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Sta-Green 14,000-sq ft Lawn Starter Lawn Fertilizer $13.74 @ Lowes YMMV

st3rlingarcher 127 227 April 13, 2016 at 05:06 PM in Gardening & Outdoor (5) More Lowe's Deals
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Last Edited by Shorted April 13, 2016 at 08:54 PM
Price can be found in some Massachusetts Lowes stores. I haven't checked if it can be found anywhere else.

Sta-Green 14,000-sq ft Starter Lawn Fertilizer (18-24-6) [lowes.com] $13
For use with new grass

It's doesn't have a lot of reviews but it worked for me last fall when I needed to seed part of my lawn.

There's also 20% off other Sta-Green products [lowes.com]

Sale ends 4/18
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Sweet find! added a coupon from urlhasbeenblocked to make it even sweeter.
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Sweet find! added a coupon from urlhasbeenblocked to make it even sweeter.
from where? about to pull the trigger
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Sweet find! added a coupon from urlhasbeenblocked to make it even sweeter.
Thank you for the help...
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Nice deal for 14,000 sq feet. Thanks and repped!
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Can't this be used to fertilize existing grass? What's the difference between this lawn starter fertilizer and other regular fertilizers...TIA
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Sweet find! added a coupon from urlhasbeenblocked to make it even sweeter.
That is probably the site, banned by slickdeals, which mathematically comes up with number sequences that fit the Lowes pattern of one-time-use coupon codes but has no way of checking with Lowes to see if the code that it comes up with has been sent or will be sent to a legitimate customer who would lose their discount if someone uses their one-time-use code before they do.

I'm all for getting a great deal, but not at the expense of an innocent customer.
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This will kill centipede grass
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$44.54 for 5 bags with 10 off 50 coupon. 15 % off stacks with coupon, nice
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What is the 15% off?
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does this stuff go bad? I just stop my lesco starter fertilizer...but holy smokes this is cheap

Quote from rajofin View Post :
Can't this be used to fertilize existing grass? What's the difference between this lawn starter fertilizer and other regular fertilizers...TIA
this is more design for root growth. You don't need to be seeding to use this. I use it at the beginning of the year and at the fall if I do any overseeing.
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Last edited by ChargerSRT8 April 14, 2016 at 06:19 AM. Reason: Automerged Doublepost
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This will kill centipede grass
For people wandering about centipede, this is the advise I take every year:

Apply ½ to 1 pound of nitrogen per 1,000 square feet in late April or early May after lawn fully greens up. A soil test will help determine if a 16-4-8 or a 15-0-15 fertilizer is best for your lawn. A yellow appearance may indicate an iron deficiency due to soil temperatures lagging behind air temperatures. Spraying with iron (ferrous) sulfate (2 ounces in 3 to 5 gallons of water per 1,000 square feet) or a chelated iron source will help to enhance color. Lime may be added if a soil test indicates a need. To determine amount of product required to apply ½ pound of nitrogen per 1,000 square feet, divide 50 by the first number on the fertilizer bag. This will give you the number of pounds of product to apply.

source:
http://www.clemson.edu/extension/...ape/lawns/

I use this 16-4-8 [homedepot.com]
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Last edited by hleapha April 14, 2016 at 06:27 AM.
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Quote from ChargerSRT8 View Post :
does this stuff go bad? I just stop my lesco starter fertilizer...but holy smokes this is cheap


this is more design for root growth. You don't need to be seeding to use this. I use it at the beginning of the year and at the fall if I do any overseeing.
Lesco bad?
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Last edited by kingfisher1111 April 14, 2016 at 06:30 AM. Reason: Automerged Doublepost
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For people wandering about centipede, this is the advise I take every year:

Apply ½ to 1 pound of nitrogen per 1,000 square feet in late April or early May after lawn fully greens up. A soil test will help determine if a 16-4-8 or a 15-0-15 fertilizer is best for your lawn. A yellow appearance may indicate an iron deficiency due to soil temperatures lagging behind air temperatures. Spraying with iron (ferrous) sulfate (2 ounces in 3 to 5 gallons of water per 1,000 square feet) or a chelated iron source will help to enhance color. Lime may be added if a soil test indicates a need. To determine amount of product required to apply ½ pound of nitrogen per 1,000 square feet, divide 50 by the first number on the fertilizer bag. This will give you the number of pounds of product to apply.

source:
http://www.clemson.edu/extension/...ape/lawns/

I use this 16-4-8 [homedepot.com]
Do you recommend any for Bermuda?
For Spring,Summer, Fall and in January.
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Last edited by kingfisher1111 April 14, 2016 at 06:33 AM.
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Has anyone found this at this price in Michigan? Looking but its about $35 all around me.

Thanks
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