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Apply when seeding. Allows seed to germinate while it prevents crabgrass, foxtail, oxalis, spurge and other grassy weeds for up to 6 weeks. Grows new grass faster. Prevents crabgrass when seeding. Accelerates the root growth of new grass plants. 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 crabgra Scotts Turf Builder Starter Food For New Grass Plus Weed Preventer

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Step 1 For Seeding Starter Lawn Food with Weed Preventer, 21.62-Lbs.

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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, Centipedegrass as well as fine fescues (creeping red, chewings and hard).

  • Starter lawn food with weed preventer
  • Apply when planting grass seed
  • Prevents crabgrass and other grassy weeds
  • Simple and easy, no more guesswork
  • For Kentucky Bluegrass, Tall Fescue, Perennial Ryegrass, Centipedegrass as well as fine fescues (creeping red, chewings and hard)
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Specifications

SKU 161990
Coverage (sq. ft.) 5,000
Weight 22.350000
UPC 00032247369053
Country of Origin US
Package Width 12.75
Package Length 19.0
Package Height 3.5
Model Number 36905
Brand Scotts
Assembled Width 9.55
Assembled Length 4.55
Assembled Height 65.0
Manufacturer Name SCOTTS LAWNS

Rated 5 out of 5 by fdk344 from Worked great. Renovation details: Early June seeding. After using Quikpro on about 4500-5000 sq ft of Roughstalk Bluegrass (poa trivialis), I used “Step One for Seeding” to spot seed a couple dozen areas. I used Scott’s PA seed, I think it’s the same as the NE seed. Previous lawn health: My lawn mostly consists of K-31, perennial rye, and KY bluegrass. I have some warm season grasses as well, but I hate them and I’ve wiped most of them out with Q4. I’ve been killing quack grass, nimblewill, JP stiltgrass as well. Still haven’t gotten the mousear chickweed to stop coming back in the spring. Method I didn’t disturb the soil after Quikpro. I waited, watched. Hand weeded some smaller weeds and, top coated everything with mushroom soil. I Applied Scotts Step 1 Starter after rolling/seeding/strawing – probably right after the last rolling. Results: I had no whitening of any of cool season grasses. The only whitening I saw was on the nutsedge and purslane that came up. Even with the nutsedge that came up, considering, I had pretty good suppression of purslane, smartweed, chickweed, and crabgrass. It didn’t affect the oat grass in the topsoil or the mushrooms for that matter. Pretty satisfied with result, great germination, less where I had washout which isn’t the products fault.

Rated 1 out of 5 by Ryan600 from So disappointed I loamed and seeded plow damage, and over seeded my entire lawn.. my local garden center recommended step 1 for seeding. Reading the package it said for newly seeded and over seeded lawns. It also said that whitening can occur.. but this is crazy, my whole lawn looks terrible. I hope this is truly only temporary.. I can not recommend this product.

Rated 2 out of 5 by avrick from Disappointing results I’ve used Scotts products for years with very good results. This product has discolored all my new planted grass from last fall. My lawn has multiple spots of yellow and yelowish white grass. Extremely disappointing. and there is clover that was not killed as anticipated.

Rated 1 out of 5 by Mt830 from The worst We bought this to stop crabgrass and weeds. After applying it the next week we had a ton of dandelions come out. It seems the weeds love it. We will never purchase it again

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Rated 1 out of 5 by SCchelmsford from Don’t Use This Product I spent a lot of time, sweat, and money on preparing my front lawn for reseeding, and over seeding. I did everything right, except find and read these other reviews for this product. Top soil was raked evenly, this Step 1 for Seeding was spread according to the correct distribution, seed was spread. Whole lawn was rolled, fluffed up, and watered properly at dawn and dust. It has been 17 days without a single seed germanization. Nothing! My local garden store recommended this product, and I have since shared the story with them and to never recommend this product to anyone again. Extremely dissapointed with this product!

Rated 1 out of 5 by JPH 13 from Yellow/white streaking across my yard! Put this down over two weeks ago and my yard looks terrible! I have light yellow streaks across the front yard, so embarrassing!

Rated 1 out of 5 by Another Unhappy Customer from Total Disaster! Bought 3 – 15,000 square foot – 4 step programs for our large lawns, a substantial investment. Chose Step 1 for seeding solely on the recommendation of our nursery rep. We are just sick to see we have the same problem so many others have faced with the yellow spotting after checking the problem on line. The lawn looks horrible and is getting worse 3 weeks after the yellowing started. Previous reviews indicate Scotts has known about this problem for a while and should be advising retailers of this problem. Had we known this we never would have purchased. Scott’s – what can you do to make this right with your customers.

Rated 1 out of 5 by ChrisN from Turns grass whitish yellow I applied this product to my entire lawn area, including some newly loamed areas, and then had the new loam hydroseeded. It’s been 16 days since the hydroseed and I have seen 0% germination, and patches of my existing grass have turned a whitish yellow. I’m really disappointed with this product so far, and I’m concerned that the hydroseed won’t germinate and I’ll have wasted money not only on the Scotts product but also the hydro seed.

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Scotts Turf Builder Starter Food For New Grass Plus Weed Preventer

Scotts Turf Builder Starter Food For New Grass Plus Weed Preventer features 2 in 1 formula which is designed to feed your new grass and prevent tough weeds in one convenient product. It is specially developed to provide your new grass the essential nutrients it needs to promote stronger roots and help it grow thicker and quicker compared to unfed turf. Plus, it is very effective in preventing troublesome weeds such crabgrass and dandelions for up to 6 weeks without damaging your new grass. It is also great for establishing sod and grass plugs sod or reseeding.

Available in a 21.52 lb. bag and covers up to 5,000 square feet.

Features and Specs

Active Ingredient Mesotrione – 0.08% Total Nitrogen – 21% Available Phosphate – 22% Soluble Potash – 4% Iron – 1%
Target pests Large Crabgrass, Smooth Crabgrass, Dandelion, Plantain, Carpetweed, Chickweed, Lambsquarters, Purslane, Corn Speedwell, Ground Ivy, Hairy Bittercress, Henbit, Parsley Piert, Pennsylvania Smartweed and others
* See label for complete list
For use in Newly Seeded, Over-seeded, or Newly planted Kentucky Bluegrass, Tall Fescue, Perennial Ryegrass, Centipedegrass, as well as fine, spreading and creeping Red fescues
Application It is advisable to apply product on a calm day and before you water plants that are newly planted. Do it when the temperatures are between 60 and 90 degrees Fahrenheit.
Pet safe Yes, if followed by directions on label
NOT FOR SALE TO FL
Coverage Area Covers up to 5,000 sq. ft.
Special Features 2-in-1 formula that feeds new grass and prevents weeds
Shipping Weight 22.67 lbs
Manufacturer Scotts (Mfg. Number: 23200)
UPC 032247232005

Details

RECOMMENDED SPREADER SETTINGS:

  • Scotts Broadcast/Rotary Spreaders – Set to 4 1/2
  • Scotts Drop Spreaders – Set to 7

WEEDS PREVENTED:

Large crabgrass, Smooth crabgrass, Dandelion, Broadleaf plantain, Buckhorn plantain, Carpetweed, Common chickweed, Common lambsquarters, Common purslane, Corn speedwell, Ground ivy, Hairy bittercress, Henbit, Parsley piert, Pennsylvania smartweed, Persian speedwell, Pokeweed, Purslane speedwell, Redroot pigweed, Shepherd’s-purse, Velvetleaf, White clover, Yellow woodsorrel, Flatsedge, Yellow nutsedge

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