Jeeze, with the annual white grubworms now just coming out, I find it comical that Scotts is now trying to push "winterizer fertilizer" (in August) instead of notifying customers to watch out for the newly-hatched annual white grubworms that normally appear this time of year. Applying "winterizer fertilizer" in August???? I got this Scotts email update earlier this week telling me to apply winter fertilizer now rather than watch out for annual white grubworms or spray for weeds. Sh$T, lawn companies around here are just now starting their liquid "weed & feed" liquid app's. Then there's the winterizer in late October thru early December here. I won't waste my land-grant university's time with this "Scotts recommendation post", but I'm sure they'd get a laugh out of it. My Scotts updates are supposedly designed for my area What do you guys think? Is Scotts similar to TruGreen? Or is it my imagination? Are land-grant universities wrong too? rscvp Thanks for your oppinion.