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Deep Green 24-0-11

Lawn Fertilizer

  • The Andersons Deep Green 24-0-11 is a professional-grade lawn fertilizer that will deliver nutrients and a deep green color to your lawn
  • Contains slow release nitrogen for uniform growth and extended feeding
  • Contains 2% iron and manganese
  • Safe for use on all turf types during the growing season
  • Made in the USA
  • The Andersons Deep Green 24-0-11 is available in pallet quantities - There are 35 bags per pallet

Overview

The Andersons Deep Green 24-0-11 is a professional-grade lawn fertilizer designed to feed your lawn while also deepening and intensifying its color. Deep Green 24-0-11 is formulated with 2% iron and manganese, which helps turf utilize nitrogen and create chlorophyll. It is safe for use on all turf types and can be applied any time during the growing season but is especially beneficial in the summer when lawns tend to turn yellow as a result of stress. Deep Green 24-0-11 contains slow release nitrogen for uniform growth and extended feeding for 6 to 8 weeks.

Analysis 24-0-11 + Manganese and 2% Iron
Package Sizes 40 lb
Coverage Covers up to 10,000 sq ft

APPLYING DEEP GREEN 24-0-11
- Deep Green 24-0-11 is great for all turf types and can be applied in spring, summer, and fall.
- For best results, re-apply every 6-8 weeks during the growing season.
- Apply to dry foliage.
- For cool season grasses, apply at the light to medium rate. If temperatures exceed 85F, apply at the light to low rate.
- For warm season grasses, apply at the medium or high rate.
- Sweep or blow off any particles from sidewalks and driveways to prevent staining.
- Water in after application with a minimum of 0.2 inches
- Do not collect clippings for at least one mowing following application to avoid particle pick-up.

The spreader settings for this product were established using standard equipment available from the spreader manufacturer at swath widths and speeds typically used within the industry. Many variables such as walking speed, terrain, particle size, density, and spreader condition can affect these settings. Spreader settings are intended as a guide and unit calibration should still be performed to ensure proper application rates. They are not intended to replace calibration. The Andersons recommends the use of broadcast spreader for its products.

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