Scotts 49021 Turf Builder Lawn Fertilizer
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Unlike some other fertilisers, there is also no odour emitted by these granules, creating a more pleasant garden atmosphere. The combined feed/weed formulas should only be applied twice a year; they will damage your garden if used more frequently. If you live in the South, Scotts® Turf Builder® Summer Lawn Food, a lawn food plus water maximizer that helps drive water into dry soils and feeds to build strong, deep roots so you can have a seriously green lawn, can be used.
This is something that can sometimes be disappointing with other products when they leave traces on the lawn.If the garden is particularly suffering under the onslaught of weeds and moss, these granules may not have the power of some other products to really kill them off; however, by improving the general health of the lawn, future weeds and moss will be deterred from growing. After 24 hours, water the lawn to wash particles onto the soil to prevent the germination of grassy weeds.
The key difference is thatfertilizers are used to provide soil with extra nutrients not easily available elsewhere.Scotts® Turf Builder® Southern Lawn FoodFL is a fertilizer formulated for Florida lawns, feeding up to 3 months to protect lawns against heat and drought. It’s important to follow the instructions on the Scotts Turf Builder packaging to ensure that you’re applying the correct amount of fertilizer and at the right time. Tailored for Australian conditions, you can grow a new lawn, patch bare spots or oversow with both seed options.
In the north, overseed with Scotts® Turf Builder® Thick’R Lawn™, a product specially designed for thickening up thin lawns that combines grass seed, fertilizer, and a soil improver into an easy-to-use product that is applied with a Scotts® spreader. Warm-season grasses, such as Bermuda grass and Zoysia grass, grow best in warmer temperatures and are common in southern regions of the United States. Whilst other lawn feeds come with drop spreaders built in to the packaging, or are easy to distribute from watering cans, a purchase of a rotary spreader will likely be required to efficiently spread this fertiliser.
Sarah’s role as chief editor at DIY Garden is about more than just making sure we’re literally dotting the i’s and crossing the t’s (although she’s a stickler for detail, so it’s certainly about that too! Sharpen mower blades at least once a season to ensure a clean cut on individual blades of grass, which helps reduce moisture loss.