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Sta-Green Lawn Fertilizer: 50 lb (15000 sq-ft) $30, 14 lb (5000 sq-ft)

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Lowe's has select Sta-Green Lawn Fertilizer and Weed Control Products on sale at prices listed below. Select free store pickup where stock permits. Thanks rsvpd



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Lowe's has select Sta-Green lawn products on sale; selection and pricing may vary by location. Free store pickup where stock permits.

In addition, there's a $10 Lowe's gift card via rebate with purchase of $50+ of Sta-Green products (purchase on/before 5/31/19) - more info: click here [rewardpromo.com] NLA-----------
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This question is for sure outside the scope of a fertilizer deal forum, but for the halibut - it's because of erosion, plant health benefits to individuals and communities, and that fact that artificial turf has its own challenges. Artificial turf is essentially laying a carpet over dirt. A couple of good rain storms and the dirt underneath will begin to move. Plants and grass roots hold dirt in its place. Sports fields and playgrounds that use artificial turf require lots of ground prep work including proper drainage. If your whole neighborhood was artificial turf, there would be huge drainage issues and flooding. Also, artificial turf heats up to dangerous levels in warm climates, so water is still required to keep it cool. Additionally, artificial turf produces a lot of manufacturing waste, requires yearly upkeep, and eventually replacement (more waste). So, artificial turf produces waste, requires significant prep work, and could easily cause mass erosion and flooding issues. Therefore, it is very uncertain that it will save water, money, time, environment, etc, as you say.
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Putting this misinformation out there to deter people is not helpful to anyone. The ~20 year old study that you linked refers to Class B biosolids. Milorganite is a Class A. The study refers to people that live within 1km of treated fields/pastures (aka... application rates in hugely greater amounts than any residential application... plus all of the pesticides and other toxins that apparently weren't even considered as factors in the study results). So this study is obviously poorly conducted or with some bias.

http://www.schwingbioset.com/our-...in-english
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You honestly sound like you either have stock in Monsanto or work for that industry. You're either completely uneducated on the topic (in which case, you shouldn't opine) or purposefully trying to misinform people.
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Can we use $10 off of $50 coupon n still get the rebate?
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This crabgrass control has fertilizer unfortunately.
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Milorganite better than sta green?
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What do you mean? Can you elaborate please?
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https://www.sciencedaily.com/rele...075144.htm
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Thanks for the link. Bought milorganite few months back and hence wanted to know. Too late to return. Might have to use until done. Hoping to not get infected though.nod
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You might want to stick with something like Scott's that is guaranteed not to burn. Just watch for a deal. Socialist politicians came to power and created this product. IMO, it is just worth risk to use it, but others may disagree. The sale of product does not generate sufficient funds to cover the costs of manufacture, this is not good
For some reason Scott's product burned my lawn, which I was not aware though. New to lawn care and still not interested in doing, but had to as a owner. Was under the impression that my grass was drying though we water it regularly and found out that it was not dried but burned from some articles, SD friends and youtube videos. That is when we had to redo the whole front yard from scratch last year and found out about milorganite too. Now my front yard looks little better than backyard. Was planning to do the same thing this Fall to backyard too. Might have to give another try to Scott's looks like.

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Okay, so don't fertilizer your lawn or vegetables with Class B biosolids. Instead, use a Class A biosolid like Milorganite.
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For some reason Scott's product burned my lawn, which I was not aware though. New to lawn care and still not interested in doing, but had to as a owner. Was under the impression that my grass was drying though we water it regularly and found out that it was not dried but burned from some articles, SD friends and youtube videos. That is when we had to redo the whole front yard from scratch last year and found out about milorganite too. Now my front yard looks little better than backyard. Was planning to do the same thing this Fall to backyard too. Might have to give another try to Scott's looks like.

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I think alot of it is just YMMV. Once you find something your happy with stick to it. I usually get a soil sample once per year.

http://soiltesting.tamu.edu/webpages/forms.html
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I use a product similar to milorganite, so did some quick research. Milorganite is a class A biosolid, making even safe enough to use on food crops. Class B is not allowed on food crops, which from reading Dealzcat link makes sense
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