Pelletized Limestone Bag

Pelletized Limestone

If you think about it, there’s no better synonym for “nature” than “balance.” And that’s what our Pelletized Limestone delivers: perfectly balanced pH that supports perfectly healthy plants.

Formula 34 Bag

Formula 34

Plants look like they could use a little extra kick? Formula 34 is just the nitro-burst they need to get bigger and greener—faster.

Steadfast Product Bag

27-4-7
25% Slow Release

As any seasoned gardener knows, sometimes slow and steady wins the race. Steadfast Slow-Release fertilizer has just the right mix to sustain your greenery all season long.

Pelletized Limestone

If you think about it, there’s no better synonym for “nature” than “balance.” And that’s what our Pelletized Limestone delivers: perfectly balanced pH that supports perfectly healthy plants.

Formula 34

Plants look like they could use a little extra kick? Formula 34 is just the nitro-burst they need to get bigger and greener—faster.

27-4-7
25% Slow Release

As any seasoned gardener knows, sometimes slow and steady wins the race. Steadfast Slow-Release fertilizer has just the right mix to sustain your greenery all season long.

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How to Use Weaver Products

(Yes, it’s really this simple…)

Work 15 to 25 lb. of Weaver Plant Food into each 1000 sq. ft. of soil. After spreading or sprigging, water thoroughly and maintain constant moisture until the grass stand is well established.

Fescue, bluegrass, or other cool-season grasses should be fertilized during fall and winter. In early September, broadcast 15 to 25 lb. of Weaver Plant Food per 1000 sq. ft. of lawn. Repeat with the same amount in mid-February. DO NOT fertilize cool-season grasses in spring or summer. Applying 2 or 3 lb. nitrogen (6 lb. ammonium nitrate) in late April or early May may be helpful in maintaining a greener color during mid-summer (the dormant period for cool-season grasses).

Bermuda, St. Augustine, zoysia, centipede, and other warm-season grasses should be fertilized in spring and summer. In late March or early April, broadcast 12 to 20 lb. of Weaver Plant Food per 1000 sq. ft. Repeat in mid-August. Each month between these 2 applications, top-dress with (approximately) 2 lb. of nitrogen (6 lb. ammonium nitrate) per 1000 sq. ft. DO NOT apply when grasses are wet. Water thoroughly after each application of fertilizer.

1. What are the sources of N-P-K?
Urea, Diammonium Phosphate (DAP), Potash.

2. What can this fertilizer be used on?
Any grasses, plants, flowers, trees, bushes, shrubs or vegetables.

3. What spreader setting should I use when spreading on my lawn?
We recommend setting your spreader to 1/3 of the way open.

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