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Lowes is selling Sta-Green Winterizer 15000sq-ft 32-0-10 for $16 (availability based on location)

https://www.lowes.com/pd/Sta-Gree...0/50427024
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In for the 15,000 square foot bag. I've always liked Scotts because of the finer granules. You need guys don't forget to blow your concrete off off applying or you'll get stain spots all over it.
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You should try and wait a couple weeks before mowing new grass. I think they say at least until it's three inches tall. If you can, try cutting your grass a little higher than usual too by raising your blade. Grass roots will grow stronger and deeper if you cut it longer.

Ps - I am no expert but was asking the same questions you were 1.5 years ago after buying my first house. Lots of hours and YouTube have given me some knowledge and helped me get a nice green yard Smilie. One other thing that I learned about growing new grass is to water it less often, but water deep each time. This also helps the roots grow stronger as they become less dependent on you watering them and will grow stronger roots. Hope this helps! Good luck. I definitely recommend YouTube for this topic. So many good channels!
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Very nice find! I need my winterguard. I just feel bad for the delivery person.
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Too bad its not the weed and feed
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I'm no lawn expert so I have a couple of Q. If i lay these seeds down right now - just before fall as the weather is cooling here in the south, can I still mow my lawn? I'm still having to do that once every other week.
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Winter is coming
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I'm no lawn expert so I have a couple of Q. If i lay these seeds down right now - just before fall as the weather is cooling here in the south, can I still mow my lawn? I'm still having to do that once every other week.
You should try and wait a couple weeks before mowing new grass. I think they say at least until it's three inches tall. If you can, try cutting your grass a little higher than usual too by raising your blade. Grass roots will grow stronger and deeper if you cut it longer.

Ps - I am no expert but was asking the same questions you were 1.5 years ago after buying my first house. Lots of hours and YouTube have given me some knowledge and helped me get a nice green yard Smilie. One other thing that I learned about growing new grass is to water it less often, but water deep each time. This also helps the roots grow stronger as they become less dependent on you watering them and will grow stronger roots. Hope this helps! Good luck. I definitely recommend YouTube for this topic. So many good channels!
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You should try and wait a couple weeks before mowing new grass. I think they say at least until it's three inches tall. If you can, try cutting your grass a little higher than usual too by raising your blade. Grass roots will grow stronger and deeper if you cut it longer.

Ps - I am no expert but was asking the same questions you were 1.5 years ago after buying my first house. Lots of hours and YouTube have given me some knowledge and helped me get a nice green yard Smilie. One other thing that I learned about growing new grass is to water it less often, but water deep each time. This also helps the roots grow stronger as they become less dependent on you watering them and will grow stronger roots. Hope this helps! Good luck. I definitely recommend YouTube for this topic. So many good channels!
Awesome advice, i'm a new homeowner too.

In your research, is this Winterguard stuff good? What should I be looking at now that it's getting a little chillier out? I have a small lawn with some patches and have no clue what to do in preparation for the winter and into the spring.
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Lowes is selling Sta-Green Winterizer 15000sq-ft 32-0-10 for $16 (availability based on location)

https://www.lowes.com/pd/Sta-Gree...0/50427024
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In for the 15,000 square foot bag. I've always liked Scotts because of the finer granules. You need guys don't forget to blow your concrete off off applying or you'll get stain spots all over it.
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I'm no lawn expert so I have a couple of Q. If i lay these seeds down right now - just before fall as the weather is cooling here in the south, can I still mow my lawn? I'm still having to do that once every other week.
Yes, you can. I would run a de-thatcher over your yard first to "tear" up your soil a bit for the seed to settle in, and then water after you seed to weight it down. This will also help push and keep the seed to it's lowest point for germination.
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Awesome advice, i'm a new homeowner too.

In your research, is this Winterguard stuff good? What should I be looking at now that it's getting a little chillier out? I have a small lawn with some patches and have no clue what to do in preparation for the winter and into the spring.
Also no expert, but I believe you should fill in the patches with seed and water those patches daily. You could also overseed the entire lawn. You can use something like this without fear of killing new grass. If you use the "weed and feed" it will stop the new grass from growing. Probably the best bet is to seed now and use this product to promote grass growth. Then, in the Spring, use weed preventers.
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Yes mind you that the 37.5lb bag is 32.19 so it's a little price per lb
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Awesome advice, i'm a new homeowner too.

In your research, is this Winterguard stuff good? What should I be looking at now that it's getting a little chillier out? I have a small lawn with some patches and have no clue what to do in preparation for the winter and into the spring.
It depends where you live. I'm in NY and the hot days are behind us so I put a starter fertilizer and seed down now. Then around thanksgiving time I'll put a 32-0-10 fertilizer down with lime and that's it until the spring.
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Will my lawn survive east coast winter without these?
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