One gallon size. EPA registered for use in established bentgrass, bluegrass, fescue, perennial ryegrass, bermudagrass, zoysiagrass, bahigrass, centipedegrass and St. Augustinegrass. Gallon jug. There is not really a specific qty per gallon dilution because every sprayer puts out a different volume.
QUESTION: What does pre-emergent herbicide mean? ANSWER: Pre-emergent herbicide means that the product is applied prior to the germination of annual grasses and weed seeds in established turfgrass areas. QUESTION: What do pre-emergent herbicides do? ANSWER: Pre-emergent herbicides prevent annual grass seeds and weed seeds from germinating, thus killing the annual weed, as it never has a chance to grow. Most common annual grasses controlled are crabgrass and Poa annua.
Application rate: Apply 6 and 1/4 gallons per acre. For crabgrass only, 1 and 7/8 to 2 and 1/2 gallons per acre with spray volumes of 80-100 gallons per acre. For anunual bluegrass and other annual weeds, 3 and 1/8 gallons per acre with spray volumes of 80-100 gallons per acre. For general purpose and spot spraying use .5 fl.oz per gallon of water.