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GrowORR G

$59.99
The first ever Lawn Supply Company granular fertilizer delivers on new technologies and unique ingredients! GrowORR G features a 13-0-13 formulation that can be applied to all grass types but works especially well in the midwest region or anywhere soils have a higher pH.  We have included the ONLY form of Iron that has been shown in university studies to provide results when applied to the soil. Beyond that we have also included the latest in plant health technologies with peptides and free amino acids for larger root mass and overall plant health in stressful environments.  Finally, GrowORR G includes a low salt index (lower burning potential) form of potassium and a form of nitrogen that provides the green you are looking for! Recommended Rate: Apply at 4 pounds per 1000 sq. ft. At recommended bag rate this 45 pound bag will cover roughly 11k sq. ft. Rate can be adjusted according to your nitrogen or potassium application needs. These high quality ingredients are what you expect from Lawn Supply Company products. No exceptions. You're More Than A Weekend Warrior....We Are Too. NOTE: This item ships to lower 48 states only and DOES NOT SHIP to Washington, Oregon, California, Nevada, Idaho, Montana, Utah, Arizona, Wyoming. We are working to make this product available to these states in the future. Thank you for your understanding.

Simply Organic Lawn Food

This is a no phosphorus organic lawn food that is a good alternative to Milorganite.  Milorganite does not contain potassium and it's an important macronutrient to apply so I would rotate in a product like this in your program if you want to stay organic based.

Milorganite

For years Milorganite was part of my lawn program and is also a perfect fertilizer for beginners who want to start using granular but need practice with using a spreader without fear of damaging the lawn.  My soil tests have since told me that I need other products instead of milorganite (it is high in phosphorus) but using this a few times a year and mixing in a product with potassium for the rest of your apps would be a good plan. p.s. look for this locally or for "clones" of similar products that will usually be called some sort of "organic lawn food" where you'll get a cheaper price than buying online

Turf Builder

You've probably seen this at every big box store in the country.  For someone just getting into fertilizer who wants a tried and true option this will work well and has settings right on the bag for Scotts spreaders.