Triple Action Lawn Fertilizer Plus 12lb. Bag
Triple Action Lawn Fertilizer Plus 24lb. Bag

This product was previously sold as Bayer Advanced.

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Feed your lawn on all 3 levels – grass, roots and soil
  • Micro-Feed Action™ creates a more nutritious, resilient root zone environment
  • Improves turf nutrition at every level for up to 3 MONTHS
    • Grass – greens, thickens lawn
    • Roots – builds strong roots 
    • Soil – feeds and fortifies soil
  • Apply to any type of grass during any season when grass is actively growing¹
  • 12 lb. Granules treat up to 5,000 sq. ft.
  • 24 lb. Granules treat up to 10,000 sq. ft.
  • 50% slow-release formula
  • Contains: 30.0% Nitrogen; 4.0% Soluble Potash; 3.43% Sulfur; 2.5% Iron; 3.29% Chlorine
  • Fertilizer Analysis: 30-0-4 slow-release fertilizer


Micro-Feed Action™ helps:

  • Nutrient uptake during and between feedings

  • Improve and fortify roots

 

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Registration pending in CA, IL and ND.

1Check with your local Cooperative Extension Agency for the most ideal application timing.

Micro-Feed Action™ is a trademark of SBM Life Science Corp.

 

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Frequently Asked Questions & Answers

Step 1: Adjust spreader to proper settings. See spreader settings.

Step 2: Place spreader on a hard surface (driveway or patio) and add enough fertilizer to cover the area to be treated. Sweep up any spills and add the spilled material to the spreader or back into the bag.

Step 3: Apply granules evenly over the lawn, starting with the border of the lawn and then move inward to fill the center. See illustrations on the back of the package for tips on how to apply Triple Action Lawn Fertilizer Plus with your spreader type.

Step 4: Sweep, brush or blow excess material off of driveways, sidewalks, etc. and back onto the lawn.

Step 5: Pour leftover fertilizer back in the bag. Tightly close original bag and store in a cool, dry place.

This product can be applied to actively growing turf in the spring, summer or fall. Application timing depends on the type of grass you have and where you live. Fertilizing should always coincide with the natural growth cycles of the type of grass you grow.

For cool-season grasses, such as Kentucky Bluegrass, Fescues, Bentgrass, and Ryegrasses, the most important time to fertilize is in fall and spring, just before their vigorous growth periods. In cold winter areas, don’t fertilize until the grass begins “greening-up” in spring. That means it’s beginning to grow. Avoid fertilizing cool-season grasses in the heat of summer. Summer feeding can weaken the turf and promote disease. Your local cooperative extension service can give you exact timing for your area. 

For warm-season grasses, such as Bermudagrass, St. Augustinegrass, Centipedegrass, Zoysiagrass, Bahiagrass and Carpetgrass, the most important time to feed is from spring through summer. In some southernmost areas with longer growing seasons, fall is also acceptable. Wait to fertilize warm-season lawns in spring until after the second mowing. This will ensure they’re actively growing. In fall, make sure to fertilize no closer than six weeks before the first historical frost date in your area. Fertilizing too early or too late can weaken the turf and lessen hardiness. Your local cooperative extension service can give you exact timing for your area.

Before application, mow lawn first to ensure tall grass does not interfere with spreader functionality. Do not apply near water, storm drains or drainage ditches. Do not apply if heavy rain is expected. Check with your county or city government to determine if there are local regulations or restrictions for fertilizer use.

The 12 lb. Granules treat up to 5,000 sq. ft. of lawn

The 24 lb. Granules treat up to 10,000 sq. ft. of lawn

There are two types of spreaders designed for applying lawn fertilizer granules: broadcast (aka rotary) and drop. When applying BioAdvanced™ Triple Action Lawn Fertilizer Plus using a broadcast spreader setting, make sure each strip overlaps the previous strip to ensure complete coverage. When applying Triple Action Lawn Fertilizer Plus using a drop spreader setting, make sure the wheels overlap the wheel marks in the grass from the previous strip to ensure complete coverage.

NOTE: Do not use a spreader that applies granules in narrow, concentrated or uneven bands. Settings are approximate. The condition of your spreader, the speed at which you walk and uneven terrain may affect the rate of application. Calibrate your spreader according to manufacturer’s directions.

Because soil quality varies from region-to-region and yard-to-yard, Triple Action Lawn Fertilizer Plus uses Micro-Feed Action to improve nutrient uptake during and between feedings. Micro-nutrients are needed in much smaller amounts than macronutrients (Nitrogen and Potassium), but can be very important in certain soil types.

Iron is important for chlorophyll formation, photosynthesis and nitrogen metabolism. It helps provide the deep green color to turf. Deficiencies may show as chlorosis (yellowing) of young leaves.

You should see results in 3-10 days.

For sustained feeding apply once every three months during the growing season. Please read the label for additional application tips and directions and check with your local Cooperative Extension Agency for best application timing.

This product is guaranteed not to burn, provided you read and follow all label instructions.

Available Sizes & Product Labels

12 lb. Bag
Treats up to 5,000 sq. ft.
24 lb. Bag
Treats up to 10,000 sq. ft.

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