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Discussion in 'Organic Lawn Care' started by LushGreenLawn, Jan 27, 2009.
ahhhhhhh, the life of a rep.
Fortunately or unfortunately in life.......
You get what you give or give what you get? Wait I'm confused
1 year shelf life, so it will be good for next spring for sure
Let's see, it is more effective, a 9 pound gallon is equivelant to 80 pounds of granular (so it is cheaper to ship), and it costs less.. UHHM! post that question again please
Hey bill what is the shelf life of your fine product?
We date the bottle and put an expire date on each as well. We claim one year from bottling, it actually has an 18 to 24 month shelf life in a perfect 60-70 degree environment unfortunately the back seat of a truck is not a perfect environment
The labeled claims are a minimum after one year of being bottled
I am a red headed step child so it is a beautiful thing
thanks bill you rock
I have a question
Could this be used on stone areas ???? (how bad will it look?, is it chunky?)
Can it be mixed with a post emergent like scythe ????
oh, and mulch beds too?