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
Type: 25-0-8 Size: 36 lb
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Its that time of the year to put down fertilizer. It was on sale, and I thought I would give it a go. I hope it makes my neighbors happy when they are looking at my grass without the beautiful yellow flowers growing everywhere. :)
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.
Best Answer:We use this product every year, and the Estate brands all season. We have never encountered a problem when applied at the appropriate rate. Our lawn is thick and green, with very few weeds. We use this on a 3 1/2 acre county estate.
Best Answer:Well now is a good time to apply it. This way you will get the weeds before they grow to big. I believe the instructions state: to apply to wet lawns. Also I think it will say to do so 48-72 hours before it looks like you will get rain. This allows the weed killer to stick to whatever weeds you have and you should be more successful. Then when it does rain or if you water 48 to 72 hours later the rest of the fertilizer will get into the ground and help the lawn to prosper. But most important :follow the instructions.
I applied my Estate Weed n Feed one week ago, just before we received 1/2" of rain. Can't believe how green the grass is already. I always had used Scott's products before, but no more I think the Estate is every bit as good maybe better.
Best Answer:Hi Arnie, In my humble opinion any chemicals for the lawn or bushes isn't really "pet friendly" as they all are some form of chemicals. However if you apply this or any other product according to the directions and if it says to water it in or something like that ,I personally always tried to keep our dog off of the lawn a longer period of time that the manufacturer suggests , just to be on the safe side. Also PLEASE don't exceed the amount they suggest, if anything use less product and apply it twice with a good amount of time between applications. ALWAYS READ THE DIRECTIONS ! Happy Fertilizing, hope I helped a little bit. Rich
Thank you for your interest in our products. I followed up with the Manufacturer on this product. They stated that as long as you follow the directions precisely, and do not allow the animals on the lawn for the recommended number of days on the bag, you will be fine. I also followed up with one of our stores regarding a possible alternative, and they let me know we also carry an organic product. This is Milorganite Organic Nitrogen Fertilizer Blain # 57244. You could also try that.
Yes it can, however as the bag states it is best used in Late Spring. Most fertilizers can be used any time of the year but the optimum time to use is usually stated on the bag, i.e. late spring, early summer, late summer or early winter as a winterizer. I usually prefer a fertilizer for spring to have some phosphorus in it to promote root growth more than the nitrogen which just makes the grass nice and green, but it does nothing for the roots. But everybody has their own preferences. Hope this helped.
Best Answer:here is an example 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).
The first number represents nitrogen per thousand sq feet of application. The second number states there is no phosphorus The third number represents pot ash or potassium per thousand sq ft of application.