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Maxalwn Starter Fertilizer 12-24-6 - Maxlawn Fertilizer. Stimulates Early Growth & Strong Root Development. Helps Establish Healthier Lawns. Counteracts Phosphate Deficiency. Repeat Maxlawn Starter Fertilizer Application In 4-6 Weeks. Check With Your Local Extension Service On Phosphate Laws Prior To Use. HOW TO APPLY.

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Key Features: Stimulates Early Growth & Strong Root Development Helps Establish Healthier Lawns Counteracts Phosphate Deficiency Repeat Maxlawn Starter Fertilizer Application In 4-6 Weeks Check With Your Local Extension Service On Phosphate Laws Prior To Use When to apply:Use whenever seeding, overseeding or sodding a new lawn. Note: Spring and fall are …

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Starter Fertilizer - Penn State Extension

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1. What is a lawn starter fertilizer? Starter lawn fertilizer helps your grass seedlings and sod roots establish rapidly in the soil, leading to a thick new lawn in a short period.
2. What is a good starter fertilizer for grass seed and sod? Starter fertilizers for lawns come in different compositions of the primary nutrients nitrogen (N), phosphorous (P-phosphate) and potassium (K-potash), or the three numbers listed on the package (NPK).
3. Should you apply a starter fertilizer to both grass seed and sod? Peter Landschoot, Ph.D., professor of turfgrass science at Penn State Extension states, “Yes, both seed and sod.
4. Is it best to get a soil test first to see phosphorus levels? Landschoot notes, “Because soil-test levels of phosphorus don’t change much over short periods, you can collect soil samples and submit to a test lab to determine phosphorus levels within a year of establishing turf.
5. Is there a standard amount of starter fertilizer I should use? If you didnít get a soil test to determine how much starter fertilizer for the lawn you should use, Landschoot writes, “Starter fertilizers should be applied at 0.5 to 1 lb.
6. Are there circumstances where you shouldn’t use a starter fertilizer? When it comes to situations where a starter fertilizer for grass isnít required, Landschoot advises, “In some cases, a 1- or 2-inch layer of good quality compost amended into soil before establishing turf will provide more than enough nitrogen and phosphorus for optimum establishment.
7. When should starter fertilizers be applied? When applying a starter fertilizer, itís best to apply before seeding or before laying sod, or after you plant your grass seed.
8. Can I use a starter fertilizer for grass that is established? Probably not. Although you can use a starter fertilizer for a lawn that is established, it’s better to use a well-balanced fertilizer designed specifically for grass that is established.
9. How should starter fertilizer be applied? Once you’ve received your soil test, selected an appropriate starter fertilizer for your soil and know the needed amounts, applying it over the lawn area is relatively basic.

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In general, the typical range for starter fertilizer rates is between 100 and 300 pounds per acre. For a starter effect alone, the lowest rate that can be accurately applied with the planter is usually adequate. Usually, there is more …

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scatter fertilizer beyond lawn edge and onto concrete. It is LAW N 24-0-4 LUSH GREEN LAWN NET WEIGHT 16 LBS. (7.26 KG) MAXIMIZE YOUR LAWN COVERS 5,000 Sq. Ft. O R Y O U R N E Y B A C K R Y U M O S A T I F C T I O N R D S T I F T I U A Y O E Y C K F C T I O A A N E D A T I G U A R Max Lawn 16lb Starter 12-24-6 (720-2040B) Title:

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Scotts® Green Max™ Lawn Food is a dual-action formula that feeds your lawn and provides a deep greening in just 3 days! Our lawn food contains 5% iron, a micro-nutrient that enhances the greening process so you see results fast. Each granule is 100% nutrition, so your lawn gets all food and no filler. Apply to any grass type in the spring

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Shop Scotts Green Max 33.75-lb 10000-sq ft 27-0-2 All-purpose Fertilizer in the Lawn Fertilizer department at Lowe's.com. Scotts Green Max Lawn Food is a dual-action formula that feeds your lawn and provides a deep greening in just 3 days! Our lawn food contains 5% iron, a

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Shop sta-green 50-lb 14000-sq ft 18-24-6 lawn starter fertilizer in the lawn fertilizer section of Lowes.com Prices, Promotions, styles, and availability may vary. Our local stores do not honor online pricing. Prices and availability of products and services are subject to change without notice. which may be used in store or online. Max

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According to PennStateExtension, Starter fertilizers work best when the crops are planted into cold, wet soil in early spring or late fall, regardless of soil fertility. Crops planted in late spring or early fall generally do not require a starter fertilizer unless soil fertility levels are too low.

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No, the higher rates of P and K will not hurt the new grass, presuming that the rates are no greater than the rate on N and that the N is being kept to a manageable amount per application and per month. The N is the one most likely to damage the grass. K&N, I'm not sure about the localized effect of adding P or K.

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Apply the fertilizer beginning with the perimeter of your lawn, then move inward toward the center, walking in your typical mowing pattern. Use straight, slightly overlapping lines to ensure good coverage. 4. Return any unused product to the bag and store it properly (again, check the bag for instructions).

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I paid $6.74 for a 40 lb. bag. The curious thing was this: I first saw the price outside in the garden center Regular $26.46. Clearance $6.74. When I went in the store to pay for it they had a skid on the floor (near the chemicals) which said Clearance $12.74. Of course, I made sure it rang up at the lower price.

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If lawn growers need a kind of fertilizer that enables them to treat the poor soil conditions like drought, bare spots, and burning out, Scotts Green Max Lawn Food is the best option because of its quick greening. As a synthetic fertilizer, it comes down with high nitrogen with 5% iron supplement to promote a quick release and fast result in three days from the first …

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When to use starter fertilizer?

Starter fertilizers are most beneficial when crops are planted into cold, wet soils in early spring or late fall, regardless of soil fertility. Using a starter is especially important in conservation tillage systems.

When to fertilize overseeded lawn?

Late summer or early fall is the best time to overseed lawns. Soil and atmospheric temperatures are most favorable for optimum seed germination and growth. With adequate moisture, fertilizer and sunlight, the new seedlings will be well established before cooler fall weather sets in.

What fertilizer to use after overseeding?

Starter Fertilizer. If you haven't fertilized your lawn, the University of Arkansas Cooperative Extension recommends applying a high phosphorus, starter-type fertilizer at time of overseeding. The seeds need to remain moist in order to germinate, so lightly watering the seeded area several times a day is a must.

What is the best starter fertilizer for grass?

The best fertilizer for new lawns is one that has a higher phosphorous content which is needed for new plant root development. Pennington's 18-24-6 lawn starter fertilizer is formulated especially for starting new lawns from grass plugs, sod or seed.

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