GreenView Fairway Formula Spring Fertilizer Weed & Feed and Crabgrass Preventer

ITEM 2129192
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How much do I need?

How much do I need?

If unsure about the size of your lawn, general guidelines are that a typical 1/4 acre lot with home, driveway, walkway and landscaping requires a 5,000 sq. ft bag. A 1/2 acre lot with a home and landscaping features typically requires a 10,000 sq. ft bag. For larger properties from 1 to 2 acres or more, you will need to estimate the amount of additional grass area and include these in your coverage calculation.

$32.99

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  • Description

    Unlike competitive brands, one application provides the right amount of nitrogen for the entire spring and summer season!

    • Stops crabgrass all season; Kills dandelions, plantain, clover and other tough lawn weeds; Feeds your lawn in one easy application.
    • 65% slow release nitrogen fertilizes up to 12 weeks. Slow release nitrogen provides your lawn with controlled, steady nutrition over a longer period of time, resulting in thicker, healthier grass.
    • Eliminates and prevents crabgrass and kills dandelions, clover, viney weeds and over 200 other broadleaf weeds as it fertilizes
    • No excess growth, less mowing! Provides a full root system for a healthier weed free lawn
    • Zero Phosphate to comply with local areas that restrict phosphate use
    • Not available for sale in AK, CA, HI
    • DO NOT use on St. Augustine grass in Florida, or on dichondra and carpetgrass as serious lawn injury will result.
  • Application Tips

    Best time to apply:

    The best time to apply is when dandelions are visible but have not gone to the "puff ball" stage. Apply when the grass is damp so the product adheres to the leaves. This product can be applied in the spring or fall. Application can be made using all makes and models of spreaders (drop or broadcast). Check the product label link for settings for the most common spreaders.

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  • Weeds Controlled

    Controls the following weeds when use as directed:

    • Annual Bluegrass (Poa annua)
    • Annual Ryegrass
    • Barnyardgrass
    • Crabgrass
    • Crowsfootgrass
    • Foxtail (green and yellow)
    • Goosegrass
    • Kikuyugrass (seedling)
    • Perennial Ryegrass
    • Smutgrass (seedling)

    Established Broadleaf Weeds:

    • Annual yellow sweetclover
    • Aster
    • Austrian fieldcress
    • Bedstraw
    • Beggarticks
    • Betony Florida
    • Bindweed, field
    • Bird vetch
    • Bitter wintercress
    • Bittercress, hairy
    • Bitterweed
    • Black-eyed Susan
    • Black medic
    • Black mustard
    • Blackseed plantain
    • Blessed thistle
    • Bloodflower milkweed
    • Blue lettuce
    • Blue vervain
    • Bracted plantain
    • Brassbuttons
    • Bristly oxtongue
    • Broadleaf dock
    • Broadleaf plantain
    • Broomweed
    • Buckhorn plantain
    • Bulbous buttercup
    • Bull thistle
    • Bullnettle
    • Burclover
    • Burdock
    • Burning nettle
    • Burweed
    • Buttercup
    • Buttonweed
    • Canada thistle
    • Carolina geranium
    • Carpetweed
    • Catchweed bedstraw
    • Catnip
    • Catsear
    • Chickweed, common
    • Chickweed, mouseear
    • Chicory
    • Cinquefoil
    • Clover, crimson
    • Clover, hop
    • Clover, red
    • Clover, strawberry
    • Clover, sweet
    • Clover, white
    • Cockle
    • Cocklebur
    • Common mullein
    • Creeping jenny
    • Cudweed
    • Curly dock
    • Daisy, English
    • Daisy, fleabane
    • Daisy, oxeye
    • Dandelion
    • Dichondra
    • Dogfennel
    • Dollarweed
    • False dandelion
    • Falseflax
    • False sunflower
    • Fiddleneck
    • Florida pusley
    • French weed
    • Galinsoga
    • Goathead
    • Goldenrod
    • Ground ivy
    • Gumweed
    • Hairy fleabane
    • Hawkweed
    • Healall
    • Heartleaf drymary
    • Heath aster
    • Hedge bindweed
    • Hedge mustard
    • Henbit
    • Hoary cress
    • Hoary plantain
    • Hoary vervain
    • Horsenettle
    • Jimsonweed
    • Knawel
    • Knotweed
    • Kochia
    • Lambsquarters
    • Lespedeza
    • Mallow
    • Matchweed
    • Mexicanweed
    • Milk vetch
    • Morningglory
    • Mouseear hawkweed
    • Mugwort
    • Musk thistle
    • Mustard
    • Narrowleaf plantain
    • Narrowleaf vetch
    • Nettle
    • Orange hawkweed
    • Oriental cocklebur
    • Oxalis
    • Parsley-piert
    • Parsnip
    • Pearlwort
    • Pennycress
    • Pepperweed
    • Pigweed
    • Pineappleweed
    • Pineywoods bedstraw
    • Plains tickseed
    • Plantain
    • Poison ivy
    • Poison oak
    • Pokeweed
    • Poorjoe
    • Prairie sunflower
    • Prickly lettuce
    • Prickly sida
    • Prostrate knotweed
    • Prostrate pigweed
    • Prostrate spurge
    • Prostrate vervain
    • Puncturevine
    • Purslane, common,
    • Ragweed
    • Red sorrel
    • Redroot pigweed
    • Redstem filaree
    • Rough cinquefoil
    • Rough fleabane
    • Russian pigweed
    • Scarlet pimpernel
    • Scotch thistle
    • Sheep sorrel
    • Sheperdspurse
    • Slender plantain
    • Smallflower galinsoga
    • Smooth dock
    • Smooth pigweed
    • Sorrel
    • Sowthistle
    • Spanishneedles
    • Speedwell
    • Spiny amaranth
    • Spiny cocklebur
    • Spiny sowthistle
    • Spotted catsear
    • Spotted spurge
    • Spurweed
    • Stinging nettle
    • Strawberry, India mock
    • Tall nettle
    • Tall vervain
    • Tansy ragwort
    • Tansy mustard
    • Tanweed
    • Thistle
    • Trailing crownvetch
    • Tumble mustard
    • Tumble pigweed
    • Velvetleaf
    • Venice mallow
    • Virginia salsify
    • White mustard
    • Wild aster
    • Wild buckwheat
    • Wild carrot
    • Wild four-o’clock
    • Wild garlic
    • Wild geranium
    • Wild lettuce
    • Wild marigold
    • Wild mustard
    • Wild onion
    • Wild parsnip
    • Wild radish
    • Wild rape
    • Wild sweet potato
    • Wild vetch
    • Woodsorrel
    • Woolly croton
    • Woolly morningglory
    • Woolly plantain
    • Wormseed
    • Yarrow
    • Yellow rocket
    • Yellowflower pepperweed & other broadleaf weeds

  • Videos
    GreenView Fairway Formula Spring Fertilizers
    GreenView Fairway Formula spring fertilizers give you a lush weed free lawn. Our premium grade fertilizers are formulated for springtime application contain slow release nitrogen for steady nutrition that lasts up to 12 weeks. Choose the formulation that suits your needs, whether you need a broadleaf weed & feed, a crabgrass solution or lawn food only.
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Ratings

Rated 5 out of 5 by from It started working in just 24 hours What a great product. You can tell it's different, from the moment you open the bag. It's such a fine granule. After just 24 hours, my dandelions and clover in the lawn were starting to wilt. Bye-bye weeds!
Date published: 2015-04-29
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Awesome product My lawn has never looked so good! No dandelions and no crabgrass.
Date published: 2015-04-30
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Really good product, but pay attentioj to bag size The bigger bag is more economical, but weights twice as much
Date published: 2015-04-29
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