Estate 25-0-8 Weed 'n' Feed Non - Phosphorus Lawn Fertilizer
Blain # 477598 | Mfr # 25-0-8 | This product is stocked seasonally
Nourish your lawn while eliminating weeds, with Estate Weed 'n' Feed 25-0-8 Non - Phosphorus Lawn Fertilizer. Containing no phosphorous, slow release nitrogen for up to 6 weeks of feeding, contributes to greater root development and ultimately healthier grass. Viper works hard to better control broadleaf weeds from sprouting up in your lawn. Just apply the premium blend to growing weeds to eliminate them. For a lawn that looks sharp, get down to the roots with Estate Weed 'n' Feed 25-0-8 Non - Phosphorus Lawn Fertilizer.
- Slow release nitrogen for up to 6 weeks of feeding
- Contains VIPER for better control of all broadleaf weeds
- Contact killer - weed must be up and growing
- Contains no phosphorus
Q & A
I have 2 small dogs, 17-lbs and 11-lbs. They are our babies so I want to protect them all possible.
I applied the fertilizer in question early in the morning when my grass was very damp to get the best weed kill. I try to keep our babies off several hours until the grass has died pretty well. They only go out for a quick potty break and then pretty much the same routine for the day.
Tom C May 22, 2014
In the US and Canada, the labeling scheme presents three numbers separated by dashes (e.g. 10-10-10 or 16-4-8). The first number represents the percentage of Nitrogen in the product; the second number, Phosphorus; and the third, Potassium. The generalized form is N-P-K. A 50-pound bag of fertilizer labeled 16-4-8 contains 8 pounds of nitrogen (16% of the 50 pounds), 2 pounds of phosphorus (4% of 50 pounds), and 4 pounds of potassium (8% of 50 pounds). May 1, 2014
The second number states there is no phosphorus
The third number represents pot ash or potassium per thousand sq ft of application.
I hope this helps May 1, 2014