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DGL Dark Green Lawn™ 25-0-0

Lawn Fertilizer

  • Dark Green Lawn "DGL" 25-0-0 is a professional-grade lawn fertilizer with extremely fine particle size for double the coverage and even distribution
  • Contains all quick-release nitrogen for immediate feeding
  • Contains 6% iron for extra deep-greening
  • Can be used at the light rate to supplement other fertilizer applications
  • Safe for all turf types
  • Water in thoroughly - especially for tight, dense turf. If the iron in this product gets caught in the turf canopy, there is the potential you will see temporary dark spots in your lawn. Do not panic. They will go away in few days.
  • Follow application instructions closely. Only apply with a properly calibrated broadcast spreader. This product contains high nitrogen that is all quick release. Over application or improper application method could result in turf burn.
  • *Important* The iron source in this formula WILL stain - be sure to sweep excess product from walkways and driveways before watering
  • Made in the USA
  • DGL is available in pallet quantities - There are 77 bags per pallet

Overview

Dark Green Lawn "DGL" 25-0-0 is a professional-grade lawn fertilizer with extremely fine particle size for double the coverage and even distribution. This formula contains all quick-release nitrogen for immediate feeding, as well as 6% iron for extra-deep greening. Slow release fertilizers release slowly over time and are great for long term greening and maintenance, however, there do come times when an extra boost of nitrogen and iron are either needed or desired. DGL will provide a boost of both growth and dark greening. DGL can be used in conjunction to any lawn fertilizer program at a light rate. Safe for use on all turf types, DGL can be used any time during the growing season. For best results, reapply every 4-6 weeks.

*Important*
- Water in thoroughly - especially for tight, dense turf. If the iron in this product gets caught in the turf canopy, there is the potential you will see temporary dark spots in your lawn. Do not panic. They will go away in few days.
- Follow application instructions closely. Only apply with a properly calibrated broadcast spreader. This product contains high nitrogen that is all quick release. Over application or improper application method could result in turf burn.
- The iron source in this formula WILL stain - be sure to sweep excess product from walkways and driveways before watering

Analysis 25-0-0 + 6% Iron
Package Sizes 18 lbs
Coverage Up to 5,000 sq ft

APPLYING DGL 25-0-0

- DGL is safe for all turf types and can be applied in spring, summer, and fall.
- For best results, re-apply every 4-6 weeks during the growing season.
- Apply to dry foliage.
- Sweep or blow off any particles from sidewalks and driveways to prevent staining.
- Water immediately after application with a minimum of 0.2 inches.

This product contains all quick release nitrogen. To avoid burning, calibrate your spreader, follow recommended application rates, do not apply to stressed turf and avoid applying on hot and dry days.

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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