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Scotts® Turf Builder® Long Island Lawn Food

4.4 out of 5 Customer Rating
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Scotts® Turf Builder® Long Island Lawn Food

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  • Scotts Turf Builder Long Island Lawn Food is a grass fertilizer that's crafted with Long Island's waterways in mind
  • Specifically crafted for the unique needs of Long Island, providing mindful nutrition for a lush, green lawn
  • The slow-release nitrogen in this unique lawn food limits possible runoff and helps the fertilizer work longer in fewer applications
  • Well-fed lawns are more efficient at using available water due to having more roots to better absorb water and nutrients versus unfed lawns
  • One 16.17-lb. bag covers 7,000 sq. ft.; easily apply with a Scotts broadcast, rotary, drop, or Wizz spreader

Fertilizer Analysis

  • 26-0-4

Cautions

  • Eye contact with contents may cause irritation.
  • Flush eyes with water as soon as possible after contact.

Disposal Methods

  • If empty, do not reuse container. Place in trash or offer for recycling if available. If partly filled, call your local solid waste agency for disposal instructions. Never place unused product down any indoor or outdoor drain.

Product Label

  • This is not the product label. Always read and follow the product label before use.
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  • Safety Data Sheets can be found at scottsmsds.com

Scotts® Turf Builder® Long Island Lawn Food is crafted for the unique needs of Long Island. It provides the nutrients that your lawn needs to get a lush, green lawn while utilizing slow-release nitrogen to limit the possible runoff into waterways. This means it also helps your fertilizer work longer for fewer applications. It is made specifically for use with Long Island Sandy Soil. We want to make the world a more beautiful place for your family and ours. Provide your grass with mindful nutrition with Scotts® Turf Builder® Long Island Lawn Food. Covers 7,000 sq. ft.


How to Use

  • Calculate the size of your lawn. You can use the Scotts® MyLawn app to help.
  • Fill and set your spreader.
  • Using a broadcast or rotary spreader, walk at a steady pace, and line up each pass approximately 5’ from the wheel track.
  • Using a drop spreader, walk at a steady pace, and align the arrow with the previous wheel track.
  • Following the application, lightly water in.
  • Be sure to sweep up any product that lands on driveways, sidewalks, or street back onto your lawn.


Where Not to Use

  • Do not apply near water, storm drains, or drainage ditches. Do not apply if heavy rain is expected. Check with your local Cooperative Extension Agency to obtain specific information on local turf best management practices.

Where to Use

  • Safe to use on any grass type.

When to Apply

  • Apply in spring, summer or fall to actively growing turf.

How Often to Apply

  • Feed every 3 months for your best lawn. Limit use to no more than 3 applications of Scotts® Turf Builder® Long Island Lawn Food in one calendar year.


Watering Tips

  • Well-fed lawns are more efficient at using available water. Water only when your lawn truly needs it, and use rainwater whenever possible.

Frequently Asked Questions

Keep out of reach of children.

  • This product is crafted for the unique needs of Long Island and its waterways. Ultimately to deliver mindful nutrition that benefits your lawn, fit your lawn care needs, and the needs of your environment.
  • Create a natural barrier with rocks, plants, and trees between your lawn and nearby waterways.
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