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Weed and feed can harm lawn more than help

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Posted: Saturday, October 5, 2013 4:30 am

Years ago, a lawn product was created that seemed user-friendly to the average homeowner, and it became very popular. After several studies, combination weed and feed products are no longer recommended.

The concept behind weed and feed products — a fertilizer and broad-leaf herbicide combination — was that one application would cover multiple tasks in one easy step. It seemed harmless enough but with time, it has been found to be quite harmful in many ways.

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      1 comment:

      • texasgoat posted at 5:52 am on Wed, Oct 9, 2013.

        texasgoat Posts: 46

        Informative article, but corn gluten? I'm not sure this product is available in garden stores in this area.

         

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