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Lebanon Proscape 20-0-7 Weed & Feed Lawn Fertilizer
Lebanon ProScape 20-0-7 Weed & Feed Lawn Fertilizer with Meth-Ex® 40 Trimec® feeds your lawn with a golf course grade fertilizer while also killing dandelion, chickweed, knotweed, plantain, henbit, and many other broadleaf weeds. More details below!

Lebanon Proscape 20-0-7 Weed & Feed Lawn Fertilizer

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Lebanon ProScape 20-0-7 Weed & Feed Lawn Fertilizer with Meth-Ex® 40 Trimec® feeds your lawn with a golf course grade fertilizer while also killing dandelion, chickweed, knotweed, plantain, henbit, and many other broadleaf weeds listed on the product label.


How To Apply

Use a rotary type broadcast spreader to apply to up to 10,000 square feet of turf area.

Type of Spreader

We always recommend spreading granular fertilizers over a lawn with a rotary type fertilizer spreader. Unless you want your lawn striped like the American flag, DO NOT use a drop-type spreader to apply lawn fertilizers.

Spreader Settings

 "What setting do I set my spreader on to spread the fertilizer?" This is a question we've heard more than any other over the years regarding spreading granular fertilizers using rotary spreaders. Seems like there'd be a pretty straightforward and simple answer to this question. But there isn't.

First off, there are so many different brands and types of fertilizer spreaders on the market it's impossible for fertilizer companies to list all the settings on the bag of fertilizer. Secondly, because individuals walk at different speeds, the spreader settings listed on the bags won't work the same for everyone. To be entirely accurate, walking speeds would also have to be listed. Do you know how fast you walk? Didn't think so. Neither do I. So that won't work.

So...how do we go about accurately and evenly applying the specified amount of fertilizer over a specified square footage of lawn area?

Start by filling your spreader with half of the recommended amount of fertilizer it would take to cover the specific lawn area, or a section of your lawn. For example, if your lawn is 10,000 square feet in size, and the bag of fertilizer will cover 10,000 square feet, pour half of the fertilizer from the bag into the spreader hopper. Then select a low spreader setting. For example, if the setting numbers go from 1 to 10, set on 2 or 3. If 20, set on 4 or 6.

Walk to one corner of the lawn area you will fertilize, and begin applying fertilizer over the lawn in parallel rows (east to west). Space the parallel rows so that fertilizer applied in one row does not overlap fertilizer applied in adjacent rows. Walk at a steady pace, and dispense the fertilizer evenly over the lawn as you walk.




When you have completed this first pass, fill your spreader with the rest of the fertilizer in the bag, Adjust the spreader setting as necessary so that on your second pass all of the remaining fertilizer will be broadcast over the same lawn area. Spread the remaining fertilizer in parallel rows that cross over your first set of rows at a right angle.


Product Details


Analysis:

Total Nitrogen (N) ............................................20%

1.6% Water Insoluble Nitrogen*

15.6% Urea Nitrogen

2.8% Other Water Soluble Nitrogen*

Soluble Potash (K2O) .........................................7%

Derived From: Methylene Ureas, Urea, Muriate of Potash

*4.4% Slowly available Nitrogen from Methylene Ureas

Active Herbicide Ingredient

2,4-dichlorophenoxyacetic acid 0.55%

(+)-(R)-2-(2-methyl-4-chlorophenoxy)propionic acid 0.12%

Dicamba: (3,6-dichloro-o-anisic acid) 0.05%


For use on: Golf Courses, Commercial & Residential Lawns

Pet safe: Yes, when used as directed

Manufactured by: Lebanon Seaboard Corporation





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