SHAWS 7 0 0 .20 MERIT LAWN FERTILIZER 50 LB

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COVERS 14,286 Sq. Ft..

Shaw’s™ 7-0-0 with MERIT® contains a uniformly sized fertilizer which will supply a low Nitrogen feeding for the turf professional who does not want excess growth, example: In roughs or between regularly scheduled lawn care applications. MERIT® has sufficient residual activity so that applications can be made preceding egg laying activity of the target pests. University and Bayer data show 94% grub control of all included species when applied April through August 15th. Improved control can be expected with May, June, July applications of MERIT® plus fertilizer.

Guaranteed Analysis

  • TOTAL NITROGEN (N) -7%
  • 7.00% Urea Nitrogen
  • PRIMARY PLANT FOODS DERIVED FROM: Urea

Active Ingredients

  • ACTIVE INGREDIENT: Imidacloprid, 1-{(6-Choro-3-pyridinyl)methyl}-N- nitro-2-imidazolidinimine - 0.20%
  • INERT INGREDIENTS - 99.80%
  • TOTAL - 100.00%

*Contains 2 lbs. Active Ingredient per 40 lb. bag

EPA REG. NO. 62719-98-8378        

EPA EST. NO. 8378-IN-1

POUNDS OF NUTRIENT/M SQ. FT.

Lbs Per Acre Lbs. Per 1,000 Sq. Ft. N P K
152 3.50 .25 0 0

The following settings are approximate for applying contents of this package. Settings are based on average walking speed. Reduce settings for slower speed and increase for higher speed. Check your spreader on 250 sq. ft. and adjust to apply ¼ of 1,000 sq. ft. rate. PLEASE NOTE: These settings are furnished as a starting guide only.

RATES ARE FOR POUNDS PER 1,000 SQ. FT

Spreader Settings 1.8 Lbs
Scott’s R8 J-K
Lesco D-E
Spyker 3-4
Cyclone B1 3-4
Earthway Broadcast 15-16

Application Instructions

The active ingredient in Shaw’s 7-0-0 MERIT® 0.20%, has sufficient residual activity so that applications can be made preceding the egg laying activity of target pests. High levels of control can be achieved when applications are made preceding or during the egg laying period. The need for an application can be based on historical monitoring of the site, previous records or experiences, current season adult trapping or other methods. Optimum control will be achieved when applications are made prior to egg hatch of the target pest, followed by sufficient irrigation or rainfall to move the active ingredient through the thatch.