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Slow Mow Lawn Conditioner

$23.99
  • Exclusive 2-way Action
    • Reduces mowing by up to half
    • Improves turf durability and density
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Improve Turf Density & Durability
Improve Lawn Turf Density & Durability
Improves turf quality, through increased turf density. Frequently reduces watering requirements and increases green color.
Use In Spring or Summer & Fall
Use In Spring or Summer & Fall
For cool season lawn turf, the best time to apply is in the Spring, between April and May when temperatures begin to approach or exceed 60 degrees. For warm season lawn turfs, the best time to apply is Spring through Fall, beginning one month after grass turns green or after second mowing.
Reduce Mowing by up to Half
Reduce Mowing by up to Half
Reduce mowing by up to half for a period of about 4 weeks. Allows for longer intervals between mowings, or quicker and easier mowings. Less time in the lawn is more time
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Slow Mow Lawn Conditioner-10.4 lb. Bag

  • Exclusive 2-way Action
    • Reduces mowing by up to half
    • Improves turf durability and density
  • Allows for longer intervals between mowing
  • Reduce air pollution by mowing less
  • Proven to reduce grass clippings up to 50%
  • Treats 2,600 sq. ft. per bag
  • For use on: Kentucky Bluegrass, Kentucky-31, Centipedegrass, Bentgrass, Bermudagrass, Fescues, Bluegrass/Fescue/Ryegrass Mixtures
  • Do not apply to: St. Augustinegrass, Bahiagrass and Zoysiagrass
  • Spring
  • Summer
  • Cool Season Turf: in the Spring, beginning mid-April through early-May, or when daily highs begin to approach or exceed 60 degrees F for several consecutive days.

    Apply when lawn is actively growing and temperatures are at least in the 50 degrees F.

    Discount use before the onset of hot weather when the grass growth rate normally slows down on its own or when daily highs exceed 75 degrees F for several consecutive days.

    Kentucky bluegrass, Kentucky-31, Fescues, Bentgrass, Bermudagrass, Centipedegrass, Bluegrass/Fescue/Ryegrass mixtures.

    Do not apply to Bahiagrass, St. Augustine or Zoysiagrass.

    Cool Season Turf: 5.2 lbs of product per 1,000 square feet for Kentucky Bluegrass, Fine, Red Fescue, Tall Fescues, Bluegrass/Fescue/Ryegrass Mixtures & Bentgrass, cut at 0.5 inch or higher.

    Cool Season Turf: 6.7 lbs of product per 1,000 square feet for Kentucky-31 Tall Fescue & Perennial Ryegrass.

    Warm Season Turf: 4 lbs of product per 1,000 square feet for Centipedegrass.

    Warm Season Turf: 5.2 lbs of product per 1,000 square feet for Tall Fescues & Common Bermudagrass.

    2,600Sq Ft
    Not for sale in NY.
    STEP 1
    Apply product evenly, using a properly calibrated granular fertilizer spreader which will uniformly distribute the product over the target area.
    STEP 2
    Avoid skips as uneven growth or temporary grass discoloration may occur.
    BROADCAST SPREADERS
    For best results, apply in a circular path starting on the outside and working toward the center. Follow swath width recommendation for your spreader.
    DROP SPREADERS
    First, apply 2 border strips along the edge of each end of the lawn. Then apply product along the length of the lawn, overlapping slightly and shutting off the spreader before turning as you reach the edge of the border strips.
    Slow Mow suppresses the growth of the turfgrass so you do not have to mow your lawn as frequently during the summer.
    The amount you use depends on the type of grass in your yard and the size of your yard. Refer to the back panel of the bag for details. Look for your type of grass and the type of spreader you have for the best results.
    The amount you apply per 1,000 square feet depends on the type of grass. Estimate the size of your yard. Note: a 1000 square foot area is 25 x 40 feet. In an area of known size, and based on your grass type, pour a measured amount of product into the spreader bin. Use a low setting. Test. Determine whether you need to increase or decrease the setting and by how much to achieve the specified application rate.
    This depends on where you live. In the Northern tier of the US, the best time to apply is in the Spring, when your grass is actively growing (you’ve cut it twice) and temperatures are regularly above 60 deg F. Discontinue use in the peak summer months when daily high temperatures exceed 75 deg F for several days. These Northern tier grasses typically have a slower growth rate at this time of year. In the Southern tier of the US, you may apply in the Spring through the fall, beginning after the grass is actively growing (you’ve cut it twice). Discontinue use as daily high temperatures fall consistently below 80deg F.
    Slow-Mow may be applied every 4 weeks in the growing season for your grass, as indicated on the label.
    You can use Slow-Mow on Fescues, Ryegrass, Kentucky Bluegrass, Kentucky-31 Centipedegrass, and mixtures of these grasses.
    No – this product is different. For best results, do not water it in. And avoid application just before a rainfall.
    Yes – do not use Slow-Mow on Zoysiagrass, Bahiagrass, or on any variety of St. Augustinegrass.
    Slow Mow suppresses the growth of the turf, so please do not use when attempting to reseed the lawn. You may use the product on mature, actively growing lawns that are specified on the package. Typically, you can over seed the lawn 60 days after application.