Step One In 4-Step Fertilizer Program
Crabgrass is a hard-to-control weed that can take over your lawn when left untreated. Control crabgrass and other listed annual weeds and grasses with MAXLAWN Crabgrass Preventer with Lawn Food 22-0-4.
- Controls crabgrass and many other listed annual grasses and listed broadleaf weeds
- Stops annual crabgrass and many other annual weedy grasses before they grow
- Slow release nitrogen for extended feeding
- Contains Iron for deep greening
When to apply:
Apply early spring, prior to crabgrass germination. Crabgrass germinates when soil temperatures reach 55 degrees F.
How to apply:
Apply evenly using a properly calibrated broadcast or drop spreader. For best results, apply within a few days after mowing and delay mowing again for a few days after the application. Performance is improved if application is followed by ½ inch of rainfall or sprinkler irrigation. Refer to product label on back of bag for complete application instructions and precautions.
4-Step Fertilizer Program - Season Long Weed Control + Fertilization
Step One: MAXLAWN Crabgrass Preventer with Lawn Food 22-0-4
Step Two: MAXLAWN Weed & Feed (24-0-4)
Step Three: MAXLAWN Lawn Food (26-0-4)
Step Four: MAXLAWN Fall Lawn Food Winterizer (22-0-10)
Total Nitrogen - 22%
Available Phosphate 0%
Soluble Potash - 4%
Iron (Fe) - 1%
Benefits of Fertilizer:
Nitrogen: Gives dark green color to plants and promotes increased leaf and stem growth.
Phosphorus: Stimulates early root formation and growth. Gives rapid and vigorous start to plants and winter hardiness to fall seeding.
Potash: Increases disease resistance to plants. Essential to the formation and transfer of starches, sugars, and oils. Helps development of root system.