Ward's Southwest Kansas Blend Lawn Fertilizer Plus Weed Control is a 5-Round program to keep your lawn at its best health. Each round is specially formulated to effectively enhance our Kansas alkaline soils. Available in 2 sizes:
5,000 sq. ft. @ $36.99
10,000 sq. ft. @ $60.99
Round 1- Spring Feed with Crabgrass Preventer
Prevent crabgrass, sand-burs and other grassy type weeds with this
effective blend of pre-emergent herbicide with complete fertilizer.
Apply in Early Spring (March - April)
Round 2- Spring Feed Plus Broadleaf Weed Control
Control dandelions, clovers, chickweed, milkweed and other Broadleaf Weeds while giving your lawn the micro-nutrients it needs. Apply this round to a damp lawn and water in after 2 days. Apply in Late Spring (April - June)
Round 3- Summer Feed
Give your lawn a "Boost of Green" with this round of 20-3-8 fertilizer.
Summer Application (June - August)
Round 4- Fall Feed Plus Broadleaf Weed Control
Similar to Round 2, apply in Late Summer through Fall (August - November)
Round 5- Winterizer
This winterizer application will fertilize your lawn to encourage a healthy root system
for excellent Spring green up! Apply in Late Fall - Winter (November - December)
Best selling bug defense for lawns, trees, shrubs, flowers, fruits, vegetables, outside surfaces of buildings, sidewalks, patios, porches, & more. Helps control over 100 insects/pests including species of ant, cricket, spider, flea, tick, mite, moth, caterpillar, beetle, gnat, fly, chinch bug, & more!
Available in RTS & Concentrate.
Use on Lawns & Other Turf Areas Such as Recreational Areas, Rangeland, Permanent Pastures, Ornamentals, Landscapes, Greenhouses & Most Crops including, but not limited to tree nuts, citrus, stone fruit, tree fruits soybeans and vegetables.
Nolo Bait™ is an EPA registered biological control for grasshoppers, including Mormon crickets. Nolo Bait™ contains naturally occurring Nosema locustae spores. These spores are uniformly applied to flaky wheat bran at a rate of at least 1 billion spores per pound of bran. The bran is consumed by the grasshoppers and they become infected with the spores.