Hya there to all the fine people keeping America's lawns beautiful. I have a question: I have a dirt drive going to a pole-building which is flanked by lawn on both sides (~12' wide by 150' long. Occasionally the lawn will creep into the drive, trying to get established as well as weeds of all varieties making serious attempts to take root. So far I have been lugging around a spot-sprayer to do battle with the unwanted growth (Ortho and Triox vegetation killer), this is getting old - the drive's too long and I have to re-fill the thing 3 times to get it all done. The other problem beeing that I'm mainly applying the toxic in spots onto the weeds, this means that I have to come back later to get all the ones that were pre-emergent when I sprayed. One solution would be to get or build a small boom-sprayer to roll along the drive and cover the entire area. Seeing how this is the only area I'm applying liquids I'd rather not have to have another piece of equipment cluttering up space. Is there an effective granule-type weed/ growth control that I can apply with my spreader? If I have to stay with liquid, what is a good substance to effectively keep growth out of the drive for a long period (possibly something the homeowner can obtain)? Any ideas would be appreciated.