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Old 04-15-2013, 11:39 AM
southsidelawn southsidelawn is offline
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Seeding and Fertilizing

im new to the fertilizing world. a couple customers want their yards fertilized. i had a guy tell me 10-10-10 and lime but some of the yards dont have a nice grass base. a lot of weed cover. ive always used the scotss 4 step on my own yard. whats your thoughts?
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Old 04-16-2013, 05:56 AM
Smallaxe Smallaxe is offline
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Unless you are licensed you could recieve huge fine for applying Scotts weed products... you are probably OK to do fertilizer on other peoples' property,,, but I don't know PA law...

I doubt there is a need 10-10-10... just use some sort of N product like 26-0-0 or something similar, paying close attn. to the slow release data on the bag...

Weeds are better sprayed when actively growing rather than using granular products anyways...
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