Scott’s Lawn Care Products
Scott’s lawn care line was introduced way back in 1858 by O. M. Scott. From a small local company it has grown into a huge conglomerate, and recently the Scott’s lawn care line added Miracle-Grow to its long list of supplies as a result of a business merger. They are the largest lawn and garden company in the world and have a commitment to providing consumers with exactly what they need to keep lawns looking beautiful. Perhaps their most popular products are fertilizers. Scott’s lawn care has one for you no matter how specialized your needs. Liquid Turf Builder, Seed Starter Formula, Winter Guard, Southern Turf Builder and many more make feeding your hungry lawn simple and effective.
Pest Control and Lawn Seed
Scott’s lawn care offers products that will help you control a variety of pests, including weeds, crabgrass, fire ants, grubs, moss and fungus. All can ruin your lawn in a matter of weeks, unfortunately…so be sure to use liberally at the first sign of an infestation or as a precautionary measure it all possible. Scotts even offers these in combination with fertilizers to simplify your life, so no excuses! Just starting your lawn? Or, perhaps, looking to add more green to your existing yard? Scott’s lawn care can help, of course. They offer a variety of species and tailor each mix to suit a particular climate, so you won't have to guess if the grass seed you choose will work in your area. Short variants, longer fescues, heat tolerant, sun and shade (or just sunny or shady!), high traffic…the possibilities are endless.
Soils for Your Lawn Projects
If the soil where you live is less than perfect, Scott’s lawn care has that all sewn up too. They offer lawn soil, top soil, chicken and cow manure, organic compost, and various other soil amendments to give your grass the quality growing medium it needs to thrive. You'll need to use these before planting your seed, or in bare spots.
If you've got a lawn bigger than the size of a postage stamp to plant, or maintain, you'll want to seriously consider purchasing a seed spreader. Scott’s lawn care sells a variety of different sizes, from tiny to super size for those extreme lawns. You can spread your seed by hand, of course, but that often results in uneven coverage. Spreaders guarantee an even coating of seed, and all you have to do is push it along like a mower.