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Monsanto produces Roundup and was the one who just lost a major lawsuit. Scotts Miracle-Gro is a totally different company. At least get your basic facts straight before speculating on business motives.
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"it's best to apply at least 2 weeks before the disease appears in your lawn." 🤔

...if you can't see it, then how the heck are you supposed to know your lawn has it? Do some people eat grass and notice a funny taste or something?
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I hate when people say that without knowing what they're taking about. Roundup is a Monsanto owned trademark sold by Scotts. It's even on their website as one of their products.

And this was just the biggest loss. They lost 289 million and 80 million in separate lawsuits in the last year. When they lost 289 they dropped 10%. Scott's is making a play on growth right now as a top divided stock. Roundup being inner of their top money makers is a serious liability. They want to counteract public fears
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Good deal. Fungus hits my lawn pretty bad. I gonna treat it with both granular and liquid fungicide.Thanks a lot!
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I don't get it. Reviewers say grass was restored after treating the brown patch spots, but Scotts says it only keeps it from spreading: "When applied at the curative rate the product will stop the disease from spreading, but it will not cure the spots that have already occurred. To prevent brown patch from developing it's best to apply at least 2 weeks before the disease typically appears in your lawn."
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The timing of this Amazon one day Roundup Scotts sale seems like a tactic to muscle stores out of dropping Roundup products. Fear of losing money on sales is a powerful tool

Scotts just lost a 2 billion dollar lawsuit because Roundup caused cancer. Costco decided to drop the brand. Others could follow suit out of fear of liability.

Maybe the timing is a coincidence but it definitely seems like Scotts arranged this sale with Amazon
Monsanto produces Roundup and was the one who just lost a major lawsuit. Scotts Miracle-Gro is a totally different company. At least get your basic facts straight before speculating on business motives.
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Monsanto produces Roundup and was the one who just lost a major lawsuit. Scotts Miracle-Gro is a totally different company. At least get your basic facts straight before speculating on business motives.
I hate when people say that without knowing what they're taking about. Roundup is a Monsanto owned trademark sold by Scotts. It's even on their website as one of their products.

And this was just the biggest loss. They lost 289 million and 80 million in separate lawsuits in the last year. When they lost 289 they dropped 10%. Scott's is making a play on growth right now as a top divided stock. Roundup being inner of their top money makers is a serious liability. They want to counteract public fears
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Great price in for 2
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"it's best to apply at least 2 weeks before the disease appears in your lawn." 🤔

...if you can't see it, then how the heck are you supposed to know your lawn has it? Do some people eat grass and notice a funny taste or something?
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Bought some earlier this week from Amazonat higher price and buying more for second application.
The particular fungicide in this product well rated by NCSU turf management.
https://www.turffiles.ncsu.edu/diseases-in-turf/brown-patch-in-turf/
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this is slickdeals. if you think this is a good price say so. if you have some issue with the product move on.
I enjoy when people post facts or specs about a product, helps me learn new things.
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I enjoy when people post facts or specs about a product, helps me learn new things.
There's Reddit for that.
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"it's best to apply at least 2 weeks before the disease appears in your lawn." 🤔

...if you can't see it, then how the heck are you supposed to know your lawn has it?
. . . . or is GOING to (have it).
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I enjoy when people post facts or specs about a product, helps me learn new things.
facts is the keyword. not sure 2 people arguing about who really owns this company is relevant but hey, that's just my opinion i guess.
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