Feed Regularly

Feeding, especially during spring and fall, will strengthen your lawn and save water. Trying to revive undernourished turf with only water is a waste.

Mow High

Most people cut their lawn too short. Set your mower to its highest or second-highest setting to encourage deep roots and effective use of moisture already in the soil.

Use Clippings

Leaving clippings on your lawn releases valuable nitrogen back in to the soil to give your lawn an extra boost.

Clean Up

Sweep fertilizer and grass clippings back onto your lawn from driveways, sidewalks and curbs. It's good for your grass and keeps nutrients out of rivers, lakes and streams.

Conserve Water

Your lawn will begin to wilt when water is needed. As much as possible, take advantage of nature's sprinkler and rely on the rain to water your lawn.

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Scotts® Turf Builder® Fertilizer

Feed your lawn regularly and save water.*
  • Build stronger, deeper roots
  • Improve your lawn's ability to absorb water and nutrients
*vs. an unfed lawn

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Scotts Turf Builder Seeding Soil

Seeding Soil

Before seeding a new lawn, enrich your existing soil to improve your chance of success.
  • Protects your newly seeded lawn against hot and dry conditions
  • Improves moisture retention for better germination
  • Added fertilizer helps promote growth

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