GreenView Fairway Formula Fall Fertilizer

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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. Fall Fertilizer has two spreader settings, available here.

  • Description

    GreenView Fairway Formula Fall Fertilizer is specifically designed for use in the fall – it helps established grass continue to grow strong, vigorous roots and prepares grass for surviving winter stress. It also helps maintain a thick, green lawn through the fall months and provides for an early spring greening. Professional lawn care experts know healthy turf needs an even, continuous flow of nutrients and that is best achieved with a mix of time-released nitrogen sources.

    Fairway Formula fertilizer is a premium quality mix of technologies appropriate to the season, to provide even, steady nitrogen release. This allows you to fertilize once in the spring, and once in the fall to give your lawn the nitrogen and potassium it needs. Just two steps – just that easy.

    • Repairs summer damage
    • Encourages root growth for winter hardiness and quick spring green-up
    • Extended time-release feeding of nitrogen, up to 12 weeks
    • Promotes deeper green turf, faster green-up, brilliant color response, and fewer clippings
    • Premium quality formulation
  • Application Tips

    Best time to apply:

    For best results, apply GreenView Fairway Formula Fall Fertilizer during the fall months of September and October.*

    • For optimal results, GreenView Fairway Formula Fall Fertilizer can be applied at 1.35 lbs.* of nitrogen per 1,000 sq. ft. of lawn. In areas where nitrogen applications are restricted, the recommended application rate is 0.9 lb. of nitrogen per 1,000 sq. ft. of lawn
    • Do not put down more than 3.2 lbs. total Nitrogen annually, or exceed 0.9 lb. total Nitrogen per application.

    Check with your local Cooperative Extension Agency to obtain specific information on local turf best management practices.

    *Check with your county or city government to determine if there are local regulations for fertilizer use.


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