It's Pre m Fertilizer with Dimension for crabgrassClarify, please. Are you applying a chemical like crabgrass control, or just fertilizer alone? Fertilizer itself is not particularly toxic. Urea for instance is found naturally in every cell of the body--at high concentrations in the urine. Potassium likewise in every cell of the body. Your fertilizer manufacturer or dealer could give you more specific data
I would take hess's advice. Go organic on this one just to be extra cautious.My customer asked me this about fertilizing. "I am a little worried about the fertilizer with the dog and the baby. In the front it's not an issue, but what about in the back? Is it toxic?"
what should I reply back?
If you don't do organic, are you licensed to use chemicals. I only ask because of the type of inquiry this was. I believe this question is well covered in the Core Exam and pretty much every other exam for commercial application, but maybe that's just in my state?okay thanks for the comments guys... I think i'll suggest the organic, I don't do any organic but it's not bad to start.