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Category: Fertilizer with Dimension Herbicide
Coverage (sq. ft.): 17,240 & 5,000
SRN ( lbs. per 1,000):  0.13
Unit of Measure: Bag
Material Type: Granular
Weight: 50 lbs & 14.5 lbs
This fertilizer contains Dimension® (Active Ingredient: Dithiopyr), a Specialty Herbicide which provides pre-emergence and early post-emergence control of Crabgrass and season-long control of Crabgrass, Goosegrass, Foxtail, Spurge and Poa Annua. Will control or suppress more than 40 different annual grassy and broadleaf weeds when applied according to label directions. Low-odor and Non-Staining.

Provides control of listed annual grasses and broadleaf weeds in:
• Established lawns
• Commercial sod farms
• Ornamental and sports turf (including but not limited to sport fields, golf course fairways, roughs, tee boxes, unimproved turfgrass areas)
• Container grown ornamentals
• Field-grown ornamentals
• Landscape ornamentals
• Non-cropland such as: airports, barrow ditches, cemeteries, communication transmission lines, electrical power and utility rights-of-way, fencerows, gravel pits, hard-surface cracks, industrial sites, military lands, mining and drilling areas, non-irrigation ditch banks, gas and oil pads, parking lots, petroleum tank yards, pipelines, pump stations, railroads, roadsides, debris retention areas, service roads, solar fields, storage areas or yards, substations, vacant lots and other non-crop residential and commercial areas
Natural areas (open space) such as: restoration sites, campgrounds, parks, prairie management, trails and trailheads, recreation areas, wildlife openings and wildlife habitat and management areas
Christmas tree farms
This fertilizer also contains XCU® slow-release fertilizer technology. XCU® provides gradual, steady nutritional uptake for up to 10 weeks of plant response. XCU® has the highest nitrogen (N) content (43%) and lowest sulfur content (4%) of any polymer-coated sulfur-coated urea (PCSCU) on the market. The value is more area can be covered per application using less fertilizer, which is more efficient and economical. Also, with less N lock-off more of the applied N is taken up and utilized by turfgrass or plants in the expected time frame.