Kill Your Crabgrass Before It Gets Too Big
Crabgrass is wily and sneaky! Just when your lawn is thinned from fungus disease or insects, crabgrass germinates in the weakened areas. It then hunkers down flat where your lawnmower can’t reach and spreads to choke out your remaining good grass. And each plant produces seeds… lots of seeds! These seeds then germinate next spring so even more crabgrass can threaten to win the battle for your lawn.
If you decide to wait till fall to let the frost kill your crabgrass, you will miss the chance to kill it before it produces all those seeds. Spray it now with Ortho Weed B Gon MAX plus Crabgrass Control. You can use this spray on any lawn type except St. Augustine, Centipede and Bahia. This spray works best when you go after younger crabgrass plants.