All-organic, all-natural formula! This granular formulation of corn gluten provides pre-emergent weed control plus an organic fertilizer. Use on lawns, landscape beds and in vegetable gardens for all of your yardwide projects. It is safe to apply where children and pets play. This patented technology will control many grassy weeds, such as Crabgrass and broadleaf weeds, such as Dandelions and over 10 + weeds! Family friendly! 9-0-0. Do not seed with this product.
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In response to the March 30, 2013 post - We recommend waiting 60-90 days after applying Organic Weed Control before you seed your lawn. Otherwise this product will control not only the weeds but the new seedlings as well. Jonathan Green.
April 01, 2013
In response to the May 7, 2013 post - Organic Weed Control is strictly a pre-emergent control. It will not control existing dandelions. Unfortunately there is no 100% organic way to control existing dandelions except to dig them out. If you are looking for a solution a targeted spray control will take care of the existing dandelions or our Lawn Weed Control, but these would not be organic. Otherwise you can try doing a second application of the Organic Weed Control around Labor Day to try and preempt the weeds that winter over and germinate in the spring. - Jonathan Green
May 07, 2013
With the exception of having to get rid of exisiting dandellions in addition to putting this product down ,I highly recommend this product for anyone who is looking for the organic solution to weed control. We haven't had much rain yet this spring and our lawn looks beautiful. It is healthy looking , thick and very green.
May 14, 2013
Organic Weed Control does control crabgrass quite well. Annual bluegrass is tougher to control, but not nearly as ugly as crabgrass. As far as broadleaf weeds, the dirty secret is that corn gluten is not very good at controlling them; I have lots of oxalis and chickweed, some dandelions, and some --- the worst of all --- violets. My lawn is very green, though, and I think Organic Weed Control is a worthwhile product. A broadleaf weed control is still necessary.
May 23, 2011
I have been using Jonathan Green's Organic Weed Control for the last several years now. I put it down very early in the season ( March) , however I still have the exisiting dandellions that I can't seem to get rid of. Any suggestions on how to get rid of them without chemicals? The lawn itself is very green and we use the other Jonathan Green products that are making the lawn looking great. When we had a drought, our lawn held up really well compared to those who use chemicals. The Organic Weed Control seems to be doing well at controlling them from spreading but we just can't get rid of the dandellions we had originally.
May 07, 2013
If I seed this spring how long do I need to wait before applying this product. I live in mass and will be seeding mid April with black buety ultra.
March 30, 2013