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Old 10-25-2009, 08:55 AM   #1
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fertilizing lawn recently overseeded


I aerated and overseeded my lawn the first week in September. The seed has germinated and new grass has begun to grow. In the past, I have put some kind of winter guard fertilizer on the lawn in early November. Is that kind of product too strong for new grass? Located in PA if that matters.

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You should be fine with a fall fertilizer that is low in nitrogen or has most of it in a timed release granulation. Nitrogen is the first number on the NPK label. T be safe, water the application after you put it on.

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