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Customer Reviews Best app by Alan124437272 I hate writing reviews but I just had to for Scott’s my lawn. They make building an awesome so easy. Step by step instructions tell you when and how to apply the different products to your yard. It has a weather gauge that determines if you need to water your yard or not. I’ve applied the grubx and the weed and feed last week and I can already tell a reduced number of ants and spiders and my weeds in the yard are already dying out. Having an app is a great idea on Scott’s part because there are so many products out there and you never know what to buy and when to apply. This takes out all the guess work and I’ve officially become a scotts person. Takes away all the guess work by Lover of Scotts Every single product I have ever used from Scott’s has been top notch this app is no different.. This app helps you stay on track with your lawn all times of the year. You no longer have to rush to fertilize when your neighbors are doing it because you think it’s time. This app will tell you when it’s time. Five stars hands down. From weed killers, to grass seed and all things in between, everything this company has produced has worked for me. Just make sure you follow all directions on what your applying and when your applying it and you’ll never be disappointed. FEED YOUR LAWN!!!! PUSH Notifications need to become smarter by tmayhill 6-8 weeks between applications is what I’ve been told otherwise I will burn my lawn, yet I applied the 1st application on April 2nd and I just got a push notification to apply the next on April 22nd just because the weather supports it (which is great) but the app should be smart enough to know to wait 6-8 weeks after the application that preceeded it. Also, I’m receiving two notifications for each time my lawn should be fed and I’m pretty sure it’s because I had two lawn plans and deleted one. Those messages should stop once it’s been deleted. Other than that, it has some great INFO, Thank you!

Scotts Lawn Care

The improved Scotts® Turf Builder® Weed & Feed3 features Scotts newest technology in the fight against weeds. WeedGrip™ Technology grips the weeds you see and the ones you don’t. This means up to 2X more powerful** dandelion and clover control, in fact it’s guaranteed* to clear out dandelions and clover. It does all this while also feeding your lawn to build strong, deep roots to crowd out future weeds. It’s Scotts most powerful Weed & Feed ever! **versus previous formulation

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How To Do The Scotts® 4 Step® Without proper care, your yard can quickly become a battleground of grass vs. weeds. Fortunately, there’s no need for a turf war, thanks to our most-requested annual lawn care plan, the Scotts® 4 Step® lawn. We show you exactly how and when to feed for a better spring, summer, fall and winter lawn. Start here for a yard worthy of cookouts, kids, pets and play.

Scotts Lawn Care

Apply mulch. Wait until soil has warmed to refresh mulch for the growing season. Shredded mulch provides a polished finish to planting beds, which you’ll get when you use any variety of Scotts mulch. Scotts mulches provide vibrant year-long color and help prevent weed growth by blocking access to the sun. Add a 2- to 3-inch layer around (but not on top of) your plants. Late Spring: Repair bare spots in Southern lawns. Use Scotts

Scotts Lawn Care

Without proper care, your yard can quickly become a battleground of grass vs. weeds. Fortunately, there’s no need for a turf war, thanks to our most-requested annual lawn care plan, the Scotts® 4 Step® lawn. We show you exactly how and when to feed for a better spring, summer, fall and winter lawn.

Scotts Lawn Care

Takes away all the guess work by Lover of Scotts Every single product I have ever used from Scott’s has been top notch this app is no different.. This app helps you stay on track with your lawn all times of the year. You no longer have to rush to fertilize when your neighbors are doing it because you think it’s time. This app will tell you when it’s time. Five stars hands down. From weed killers, to grass seed and all things in between, everything this company has produced has worked for me. Just make sure you follow all directions on what your applying and when your applying it and you’ll never be disappointed. FEED YOUR LAWN!!!!

Scotts Lawn Care

Tackling spring lawn care provides a just-right dose of fresh air, sunshine, and exercise—and sets your lawn on its way to season-long glory. Spring lawn chores aren’t difficult, but they do play a vital role in getting your grass on track for a healthy, productive growing season. Here are our top spring lawn care tips:

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Scotts No-Quibble Guarantee®: If for any reason you, the consumer, are not satisfied after using this product, you are entitled to get your money back. Simply send us evidence of purchase and we will mail you a refund check promptly. For more details, click here.

Every single product I have ever used from Scott’s has been top notch this app is no different.. This app helps you stay on track with your lawn all times of the year. You no longer have to rush to fertilize when your neighbors are doing it because you think it’s time. This app will tell you when it’s time. Five stars hands down. From weed killers, to grass seed and all things in between, everything this company has produced has worked for me. Just make sure you follow all directions on what your applying and when your applying it and you’ll never be disappointed. FEED YOUR LAWN!!!!

Give your lawn a mid-season boost with an application of Step® 3. Apply in the summer, between June and August. Step® 3 feeds and strengthens the lawn against heat and drought, guaranteed.

Step® 4 can be applied 4 to 6 weeks after Step® 3, between August and November. It greens up the lawn now, and helps strengthen and protect it for a better lawn next spring.

Apply Step® 2 in late spring, anytime between April and June, but be sure to wait 4-6 weeks after applying Step® 1. It kills many broadleaf weeds like dandelions, while feeding and nourishing the lawn. Step® 2 builds thick, green turf from the roots up.

Tune up your mower. Change the oil, air filter and spark plug. Clean the top and undercarriage, removing dirt and grass clippings?just be sure to detach the spark plug wire before working around the cutting blade. Don’t flip a gas mower over to clean underneath; simply lift one side and brush away dried grass. If dried grass has hardened, loosen with a hand trowel or putty knife. Sharpen the mower blade, and replace it if it has large nicks or gouges. It’s a good idea to keep an extra blade on hand so you always cut with a sharp edge. Last but not least, fill the fuel tank. If you prefer a hands-off approach, take your mower to the shop, though you will want to do it in late fall or winter to avoid spring crowds. Note, too, that a cold mower can be hard to start in early spring. Warm it up by placing it in the sun for an hour or two prior to starting. Enhance warming by placing a dark trash bag over the engine while it’s soaking up some rays. (Remove the bag before you start the mower, though!) Clean up. Walk over your lawn and gather any twigs, branches or other debris that has appeared over winter. Dispose of trash, and add small twigs and leaves to your compost pile. Then, rake out dead grass. It can also go on the compost pile, unless it contains weeds.

Early Spring Tune up your mower. Change the oil, air filter and spark plug. Clean the top and undercarriage, removing dirt and grass clippings?just be sure to detach the spark plug wire before working around the cutting blade. Don’t flip a gas mower over to clean underneath; simply lift one side and brush away dried grass. If dried grass has hardened, loosen with a hand trowel or putty knife. Sharpen the mower blade, and replace it if it has large nicks or gouges. It’s a good idea to keep an extra blade on hand so you always cut with a sharp edge. Last but not least, fill the fuel tank. If you prefer a hands-off approach, take your mower to the shop, though you will want to do it in late fall or winter to avoid spring crowds. Note, too, that a cold mower can be hard to start in early spring. Warm it up by placing it in the sun for an hour or two prior to starting. Enhance warming by placing a dark trash bag over the engine while it’s soaking up some rays. (Remove the bag before you start the mower, though!) Clean up. Walk over your lawn and gather any twigs, branches or other debris that has appeared over winter. Dispose of trash, and add small twigs and leaves to your compost pile. Then, rake out dead grass. It can also go on the compost pile, unless it contains weeds.

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