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Scott's EZ Seed 20-lb Sun and Shade Lawn Repair Mix $28.24

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Lowe's is having a 50% off sale thru 4/15/2020 on their Scott's EZ Seed lawn repair mix. The sale is listed on their Sun and Shade type mix and for in-store pickup only.
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So wonder if they took away the ability to purchase online for in-store pickup? Because looks like now you have to purchase in store only when I checked
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pretty much all scotts lawn seed sucks. thats a fact.
Which one do you recommend?
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I have been checking everyday and as of yesterday you could purchase it online, but I'm guessing since the sale started they switched it to in-store only. Not sure if that move by Lowe's makes a lot of sense given the Corona virus issue.
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pretty much all scotts lawn seed sucks. thats a fact.
My buddy and I have had great results with this particular kind of seed mix. He swears this stuff will grow grass in the palm of your hand if it was full of dirt and kept moist. Not sure why some people do not have the same results. Bad soil perhaps?
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In all the seed I've bought over the years I find the big box store stuff is typically very overpriced for what you get (lb or coverage). The name brand stuff is typically bulked up with filler, fertilizer, etc.

The best experiences I've had? No name burlap sack kind of seed you'd get at a job lot or tractor supply type place. Also cheapest per lb.
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for patch work these are not bad. however for over seeding I never had success with box store seeds or even fertilizer. My local grain and feed store always have better price by the lb and better success.
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In store only (not even available for order online and pick-up). Hard pass.
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correct me if I'm am mistaken but isnt this like 90% inert materials?
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Is this the same size Costco sells? Used last year with excellent results.
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I can't buy online for pickup. Makes contactless, curbside impossible. Screw That.

Stay home. Don't go into a store for grass seed. Good god...
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I can't buy online for pickup. Makes contactless, curbside impossible. Screw That.

Stay home. Don't go into a store for grass seed. Good god...

I'm working right now in the emergency department, almost no one here now. Just intubated a previously generally healthy middle-aged patient who went to bed able to breathe with a normal oxygen sat (checked before bed at 97%). By the time he woke up unable to breathe and came to ED, his sat was down to 33% and his lips were cyanotic in a way you usually only see in recently delivered newborn. Holy cow. 100% nonrebreather mask only got him up into the 60s. Intubated, he still barely got up to the 90s with full support and tons of PEEP. Thank God this virus doesn't do this to everyone, but I don't know how to even try to explain how bad it can be. How fast and viciously severe it can be. Please try not to spread it; even if it doesn't kill you, it is killing a lot of people, and it has only just begun to hit us. (Guy has multiple family members who recently tested positive for COVID 19, so he/we knew without doubt what he had going on.) I wish you all good health.
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I'm working right now in the emergency department, almost no one here now. Just intubated a previously generally healthy middle-aged patient who went to bed able to breathe with a normal oxygen sat (checked before bed at 97%). By the time he woke up unable to breathe and came to ED, his sat was down to 33% and his lips were cyanotic in a way you usually only see in recently delivered newborn. Holy cow. 100% nonrebreather mask only got him up into the 60s. Intubated, he still barely got up to the 90s with full support and tons of PEEP. Thank God this virus doesn't do this to everyone, but I don't know how to even try to explain how bad it can be. How fast and viciously severe it can be. Please try not to spread it; even if it doesn't kill you, it is killing a lot of people, and it has only just begun to hit us. (Guy has multiple family members who recently tested positive for COVID 19, so he/we knew without doubt what he had going on.) I wish you all good health.
Thanks for your service! This is horrific. Patching a lawn isn't worth a life, stay home and live to patch another day.
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I think that this is the year we should be satisfied with whatever result we can get using what we have on hand, weeding, mowing and watering. Certainly, a pretty lawn isn't worth risking your life or that of others! If you can afford a lawn service, let them do it. Just don't go near them!
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