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Discussion in 'Uncategorized Threads' started by mirage1, Apr 20, 2008.

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  1. mirage1

    mirage1 Member

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    I live in Mass. and have an area that I just seeded. If I fertilze
    with fetilizer that has a weed control and crabgrass killer will
    that prevent the new grass from coming up???

    Thanks,
    Joe
     
  2. j2jake

    j2jake Well-Known Member

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    YES!!! Your seed will not germinate if you use any type weed and feed 60 days prior or after. Jake
     
  3. mirage1

    mirage1 Member

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    Thanks Jake.
     
  4. trpshtr2001

    trpshtr2001 TS Member

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    Go to scotts.com and get on their program and your worries will be over. It is free too. They will tell you what to do accoding to what kind of grass you have , when to do what etc.
     
  5. quicky

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    I am a lawn expert! I aerate and fertilize lawns for trapshooting $. If you'll send me an address I will mail you my circular which explains much of the myth involved in fertilizing and maintaining your lawn. It is all very simple. e-mail me at xxxrotoscale@wyoming.comxxx Drop the x's. I am not trying to drum up business as we live 2000 miles apart and I am swamped at the moment anyway. Regards. Quicky
     
  6. Delbert

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    I'm an expert in everything, but my advice isn't free.
     
  7. tdhrlyrydr

    tdhrlyrydr TS Member

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    Yes it will, the weed in the "WEED AND FEED" will prevent the new seeds from germinating. Just put a starter fertilizer down.
     
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