wragle – posted 15 May 2009 14:06
About six weeks ago, I put new tall fescue seed in my yard after doing the prep work (tilling ground) and about a week ago I put down some fertilizer, Bonus S, and just realized there is a precaution to not use it on several grasses including tall fescue. I was wondering why my yard was looking so awesome and then all of a sudden many parts were starting to brown. Is there anything I can do to save my grass?
inland.pest.control – posted 03 June 2009 21:06
tommy – posted 04 June 2009 18:32
Usually you have to apply this product 2 or 3 times to completely kill Tall fescue. Keep the area well watered, (but not soggy), and fertilize in a month with something that doesn’t have weed killer in it. If you ever need a ‘weed&feed’, use Scotts plus 2.
Turfguy_UF – posted 04 June 2009 21:42
x2 on what Tommy said. Watering will dilute the fertilizer and move it through the profile. Just keep the water on and your grass should come back.