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scotts weed and seed instructions

Wash your hands thoroughly after working with fertilizer. Grass should not touch the bottom of the spreader when applying the fertilizer. Therefore, be sure to mow any tall grass before putting down the weed and feed. Do not apply to newly seeded lawns.

Set the gauge on the spreader according to the setting gauge chart on the bag of Scotts Weed and Feed. There are two types of spreaders, rotary or broadcast spreaders and drop spreaders. The spreaders have settings on them to control how much fertilizer is dropped. The correct setting will be listed on the fertilizer bag.

Apply the fertilizer following the directions on your spreader. Do not overlap your application as it will apply too much fertilizer in one area and there is a possibility of burning the grass. Do not stop in one spot with the release lever open, as this will also send a concentrated amount of fertilizer in one spot–burning the grass.

Check the grass to make sure that it is slightly wet from the morning dew. If the grass is dry you will need to sprinkle it lightly before applying the fertilizer. The moisture enables the fertilizer to stick to the blades of grass and to the weeds.

Scotts has two different weed and feed products: Scotts Lawn Pro Super Turf Builder with Plus 2 Weed Control, and Scotts Super Bonus S Weed and Feed. (As with other chemical lawn applications you must be sure to follow the manufacturer’s directions). Weed and feed does just that–it feeds the lawn to promote root growth and lawn density, and also kills dandelions and other lawn weeds. Scotts Plus 2 should only be used twice during the growing season, and when dandelions and other lawn weeds are growing. The Super Bonus can be applied anytime weeds are growing. Be sure to read the packaging label as both products can be harmful to certain types of grass and should not be used on them.

Check the weather forecast before applying the Scotts product. Rain should not be forecasted for at least 24 hours after applying the fertilizer. Do not water your lawn for 24 hours after applying the weed and feed. Also, the fertilizer should be applied when there is little or no wind–otherwise there is a possibility that the fertilizer will be blown on plants and shrubs.

When the lawn is complete, sweep away any fertilizer that has gotten on the sidewalk or driveway. Also, rinse out your spreader and allow it to dry.

You want to wait at least 2 days before mowing after applying Scotts Turf Builder Weed and Feed 3

According to the product label, you do not want to water the lawn within 24 hours after application of Scotts Turf Builder Weed and Feed 3.

Scotts Turf Builder Weed and Feed 3 is a fertilizer and post-emergent herbicide, so it is designed to be used in late Spring when target weeds are young and actively growing. You can reapply after at least 30 days as long as your turf is listed as safe. Do not make more than 2 applications per year. In the fall, do not treat centipede after the first of October and do not treat bahia after the first of November. Wait at least one month after using this product to seed, sod, or plant grass sprigs. Please refer to the product label for complete instructions.

It is recommended that you wait at least one month after an application of Scotts Turf Builder Weed and Feed 3 to reseed.

Scotts Turf Builder Weed and Feed 3 is safe for pets when it is used according to the product label. You want to make sure pets are not in the area while applying the product. Once the treated areas dry completely, chewing or eating grass will not be harmful and your pet can resume normal activity within the area.

It is recommended not to mow within 2 days before or after application of Scotts Turf Builder Weed and Feed 3.

According to the product label, you do not want to water the lawn within 24 hours after application of Scotts Turf Builder Weed and Feed 3. It does not require watering in after application.

I put down weed and feed yesterday with no rain in forcast a 16-4-8 with Atrazine. It raind 9 hours later. Where do I go from here? Thanks ahead of time for for any help or suggstions.

If used in your vegetable garden, how long shoud you wait before re-planting?

Planting Grass or Aerating after Weed & Feed

I just seeded my lawn, how long should I wait to weed and feed it??

Should I spread weed and feed when there’s still dew on the leaves or should I wait until the lawn is totally dry?

Clint, surely you have better things to do than troll people on this thread. Please grow up and go away.