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    Default What to put down at 5 weeks into new lawn

    I overseeded a 13,000 s.f. troubled lawn and applied 10,000 s.f. of fresh seed. I applied the usual starter fertilizer at the time of seed and I would like to know what I should put down now, 5 weeks post application? Location is Southern New England.

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    Default Re: What to put down at 5 weeks into new lawn

    I am applying two applications of starter fertilizer on new lawns about 60 days after the first. This late in the year you might go with a winterizer fertilizer for root growth. I would shy away from the high nitrogen #'s till next year. Have you had a soil analysis recently? That could provide some useful input as to what you really need.

    Can you comment on the grass, color, good bad germination, density?

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    Stonington CT
    Kubota L-45


    I've reapplied the starter fertilizer after the grass has started to grow. I have seen great results doing this, really makes it take off.

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