For lawn seeding. Allows seed to germinate while it prevents crabgrass, foxtail, oxalis, spurge and other grassy weeds. One application keeps annual grassy weeds from invading while delivering a full feeding of Scotts® Starter® Fertilizer for fa Coverage: 5,000 square feet. •Apply when planting grass seed. •Safe for seeding. •Prevents crabgrass and 25 broadleaf weeds for up to 6 weeks.
Scotts® STEP® 1 For Seeding – Starter® Lawn Food with Weed Preventer 5K
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Scotts® STEP® 1 for Seeding Starter® lawn food with weed preventer not only has the strength to prevent pesky weeds, but also helps grow a newly seeded/over seeded lawn. This product will prevent the toughest lawn weeds including large crabgrass, smooth crabgrass, dandelion, common chickweed, ground ivy, yellow nutsedge and more. Scotts® STEP® 1 for Seeding Starter® lawn food with weed preventer is for use on Kentucky bluegrass, tall fescue, perennial ryegrass, centipede grass as well as fine fescues (creeping red, chewings and hard).
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Scotts Step 1 for Seeding Lawn Food with Weed Preventer 5K
Coverage: 5,000 square feet.
•Apply when planting grass seed.
•Safe for seeding.
•Prevents crabgrass and 25 broadleaf weeds for up to 6 weeks.
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