I’d leave it a little while longer before re-seeding . this is because the 4 in 1 type applications often contain a pre-emergent treatment which prevents any seed from germinating – you’ll see here that Rolawn recommend a gap of at least four weeks.
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“I am not lost, for I know where I am. But however, where I am may be lost.” Winnie the Pooh
Thank you in advance
You said you had mostly weed and not much grass. These 4 in 1 feeds will have killed the weeds, which will normally mean you have patches and space between grass. But, you can rake over the areas to lift the thatch. This usually stimulates growth of grass. But because I can’t see what the patch looks like now, it’s hard to say if it’s worth putting new seed down or wait after raking over. It sounds like you only need to do patches here and there. Feeding a lawn is just one part of the job. Having grass can take up 70% of your time. It’s on-going and never ending. And that’s just cutting it.
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I would really like expert advice and hear if anyone has had similar experiences. I know there has been other 4 in 1 threads but I don’t think it was used everywhere on their lawn.
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Miracle-Gro EverGreen Complete 4 in 1 is high in Nitrogen and Potassium which feeds the lawn and ensures thicker, greener grass with stronger roots, ready to absorb water and nutrients better than ever before.
Q2: How soon will I see results?
I cover all this in my video below or if you prefer to keep reading then be my guest 🙂
In this article I’ll be working on a thicker healthier lawn with tips on how to control broadleaf weeds such as dandelions, clovers and plantains.
What to use?
To determine the size of your lawn multiply the length by the width in meters and you can work out the application rate for what you’ll need.
Today I’m going to be using an 4 in 1 lawn food, weed control and moss control treatment.
Moving on to what’s inside so you can see this is an all-in-one product, it feed kills weeds and moss, high in nitrogen for a greener lawn 7 days and high potassium for a thick and tougher lawn.