New Lawn Starter 20-27-5

Lawn Fertilizer

  • New lawn fertilizer formulated for new sod and seed areas
  • Provides an optimum supply of nitrogen, phosphorus, potassium and essential micro-nutrients for encouraging vigorous seedlings and root establishment
  • Contains 1% iron for extra deep greening
  • Ideal for fall and spring applications
  • New Lawn Starter is available in pallet quantities - There are 77 bags per pallet

Overview

The Andersons New Lawn Starter is formulated to develop strong and healthy root systems. This formula contains three types of nitrogen - fast, intermediate and slow reacting to give quick response and then steady feeding of nitrogen that promotes top growth of the grass and produces the deep green color. Phosphate is essential in the development of deep, strong roots. Potash thickens the wall structure of the grass and makes the grass more vigorous. Sulfur helps maintain the dark green color of your grass and encourages more vigorous plant and root growth. Iron prevents yellowing by aiding the development of chlorophyll in the grass. For northern turf, fall is the ideal time to seed because of less weed competition, ideal soil temperature and moisture. For new lawn seed or sod, apply at the recommended rate. Work into soil 2- 3 inches deep, before spreading seed or laying sod. Keep soil moist until seeds germinate. Do not allow soil to dry out.

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Analysis 20-27-5 + Micronutrients
Package Sizes 18 lbs
Coverage Up to 5,000 sq ft

APPLYING NEW LAWN STARTER
Fall is the ideal time to seed because of less weed competition, ideal soil temperature and moisture. For new lawn seed or sod, apply at the recommended rate. Work into soil 2- 3 inches deep, before spreading seed or laying sod. Keep soil moist until seeds germinate. Do not allow soil to dry out.

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