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32-Oz Scotts Liquid Turf Builder with Plus 2 Weed Control Fertilizer EXPIRED

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Amazon has 32-Oz Scotts Liquid Turf Builder with Plus 2 Weed Control Fertilizer for $7.92. Shipping is free w/ Prime or on orders of $25+.

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  • Fertilizes in 24 hours while controlling for weeds
  • Kills dandelions, clover and other major lawn weeds
  • Other weeds include buckhorn, chickweed, ground ivy, henbit, knotweed, lambsquarters, oxalis, pigweed, plantain, poison ivy, ragweed, and spurge
  • Easy to use, simply attach hose and spray. For grass lawns only. Do not spray St.Augustine Grass, Buffalo Grass, dichondra, lipid or desirable clovers. Do not use this product on flower or vegetable beds or around shrubs, trees or ornamental plantings
  • Spray when weeds are actively growing

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Works well if you get a bottle that works. Many reviews talk about nozzle not spraying and though I did run into that, I found shaking and squeezing the bottle a few times got it going.

Much more convenient if you don't have the time to use the granular stuff although I found it less effective.
For anyone wondering .. Covers up to 6,000 sq. ft..

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For anyone wondering .. Covers up to 6,000 sq. ft..
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Works well if you get a bottle that works. Many reviews talk about nozzle not spraying and though I did run into that, I found shaking and squeezing the bottle a few times got it going.

Much more convenient if you don't have the time to use the granular stuff although I found it less effective.
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IMO, I wouldn't spray this on your lawn right now. For a casual cool season lawn owner, your lawn is probably dormant by now. This is more for spring.

Per label, "Do not spray St.Augustine Grass, Buffalo Grass, dichondra, lipid or desirable clovers."
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Nice! Now if there's a deal on lawn patch mixes... we have a bit of patching to do this fall.
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Showing as $10.83 for me
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Missed the post but still a good deal @ $10.82, even at $2,92 more., compared to $18 in stores. In for one.
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Have too many Dandelion, Clover and few other weeds in my lawn and I'm looking for a good weed killer.
It's couple of $ more than yesterday's deal and I'm wondering if this product is effective?
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Have too many Dandelion, Clover and few other weeds in my lawn and I'm looking for a good weed killer.
It's couple of $ more than yesterday's deal and I'm wondering if this product is effective?
This isn't the best product for your needs. Also, you need to account for your location and grass type, herbicides have heat restrictions (can't apply over 90F) and may damage lawns of various types (St Aug).

Since it's summer your lawn is probably already stressed out and adding herbicides will add to that stress. Orthos weedclear ready to spray is probably your best bet, but it's a relatively low concentration and your weeds are probably are more mature than the herbicides are rated for.

If you're willing to put in more work, find Q4+ herbicide which is a little more prosumer and spot spray your weeds. Read the label ahead of time to see if it's usable for your grass type.
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This isn't the best product for your needs. Also, you need to account for your location and grass type, herbicides have heat restrictions (can't apply over 90F) and may damage lawns of various types (St Aug).

Since it's summer your lawn is probably already stressed out and adding herbicides will add to that stress. Orthos weedclear ready to spray is probably your best bet, but it's a relatively low concentration and your weeds are probably are more mature than the herbicides are rated for.

If you're willing to put in more work, find Q4+ herbicide which is a little more prosumer and spot spray your weeds. Read the label ahead of time to see if it's usable for your grass type.
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Quote from MacCortez :
This isn't the best product for your needs. Also, you need to account for your location and grass type, herbicides have heat restrictions (can't apply over 90F) and may damage lawns of various types (St Aug).

Since it's summer your lawn is probably already stressed out and adding herbicides will add to that stress. Orthos weedclear ready to spray is probably your best bet, but it's a relatively low concentration and your weeds are probably are more mature than the herbicides are rated for.

If you're willing to put in more work, find Q4+ herbicide which is a little more prosumer and spot spray your weeds. Read the label ahead of time to see if it's usable for your grass type.
So this is only good for cooler temperature, why can't this be used in the fall? I got too much dandelion problem. It's getting very bad.
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So this is only good for cooler temperature, why can't this be used in the fall? I got too much dandelion problem. It's getting very bad.
This is weed and feed. It has weed killer & fertilizer mixed in.

If you have a cool season lawn and haven't watered it then it is most likely dormant…not dead. Spraying this will solve the Dandelions but since the grass isn't growing due to dormancy then it's not using the fertilizer part.

If you just want to kill the dandelions try using the ortho weedclear as I mentioned before and be prepared to do multiple applications if the first pass doesn't work. As far as cooler temperatures go, just spray in the evening close to dusk when then the temp drops below 90 (or whatever the label says).

Also, if you don't know what kind of gras you're growning the herbicide may kill it off also. If you're growing fescue or rye grass then you should be ok wiyh the weed clear.
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