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Lesco 18-24-12 Lawn Starter Fertilizer - 50 Lbs.

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If your looking for a superior turf grade starter fertilizer, look no further. Here is the Lesco Starter fertilizer 18-24-12 with 25% slow release. The Lesco 50 lbs. Starter Fertilizer is a great fertilizer to be used in Southern, Mid-South, Midwest and Northeast areas. Great for use when seeding and sodding, the fertilizer is safe for use with new seedlings and features a slow-release formula to provide 8 - 12 weeks of feeding. Perfect for use on newly seeded lawns and sod installation. Ideal fertilizer for aeration and overseeding. Can be applied at the same time of seeding or sod. Professional grade product designed for professionals Covers up to 12,000 sq. ft. Apply with a rotary spreader using application rate of 4-5lbs per 1000 sq. ft. Slow-release formula feeds for 8 - 12 weeks Contains approximately 50% Poly Plus SCU and is high in phosphorous 1 lb. per 1,000 sq. ft. 18-24-12 fertilizer analysis provides the ideal balance of nutrients

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    mathias kuhn M. K. mathias k. us
    12-01-2023

    Green lawn

    This fertilizer is the only one that green up lawn

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    Walter Forrester IV W. F. I. Walter F. I. us
    01-10-2022

    Review

    Good product buy it and apply a few times a year.

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    Tracy Waugh T. W. Tracy W. us
    26-09-2022

    Grass seed and fertilizer ordered

    Received quickly...good service

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    Brenda Gordon B. G. Brenda G. us
    19-08-2022

    Great Product. Great Service

    Lesco 18-24-12 Lawn Starter Fertilizer - 50 Lbs.

Tim

How often do you use 18-24-12? What setting for Scott's edgegsrd mini spreader..."5"?

   Answers (1)
26-08-2022

I would only use a starter fertilizer once. After the lawn is established you can get a soil test to find out exactly what type of fertilizer you would need after that. Starter fertilizer might not contain all the required nutrients for continued growth and good health. It won’t hurt the grass but might lack the needed nutrients that a well-balanced fertilizer for continued lawn maintenance contains.




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