barricade® Pre-Emergent Herbicide, 50 lb Bag


Qty Price
1 – 2 $33.99
3 – 44 $28.99
45 + $23.99
Item # A19NBR50
Ship Weight 50.00 lbs
Stock Status In Stock

Fertilize and stop grassy and broadleaf weeds with one convenient formula!

Strong in nitrogen, this blend does an exceptional job for that spring greenup. 50% of the total nitrogen is derived from NutriSphere-N, a proprietary nitrogen management tool that has been proven to prolong desirable turf color. With an active ingredient of prodiamine, the pre-emergent herbicide will provide excellent pre-emergent control of grass and broadleaf weeds in established turfgrasses and lawns. Controls annual grass weeds including crabgrass, goosegrass, annual foxtail, poa annua; and broadleaf weeds including common chickweed, knotweed, henbit, prostrate spurge, common purslane and more! We recommend, that for crabgrass control, you apply after April 20th for southern Illinois, southern Indiana, and Kentucky; after May 10th for Ohio, northern Indiana, West Virginia, Pennsylvania, and northern Illinois; and after May 30th for Michigan. 1 bag covers 5,400 to 11,100 sq ft.

Product Information


Specs

  • 19-0-6 fertilizer formula
  • Contains 0.38% Barricade herbicide
  • Active ingredient Prodiamine
  • 50 lb bag
  • 11,100 sq ft for low coverage; per 8,300 sq ft for medium coverage; per 5,400 sq ft for high coverage

Product Features

  • For pre-emergence control of grassy and broadleaf weeds in established turfgrass (except golf course putting greens) and lawns

Product Benefits

  • An easy method of fertilizing and preventing weed germination in one formula

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Overall Rating: 5/5

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Outstanding fertilizer/pre-emergent

2013-06-23

I found this product to provide an excellent green up and the slow release is long lasting. I haven't seen a return of the annual bluegrass in my lawn after two applications of this product. The annual bluegrass was thick last year.