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SusanCalvert
Kennesaw, GA
(Zone 7a)

February 15, 2006
4:55 PM

Post #2046553

I'm a new member. I'm looking for bags of corn gluten meal as a natural weed preemergent for my yard. Does anyone have any contacts for the area or any mail order sources? Thank you for your help, Susan

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soulgardenlove
Marietta, GA
(Zone 7b)

February 17, 2006
7:26 PM

Post #2051666

Susan, welcome.. Elizabeth's Feed and Seed in Marietta sells what they call "cracked corn".. I don't know if its the same thing, but you can look it up and see. I had considered using it as well, but have not found anything other than that.

If you are interested in coming to a Marietta gardeners Club meeting, please let me know.

:)

Susan
pins2006
Decatur, GA
(Zone 7a)

February 18, 2006
2:09 PM

Post #2053299

Hi Susan! Welcome to Daves Garden! I know you'll like it here.

I've never heard of corn gluten meal before. What is it and how does it work? I'm about to go to HD and get some pre-emergent this morning.
soulgardenlove
Marietta, GA
(Zone 7b)

February 19, 2006
9:09 PM

Post #2056462

Carmen, corn gluten is supposed to be a natural pre-emergent.. Might be more info somewhere, but that really all I know about it.

:)

Susan
girlgroupgirl

February 20, 2006
5:46 PM

Post #2058523

We used corn gluten when our lawn was dug up.
It is fantastic when you tear out grass etc. and then ammend the soil and have to wait for planting like we did. It works well in grass - and is a main component of Preen.
http://www.gluten.iastate.edu/
We had purchased it from a seed/feed store, however the shop on Brannen road does not carry it.
Atlanta really lacks a garden center that focuses on alternative products. Some do, but only carry a few basic fertilizers etc. There is a place in Virginia (I know this doesn't help you) that we buy natural products from when we go to visit family. They are fantastically well stocked in organics.

GGG
graceful_garden
Hahira, GA
(Zone 8b)

March 15, 2007
2:12 AM

Post #3282649

Hi! I am very interested in using corn gluten meal - has anyone ever used it on a Centipede lawn? Thanks!
girlgroupgirl

March 17, 2007
6:06 PM

Post #3292402

Corn gluten meal will work relatively well anywhere you do not want re-seeding to happen. There is a natural chemical in it which retards the germination of seeds - it should do the job anywhere it has been spread.

GGG
MrsJohnnyG
Dallas, GA

August 10, 2009
5:55 PM

Post #6930728

I know this is an old thread, but in case anyone else is looking for this in the ATL area, I actually found it at Pike's. I asked a man who worked there if they carry it, and he said no.

Two minutes later, I found it about 3 feet from where he had told me "no"... but it's labeled as organic pre-emergent weed control. Of course, the ingredients say that it's corn gluten meal.

This message was edited Aug 10, 2009 12:56 PM

beclu727

beclu727
Dacula, GA
(Zone 7b)

August 10, 2009
10:11 PM

Post #6931636

I found the Preen brand of corn gluten at home depot on Saturday. Glad to see they are carrying it.
MrsJohnnyG
Dallas, GA

August 11, 2009
2:11 AM

Post #6932716

>> I found the Preen brand of corn gluten at home depot on Saturday. Glad to see they are carrying it.

Wow! That's what Preen is? or is that an organic product that Preen produces? Either way, I'm glad a place like HD carries it too! Darn, it was probably a lot less expensive than what I paid at Pike. Oh well.

beclu727

beclu727
Dacula, GA
(Zone 7b)

August 11, 2009
7:40 PM

Post #6935392

Preen comes in chemical versions too. You have to read the label. The containers look the same and the labels are almost the same. The one I got is labeled for Vegetable gardens.

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