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jerome8283

05:49PM | 04/13/06
Member Since: 12/19/04
11 lifetime posts
Bvlawn
Has anyone ever tried Scott's Lawn Care service and have an opinion one way or the other? Thanks.


bcvolk

05:48PM | 05/15/06
Member Since: 05/14/06
3 lifetime posts
Yes, I've tried it. I works well but I've had luck using store brand products as well. The weed and feed is a must and in my opinion, the most important part of the service. I even use the Scott's weed and feed and then for the remainder of the year, I'll use a store brand application, either from Farm n Fleet or Lowe's. But I'm sure any home and garden center has adequate products. Scotts.com even has a section where you can sign up for application reminders, e-mail tips, etc. Hope this helps.

Handyman

10:35AM | 05/16/06
Member Since: 11/18/98
188 lifetime posts
I use it here in Florida.

They gave a very thorough free report and analysis. You don't even need to use them to get it. When I talked to the technician he was very knowledgable on the chemicals they were applying. Whether they were harmful to pets, kids etc. And if I needed to water and cut before or after application. This is the first year I am using them so I will see how green my lawn gets.

jerome8283

10:48AM | 05/16/06
Member Since: 12/19/04
11 lifetime posts
Yes, I received the report as well. I decided not to use them this year due to other financial priorities.
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