- UPC: 032247033152
- SKU: 737244
Manufacturer: Scotts Lawns 15,000 sq ft coverage, 32-3-8, step 1 prevents Crabgrass, Foxtail, Oxalis, Spurge & other grassy weeds.
- UPC: 050197052252
- Manufacturer: Espoma Natural Gardening Solutions
- SKU: 3721-082
Prevents weeds and feeds lawns.
Espoma Organic® Weed Preventer helps prevent unsightly weeds from popping up in your lawn while it nourishes the grass so that it becomes more resistant to heat, drought and other stress. And because the product is all natural, it is safe for your family, your pets, and the environment.
- Manufacturer: Lebanon Seaboard Corporation
Achieving a lush, weed-free lawn doesn't have to be complicated or costly. GreenView lawn care products provide all of your lawn care needs! Spring, Early Summer, Summer & Fall.
- Manufacturer: Green View
- SKU: 11741
Giving your lawn what it needs for one of the most essential times to fertilize, this Fall Lawn food formulation is a No-Phosphate, Enhanced Efficiency Fertilizer that promotes quick spring green-up. Apply in Fall.
- UPC: 817085012237
- SKU: 1-010881
Watering is incredibly convenient with the patented, 2-in-1, Radius Butterfly. Use as an ergonomic, handheld spray nozzle or open its unique wings to sprinkle up to 870 square feet with a gentle shower.
- Manufacturer: Scotts
Improved Scotts® PatchMaster® Lawn Repair Mix Sun + Shade Mix has everything you need to repair bare spots in your lawn. It includes seed, 100% recycled mulch to keep the seeds moist during establishment, and fertilizer to help feed seedlings for up to 6 weeks for fast growth and thick results. Backed by Scotts® No-Quibble Money Back Guarantee™.
- Manufacturer: Bayer Advanced Lawn & Garden Products
Bayer Advanced Season Long Grub Control (formerly Merit Insecticide) has been the trusted brand for solving grub problems in the Professional Lawn Care industry for over a decade and is now also available for consumer use.
Grubs can be one of the biggest threats to the health and beauty of your lawn. Grubs can damage your lawn by feeding on the roots of turfgrass plants. In fact, by the time visible symptoms appear, irreversible damage may have already taken place.