Apply Snapshot in early spring prior to germination of target weeds, in late summer to early fall, or any time immediately after cultivation. Following
application, monitor weed control over time to determine if additional applications may be needed.
Depending on the weeds to be controlled, apply the labeled rate of 2.3 to 4.6 pounds per 1,000 square feet, using a rotary spreader. More uniform application can be achieved by spreading half of the required amount
of product over the area and then applying the remaining half in swaths at right angles to the first application.
• Snapshot does not control established weeds. Apply prior
to weed seed germination, or control existing weeds by cultivation or with a postemergence herbicide.
• Weed residues, prunings and debris should be removed or thoroughly mixed into soil prior to treatment.
• Repeat applications at the rate of 150 pounds per acre and higher should not be made within 60 days of original application. Do not apply more than
600 pounds per acre within a 12-month period.
• Do not apply Snapshot to:
- Newly transplanted ornamentals (until soil has been settled by packing and irrigation or rainfall)
- Unrooted liners or cuttings that have been planted in pots for the fi rst time
- Pots less than 4 inches wide
• It works. Snapshot provides unsurpassed control of grassy and broadleaf weeds.
• It offers long residual. Depending on factors such as weeds controlled and application rate, Snapshot® specialty herbicide provides up to eight months of control.
• It saves time and money. It saves landscape and nursery professionals thousands of dollars in handweeding
• It offers excellent plant tolerance. Snapshot can be applied over the top of numerous ornamentals.
• It stays put. Once activated, Snapshot remains in the weed seed germination zone.