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How do I get support for Mirimichi Green?
For questions concerning where to purchase our products, we recommend you check out our distributor map to find a distributor branch closest to you by using your zip code. If there is not a distributor in your area, please live chat with us or leave a message. Additionally, you can purchase smaller-sized Mirimichi Green products on our website here.
For questions concerning how to use our products, please use our live chat. We're happy to assist you M-F, 9-5 EST. If we aren't online, please leave your information and we'll follow up!
For distributors and professionals:
In the US, we have a dedicated sales team available to help with product inquiries, logistics, and sales support. Please see our Field Support tab for the contact information of the representative that covers your area.
How do I spread CarbonizPN®?
The best way to spread CarbonizPN is with a belt-driven topdresser like the EcoLawn Applicator, Earth & Turf spreader, or a drop spreader. If this equipment is unavailable to you, use a high-volume output spreader, mulch spreader, or ice melt spreader. You can also use an agitator in your walk-behind spreader for better results.
How often should I apply CarbonizPN®?
We recommend applying monthly during the turf growing season. Other application times include: after aeration. before laying sod, and during tree and planting installations.
Which Release product should I use?
Consider what your soil and plants need. Determine your desired NPK and carbon input.
- Release 901 C - 9-0-1 NPK, 10% carbon
- Release Zero - no NPK, 10% carbon
- Release 202 - 2-0-2 NPK, 2% carbon
If in doubt, Release 901c is our most popular and widely available biostimulant fertilizer.
What is a minimum risk pesticide (FIFRA 25b Exempt)?
Because EPA has determined that certain "minimum risk pesticides" pose little to no risk to human health or the environment, the EPA has exempted them from the requirement that they be registered under the Federal Insecticide, Fungicide, and Rodenticide Act. This exemption provision is located in 40 CFR 152.25(f). These products came to be known as FIFRA exempt.
Per the EPA: "Starting in 1996, we exempted such products to reduce the cost and regulatory burdens on businesses and the public for pesticides posing little or no risk, and to focus our resources on pesticides that pose greater risk to humans and the environment."
MG Pest Control uses ingredients known to be safe for humans and pets, and is thus exempt from FIFRA review. However, with an 80%+ kill rate it's certainly not safe for mosquitoes, no-see-ums, and other nasty pests!
Does LESCO® CarbonPro-G™ require immediate watering after applying?
No, it is not required. While it's a good idea to "water in" LESCO CarbonPro-G to activate the dormant biology and help the granules start to break down into the soil, this isn't a necessary step. The product will naturally break down over time from watering events.
Can this product burn my lawn?
You're unlikely to overdo it with any of the Mirimichi Green soil amendments. They are designed not to burn.
For those that really want to know the maximum they should use:
- For an established lawn, you should limit turf topdressing applications to about a quarter-inch so you don't smother the grass crowns (the growing points).
- For seeding on bare ground or in preparation for laying down sod, spreading 1/2" or even more should be no problem.
Is CarbonPro-G a fertilizer?
No. LESCO CarbonPro-G has no claims of macronutrients, otherwise known as N-P-K (Nitrogen - Phosphorus - Potassium), which is required for a product to be a fertilizer. CarbonPro-G is a soil amendment/enhancer. A soil amendment is any material added to a soil to improve its physical properties, such as water retention, permeability, water infiltration, drainage, aeration, and structure. The goal is to provide a better environment for roots.
Does Mirimichi Green Pest Control product harm pollinators?
Mirimichi Green Pest Control, when used as directed, will not harm pollinators if they enter a landscape that has been treated. Note: pollinators should never be sprayed directly with the product.
What PPE is required for Mirimichi Green Pest Control?
While the ingredients are all-natural or organic, we recommend glasses and a mask to protect you from inhalation or direct eye contact.
What's the difference between LESCO® CarbonPro-G™ and CarbPro-G™?
The only differences are the name and where the products are registered for use/sale. Due to California's regulations on fertilizer and soil amendments, the label is required to be named and structured differently than other states. But rest assured, it's the same high-quality soil amendment.
Is the product toxic?
It is non-toxic!
What does Mirimichi Green Pest Control smell like? Is it harsh like most pesticides?
Mirimichi Green Pest Control has no offensive odors. Some liken the fragrance to a mild citrus-like scent.
Is this product safe around pets and children?
Yes, it is safe when used as directed. We recommend that kids and pets are not present during the application, but as soon as you’re finished and the solution has dried, they can re-enter the area.
Do insects develop resistance to the product with repeated spraying?
No, insects do not develop resistance to the product over repeated sprayings.
What kinds of bugs will this kill?
Mosquitos, ants, roaches, chiggers, spiders, mites, aphids, whiteflies, fleas, spiders, Japanese beetles, chinch bugs, flies, and more.
How does it help keep mosquitoes away?
Our pest control doesn’t just kill, it repels, interrupts, and kills. The ingredients we use act as an adulticide and pheromone interrupter, killing the larvae on contact and interrupting future egg cycles. So future outbreaks of pests are eradicated in the treated areas over time.
How fast can I expect to see results with Mirimichi Green Pest Control?
You will typically start seeing results in as little as one hour after application.
Will rain affect the Pest Control?
No, rain does not change the efficacy of the product, but we do recommend avoiding applying it directly before a massive thunderstorm for best results.
I want to start using a misting system for pest control. What ratios do you recommend?
We recommend that you start with around 4-8 ounces of pest control formula per 1-gallon of water.
Can I apply Mirimichi Green Pest Control on or around edible fruits and vegetables?
Yes, just rinse them well before consuming.
Can Mirimichi Green Pest Control be used indoors?
No, it is only intended for outdoor use.
How much coverage can I expect with Mirimichi Green Pest Control?
With a normal backpack spray system, you can expect up to 3,000 square feet per gallon of product. With a misting system, you can get up to 7,500 square feet per gallon.
How often should I reapply Mirimichi Green Pest Control?
Once you have the initial infestation taken care of, reapply every 3-4 weeks.
What’s the difference between LESCO® CarbonPro-G™ and CarbonizPN®?
LESCO CarbonPro-G has the same premium compost and biochar blend as CarbonizPN with an added microbial package. LESCO CarbonPro-G is also in a prill form instead of granules and will work better in walk-behind spreaders compared to CarbonizPN.
Does LESCO® CarbonPro-G™ product have N-P-K?
No, this product is not a fertilizer and does not claim NPK values (Nitrogen, Phosphorus, and Potassium). LESCO® CarbonPro-G™ doesn't have any appreciable amount of nitrogen in it, so you can use this in addition to any additional nitrogen treatment work.
What benefit do I get from biochar?
The biggest reason to add biochar to your lawn is putting rich materials in the soil improves nutrient uptake. Also, improving your soil health reduces the watering you need.
Where can I find LESCO® CarbonPro-G™?
You can purchase LESCO CarbonPro-G at your nearest SiteOne Landscape Supply store.
Does LESCO® CarbonPro-G™ improve microbial activity in my lawn?
Yes, LESCO CarbonPro-G contains beneficial microbes in its ingredients. With each application, microbial activity will improve.
Will LESCO® CarbonPro-G™ burn my lawn?
No, CarbonPro-G won’t burn your lawn because it is not a fertilizer, so you don’t have to worry if you’re putting it down a bit heavy.
Can I apply LESCO® CarbonPro-G™ more than one time?
Yes. You can reapply every 2-4 weeks or as needed. We recommend 5 lbs. per 1,000 SF rate when using it for upkeep.
Can I apply LESCO® CarbonPro-G™ with a broadcast spreader?
Yes, this product is made with smaller granules that allow it to spread with a broadcast spreader.
When is the best time of year to apply LESCO® CarbonPro-G™?
The time of year will depend on where and what you’re applying to. We recommend applying monthly during the growing season for your type of grass.
What rates do I use to apply LESCO® CarbonPro-G™?
We recommend an initial rate of 10 lbs. per 1,000 SF, followed by a maintenance rate of 5 lbs. per 1,000 SF or as needed.
Can you put down LESCO® CarbonPro-G™ and fertilizer on the same day?
Yes, you can apply both on the same day, but we wouldn't recommend doing it at the same time due to varying SGN sizes.
If I want to apply LESCO® CarbonPro-G™ using an Earthway spreader, what settings should I use?
For the lower rate, set your spreader to 15, and for the full rate, set your spreader to 23.
Would it be beneficial to throw LESCO® CarbonPro-G™ down before the sod goes down?
Yes, a great use for this product is to apply it before any sod is installed. It will help develop root growth.
How long do I need to wait before letting people/animals re-enter the area?
Always let the product completely dry before letting people and pets re-enter the treated area.
How long should I wait to irrigate after applying Mirimichi Green Weed & Grass Control Spray?
You should wait two hours after applying Mirimichi Green Weed & Grass Control before irrigating.
When should I apply Mirimichi Green Weed & Grass Control Spray?
In general, you should apply Mirimichi Green Weed & Grass Control when the weed surfaces are dry. Avoid application when weeds are wet from dew, rain, or irrigation.
How much spray will I need to use to control weeds?
The amount of weed vegetation will determine the spray volume required. You need to saturate the foliage and stems to control the weeds. Other conditions that affect the spray coverage are the number of weeds present, leaf shape, weed size, and weed species.
Does the product work better in warmer or cooler temperatures?
The product works fastest in warm, sunny weather, but it is still effective in cooler climates.
How fast can I expect to see results with Mirimichi Green Weed & Grass Control Spray?
You can expect to start seeing results in as little as 15 minutes. Final results can be seen 48 hours after the application.
Do I need to dilute Mirimichi Green Weed & Grass Control Spray before using it?
No. Mirimichi Green Weed & Grass Control comes in a ready-to-use spray. You can also buy a concentrate that will need to be mixed prior to use.
Does this product migrate through the soil or translocate in plants?
No. Mirimichi Green Weed & Grass Control does not migrate through the soil or translocate. You can target specific weeds or grasses without worrying about it leaching through the ground to harm other plants.
Will this harm desirable plants?
Not when used as directed. It will not kill plants it is not directly sprayed on because it does not leach through the soil.
Is this the same Weed Control as the Mirimichi Weed Control Concentrate that professional landscapers use?
Yes. This is the same great professional grade weed control we sell as a concentrate in an easier to use, pre-mixed spray bottle.
Is this an organic product?
Yes. It is OMRI Listed.
What’s the main active ingredient of this spray?
The primary ingredient in Mirimichi Green Weed & Grass Control is Ammonium Nonanoate which is similar in composition to soap salts. It is safe to be used around people, pets, and livestock when used as directed. Ammonium Nonanoate is also biodegradable, breaking down quickly in the soil, so there’s no chance for buildup or runoff.
Does Mirimichi Green Weed Control keep weeds from coming back as well?
No, it is a post-emergent, so it only kills weeds on contact that are growing.
What weeds are killed by Mirimichi Green Weed Control?
It kills annual and perennial broadleaf and grass weeds, spore producing plants such as liverworts. For a full list of weeds controlled or suppressed please view the label here.
How much product will I need to use?
The application rates vary depending on what weeds you need to kill. Please see our product page here to see our recommended rates for different plant heights.
Will Mirimichi Green Weed Control kill germinating weed seeds?
Because it is formulated to have less build-up in soils, Mirimichi Green Weed Control does not provide any residual weed control in the soil to affect germinating weed seeds.
Will it kill other plant life besides weeds?
Yes, because it is a non-selective herbicide, it will kill any plants that it is applied to.
What equipment should I use to apply it?
We recommend that you use tractor powered field-type sprayers or manual pump sprayers like hand-held, boom, pressure, and hose-end sprayers.
Where can I use this product?
This product works great in greenhouses, walkways, farmsteads, landscaping beds, gardens, parks, golf courses, and commercial turf and grounds
How fast will I see results with Mirimichi Green Weed Control?
In hotter temperatures, you can start seeing results in 15 minutes.
How soon can I re-seed after applying?
You can reseed 24 hours after applying Mirimichi Green Weed Control.
How soon is the product rainfast?
It is rainfast within two hours after drying.
Do I have to apply this product in direct sunlight or on warmer days?
The product works fastest in warm, sunny weather, but it is still effective in cooler climates.
Is Mirimichi Green Weed Control for household use or only for landscape professionals?
It is used by many landscape professionals and is also enjoyed by home landscaping enthusiasts who want a weed killer free from glyphosates.
What’s the difference between a systemic herbicide and a contact herbicide?
Some herbicides move (translocate) within the plant. Systemic herbicides translocate once they are taken up by the leaves, stems or roots. Herbicides that do not move after they enter the plant are called contact herbicides.
Does Mirimichi Green Weed Control kill the roots?
No, it does not kill the root. It is a contact weed killer, rather than a systemic weed killer.
Will this product cause build-up in the soil?
The active ingredient in Mirimichi Green Weed Control is biodegradable, breaking down quickly in the soil, so there’s no chance for build-up or runoff.
Is it odor free?
No, it is not odor-free. But it is not as harsh as many synthetic products.
How does Mirimichi Green Weed Control work to kill weeds?
The active ingredient dehydrates the plant by stripping away the weed’s waxy cuticle.
Why is it important for a product to be OMRI listed?
The Organic Materials Review Institute provides guidelines and guidance about what materials are allowed to be used in organic operations. You can read more about OMRI here.
What is the active compound in Mirimichi Green Weed Control?
Mirimichi Green’s Weed Control active compound is ammonium nonanoate, a broad-spectrum contact herbicide with no soil activity. Similar in composition to soap salts, any residues left behind by ammonium nonanoate don’t exceed levels of fatty acids found in commonly eaten foods.
Is Mirimichi Green Weed Control an alternative to RoundUp?
Yes, Mirimichi Green Weed Control is a fast-acting, organic alternative to RoundUp or other traditional weed killers that contain harmful chemicals like glyphosates.
Does your product contain glyphosate?
No. Our weed controls are free from harsh chemicals such as glyphosates.