Feed your grass this fall for a better lawn next spring! Step 4 of Scotts 4 Step Lawn Care is Turf Builder Winterguard Fall Weed & Feed.
What exactly does Winterguard do?
- Feeds to build strong, deep roots for a better lawn next spring
- Improves lawn’s ability to absorb water and nutrients versus an unfed lawn
- Controls 50 listed common lawn weeds including dandelion, clover and chickweed
- Weedgrip™ Technology grips the weeds you see — and the ones you don’t
How do I use it?
- For best results, apply to a wet lawn
When should I apply it?
Winterguard Fall Weed & Feed should be applied in fall when weeds are actively growing.
Can I use Winterguard anywhere?
Do not use on bentgrass, carpetgrass, dichondra, floratam, lippia and St. Augustinegrass lawns.
What does it control?
Winterguard controls 50 common weeds: aster, clover (red), lambsquarter, red sorrel (sheep sorrel), bindweed, clover (white), lespedeza (seeding), scarlet pimpernel, bittercress, cudweed, lippia (matchweed), black medic, curly dock, mallow, shepherd’s-purse, dandelion, moneywort, smartweed, buckhorn, dichondra, morning glory, sowthistle, bull thistle, dollarweed/pennywort, mustard, spurweed, burclover, English daisy, buttonweed, evening primrose, pepperweed, Canada thistle, filaree, pigweed, carpetweed, fleabane, plantain, vetch, catsear (coast dandelion), ground ivy, wild carrot, hawkweed, yarrow, chickweed/stitchwort, healall, purslane, yellow rocket, chicory, henbit, pusley, cinquefoil, horseweed, clover (hop), knotweed (seeding), ragweed.
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