Scotts® Lawn Builder Lawn Food plus Weed Control

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By Steve Dalton, Chief Gardener
Scotts Lawn Builder Weed 100m Carton 015014

Scotts Lawn Builder Lawn Food plus Weed Control - greener lawn in 7 days, feeds for up to 8 weeks. Kills daisies, dandelions and many other broad-leaved weeds. Slow release formula - no surge growth. No scorch fertiliser - no need to water in*. Apply by hand or for larger lawns the job can be made much easier by applying using an EverGreen or Scotts Spreader. For use on lawns only.

* Use as directed in 'How to Apply' guidelines on pack.

The Global Professional business group of The Scotts Company LLC and its subsidiaries were purchased by ICL in February 2011. For information about ICL or Scotts Professional products, please visit www.scottsprofessional.com. For information about The Scotts Company LLC or Scotts consumer products, please visit www.scotts.com.

Scotts Lawn Builder Weed 100m Carton 015014

Carton - 100m2

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Scotts Lawn Builder Weed 400m Bag 015017

Bag - 400m2

Scotts® Lawn Builder Lawn Food plus Weed Control

Score

5

Average: 5 (1 vote)

Where to buy

Available at all good garden retailers. Or give us a call for up-to-date stockist information on: 01483 410210
 

User reviews

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Vicky Page

Garden Expert

Scorch

5

Reviewed 12 Aug 2016

Hi Maggie, some lawn treatments can blacken the grass when applied at the advised rate. Scotts Lawn Builder range won't scorch, however, if you over-apply the product you may see some temporary blackening. It will grow out and mow-off.  It is important to apply all garden products as advised on pack and stick to the application rates. Using a lawn spreader is the most accurate method. 

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Lawn builder with weed control

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Reviewed 09 Aug 2016

Your product says that it does not burn lawns but mine now has large patches where the weeds were. How long will it take for the grass to grow back - or will it never grow back?

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