Where to get Lesco fertilizer now?

TxLawn

LawnSite Member
Location
Fort Worth, TX
I know that JD bought Lesco. But where does one go to get Lesco products? I am a small outfit, but like Lesco products. The service center close to me is now a JD front and no longer carries fertilizer. I am located in the Fort Worth area. Thanks for any help
 

lawnrx

LawnSite Member
Location
ga
I still get my fert for them. JD just took them over. Its business as usual for me..
 

Turf Dawg

LawnSite Gold Member
have you checked out the one on Keller Hasslet road?

I have a listing of locations somewhere. I will see if I can find it because I also think it has the list of what the stores carry. I know the one I use in Prosper does not stock near as much but they bring it in from another store [Plano I think]
 
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TxLawn

LawnSite Member
Location
Fort Worth, TX
Thanks Turf Dawg. The lesco center that was by my house that I dealt with, is now a John Deere landscape. What threw me for a loop is when I called them, they told me they only sell irrigation now and no fertilizer. I just assumed that all of the JDL were doing this. But I did located what I wanted at the Southlake Location. Thanks for the help.
 

jfoxtrot9

LawnSite Senior Member
Location
Northeast Ohio
I know that hey took down the Lesco website. If one were to attempt to go to lesco.com at this point, you are directed to a JDL site with no fert info anywhere. Makes zero sense to me. JDL rep at store location said that they are "redoing some stuff." What ever that means...What company takes down a site before it has a new area for that product setup on the new one?
 

CHARLES CUE

LawnSite Gold Member
Location
BURTON WV
I know that hey took down the Lesco website. If one were to attempt to go to lesco.com at this point, you are directed to a JDL site with no fert info anywhere. Makes zero sense to me. JDL rep at store location said that they are "redoing some stuff." What ever that means...What company takes down a site before it has a new area for that product setup on the new one?
You didn,t look very far. Look in the index of there catalog it,s like page 277.

Nothing like Lesco,s web site i think it was one of the best.


Charles Cue
 
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TxLawn

LawnSite Member
Location
Fort Worth, TX
Yes I liked looking at the different products with my prices on the lesco website. JD told me yesterday that they will have all products listed, but you will not be able to see your price. I was also told they are converting the two sites and it will be ready in 2 weeks.
 

jfoxtrot9

LawnSite Senior Member
Location
Northeast Ohio
Yes I liked looking at the different products with my prices on the lesco website. JD told me yesterday that they will have all products listed, but you will not be able to see your price. I was also told they are converting the two sites and it will be ready in 2 weeks.
I always got better pricing at the dealer than on the website anyway, but I liked going through the site for various reasons. Be glad when they get it back up!
 

Johnagain

LawnSite Senior Member
Location
Altoona, Florida
The catalog is in PDF format and the fertilizer pages actually starts around 282. Type in the page # at the bottom of the page.
No prices but listings for all their chemicals.
 

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