Nitrophos Weed & Feed (Trimec)
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Nitrophos Weed & Feed (Trimec)

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Nitrophos Weed & Feed (Trimec)

Nitrophos Weed & Feed with Trimec is a quick-release fertilizer that controls broadleaf and other common weeds while also fertilizing and feeding your lawn.

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Nitrophos Weed and Feed with Trimec made by Nitrophos is a both a fertilizer and a weed killer. It contains a core analysis of 15-5-10. This product does a great job in clearing out common weeds like chickweed, clover, dandelion, and many others and contains the right set of nutrients to promote a beautiful, vibrant lawn.

Tools Needed

To use Nitrophos Weed and Feed all you need is a reliable fertilizer spreader to broadcast the granules. You could use a hand spreader or a push spreader. We recommend a push broadcast spreader for best results.

How to Use

  • Step 1: Determine how much Nitrophos Weed and Feed you need by first calculating the square footage of the treatment area. To do this, measure and multiply the area length times width in feet (length x width = square footage.) The rate for Nitrophos Weed and Feed is 3.2 lbs for every 1000 sq ft. So for example, if you wish to treat a yard that measures 3,000 sq. ft, you would need 9.6 lbs of Nitrophos Weed and Feed.
  • Step 2: Calibrate your spreader to the right spreader setting for application and load the granules into the spreader. The label should provide you with the proper calibration recommendation.
  • Step 3: Push the spreader from one side of the lawn to the other making sure to get an even spread. This may take about two perpendicular passes on your lawn.
  • Step 4: Water the lawn a day or two after the application to help the product seep into the soil and stick to the weed leaf surface to control weeds.
  • Step 5: Conduct a follow-up application after 30 days to make sure the correct amount of nitrogen is put down.

Where to Use

Nitrophos Weed and Feed being spread on a lawn

Nitrophos Weed and Feed can be used on a variety of lawns like St. Augustine, bermuda, centipede, bahia, fescue and a number of other grass types. Check the label for details.

When to Use

Use Nitrophos Weed and Feed on your lawn is not looking as healthy or has been receiving an influx of weeds. The best time to apply Nitrophos Weed and Feed is in the early spring and again in the fall.

Safety Information

Nitrophos Weed and Feed is safe to use around children and pets when applied according to the product label instructions. Always wear the proper personal protective equipment (PPE) when applying and handling this product.

Do not allow people or pets to enter the treated area until dusts have settled.

Special Considerations

For best results, mow your yard to its normal height a day or two before applying Nitrophos Weed and Feed.

AvailabilityOnline
Restricted UseNo
Shipping RestrictionsNo Restrictions
BrandNITRO-PHOS
Keith's Pro Tips"Water your lawn a day or two before applying the Weed and Feed can help it be more effective since the moist soil and turf will help the product to stick better and prevent drift."
Product DrawbacksThis is a slow-release chemical so results aren't going to be instant.
Target PestsAnnual Sweet Clover, Aster, Black-eyed susan, Black medic, Broadleaf plantain, Bull thistle, Burning nettle, Buttonweed, Carolina geranium, Common chickweed, Mouseear chickweed, Crimson clover, Sweet clover, White clover, Cocklebur, Common mullein, Creeping jenny, Curly dock, Dandelion, Dichondra, Dollarweed, Florida pusley, Ground ivy, Henbit, Horsenettle, Lambsquarters, Morningglory, Mustard, Nettle, Oxalis, Plantain, Poison ivy, Poison oak, Prostrate knotweed, Prostrate pigweed, Prostrate spurge, Prostrate vervain, Common purslane, Russian thistle, Sheep sorrel, Sowthistle, Spotted spurge, Stinging nettle, Thistle, Virginia buttonweed, Virginia creeper, Wavyleaf bullthistle, Wild aster, Wild carrot, Wild garlic, Wild geranium, Wild onion, Wild radish, Wild strawberry, Wild vetch, and Yarrow.
Application EquipmentHand Spreader, Push Spreader
Application MethodsGranular Spreading
Active IngredientDimethylamine salt of (+)-(R)-2-(2-methyl-4-chlorophenoxy) propionic acid 0.29% Dimethylamine salt of 2,4-dichlorophenoxyacetic acid 0.17% Dimethylamine salt of dicamba 0.07% Nitrogen 15% Phosphate 5% Soluble Potash 10% Chlorine not more than 7.60% Boron 0.02% Copper 0.05% Iron 0.10% Manganese 0.05% Molybdenum 0.0005% Zinc 0.05% Trimec
Product TypeFertilizer
FormulationGranular
Application RateThe rate for Nitrophos Weed and Feed is 3.2 lbs for every 1000 sq ft. For more specific application rates please refer to the label.
Shelf LifeNitrophos Weed and Feed can last from 3 years in storage when kept in a cool, dry place.
Yield40 lb. covers 10,000 sq. ft.
Use SitesOutdoors
Time to KillWeeds exposed to Nitrophos Weed and Feed should die within a few weeks of contact.
Comparable ProductsSolutions 15-5-10 Weed & Feed Fertilizer with Trimec
Incompatible Grass Types Bentgrass, St Augustine, Zoysiagrass
EPA Registration #2217-603-54343
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I spoke with Greg today 3/6/24 and was extremely impressed with his knowledge and patience.
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This weed & feed fertilizer is the best I ever used. Year after year you can tell a big difference in my yard compared to my neighbors. Highly recommend.
Controls weeds year after year
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Restricted Use No
Availability Online
Signal Word CAUTION
Keith's Pro Tip "Water your lawn a day or two before applying the Weed and Feed can help it be more effective since the moist soil and turf will help the product to stick better and prevent drift."
Target Pests Multi Aster, Black Medic, Black-eyed Susan, Broadleaf Plantain, Bull Thistle, Burning Nettle, Buttonweed, Carolina Geranium, Chickweed, Clover, Cocklebur, Common Chickweed, Common Mullein, Common Purslane, Creeping Jenny, Crimson Clover, Curly Dock, Dandelion, Dichondra, Dollarweed, Florida Pusley, Henbit, Horsenettle, Lambsquarters, Morningglory, Mouseear Chickweed, Nettle, Oxalis, Plantain, Poison Ivy, Poison Oak, Prostrate Pigweed, Prostrate Spurge, Prostrate Vevain, Prostrate_Knotweed, Russian Thistle, Sheep Sorrel, Sowthistle, Spotted Spurge, Stinging Nettle, Thistle, Virginia Buttonweed, Virginia Creeper, Wavyleaf Bullthistle, White Clover, Wild Aster, Wild Carrot, Wild Garlic, Wild Geranium, Wild Onion, Wild Radish, Wild Strawberry, Wild Vetch, Yarrow, Ground Ivy, Mustard, Sweet Clover
Time to Kill Weeds exposed to Nitrophos Weed and Feed should die within a few weeks of contact.
Chemical Type Fertilizer
Formulation Granular
Application Methods Granular Spreading
Product Drawbacks This is a slow-release chemical so results aren't going to be instant.
Active Ingredient Dimethylamine salt of (+)-(R)-2-(2-methyl-4-chlorophenoxy) propionic acid 0.29% Dimethylamine salt of 2,4-dichlorophenoxyacetic acid 0.17% Dimethylamine salt of dicamba 0.07% Nitrogen 15% Phosphate 5% Soluble Potash 10% Chlorine not more than 7.60% Boron 0.02% Copper 0.05% Iron 0.10% Manganese 0.05% Molybdenum 0.0005% Zinc 0.05% Trimec
Application Equipment Hand Spreader, Push Spreader
Mix Rate The rate for Nitrophos Weed and Feed is 3.2 lbs for every 1000 sq ft. For more specific application rates please refer to the label.
Low Use Rate 51.2 oz./1,000 sq. ft.
High Use Rate 64 oz./1,000 sq. ft.
Use Sites Outdoors
Yield 40 lb. covers 10,000 sq. ft.
EPA Registration No. 2217-603-54343
Shelf Life Nitrophos Weed and Feed can last from 3 years in storage when kept in a cool, dry place.
Comparable Products Solutions 15-5-10 Weed & Feed Fertilizer with Trimec
Children or pets? No
Property Characteristics None
Questions and Answers
  1. Q:Is this product harmful to cats?
    4/1/23
    A:Nitrophos Weed & Feed (Trimec) is safe to use around children and pets when applied according to the product label instructions. Do not allow people or pets to enter the treated area until dusts have settled.

    Amanda Chavez

    4/3/23
    Certified Buyer
  2. Q:What setting do I need to use for my Scott’s TurfBuilder DLX with Edge Guard spreader to apply the product correctly to meet the rate of 3.2 lb/1000 sq Ft?
    2/26/23
    A:Unfortunately this spreader is not specifically stated on the product label, but it can be learned by following the instructions in our DIY guide. https://www.solutionsstores.com/calibrating-your-granular-spreader

    Amanda Chavez

    2/27/23
    Certified Buyer
  3. Q:does it kill burr weed?
    5/10/21
  4. Q:Can I water my lawn prior within a couple hours (vs 1-2 days before) applying the weed and feed?
    3/19/21
  5. Q:I am following the directions on the turquoise bag, but my question is, after application, should I water and if so how deep?
    3/15/21
  6. Q:Is this product safe for pets? If not, do you sell a weed killer for lawns that is pet-friendly?
    3/13/21
  7. Q:is this pre emergent?
    1/30/21
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