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Discussion in 'Pesticide & Herbicide Application' started by thom, Jan 17, 2012.
what do the numbers, and M represent?
DIMENSION 0.10% 0-0-7M
.10% active ingredient
m = not sure because I dont usually use this product
Where are those numbers from? Are you mixing Dimension with fertilizer??
I beleive that M= Mini for the size of the prill
I am not mixing dimension with fert.
Lesco qouted Dimension 0.10% 0-0-7M
I was told it is straight dimension w/o fert.
For those of us that use granular products where the grasses go dormant that is what we use on the first round, since we do not need nitrogen. That way we are just using the pre emergent and K.
I think that you know and just had a oversite, but it is
zero % N
zero % P [not k]
I tried to check the Lesco site but it's useless now with no information since John Deere Landscapes took over. Dimension is not a granular product and as you said a straight herbicide so there is no K involved. Those numbers probably are something specific to Lesco and mean nothing. Look up the labels for Dimension (there are 3 versions) see which you have and go by that.
You can get Dimension on granuals as well as Barricade/Prodiamine, Pendi, Surflan, Gallery, Atrizene and many other. The only thing I have not found in granular form is Simizine.
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