Lawns, landscapes and plants are beautiful - they're also important for preserving nature and protecting our natural resources. Learn more about the good they do below.
Grass plants improve water and air quality:
Truth be told, there's one simple secret to making the most of your lawn without a lot of hassle: regular feedings. Yep. Nourishing your lawn two to four times a year with Scotts® Turf Builder® Lawn Food can turn a so-so lawn into a kick-off-your-shoes lawn the whole family can enjoy.
Backyards and barbecues. Trampolines and kids. Neighbors and friends. They're everything thick, green lawns were made for. Regular feedings provide the nutrients your lawn needs to look its best and withstand the stresses of weeds, heat, drought and family activity.Read More
Applying lawn food is very simple. A typical subdivision lawn will take less than 20 minutes.
Always use a lawn spreader. NEVER spread product by hand! A broadcast (rotary) spreader with a side-shield feature is great for larger lawns. The side-shield feature makes application along the lawn's perimeter easy by shutting-off half of the spreader flow, so product is only applied on the lawn and not on non-lawn areas like the driveway, sidewalk, or landscaping. A drop spreader is another option for small areas because the application area is much narrower.Read More