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Lawn Food: 0-0-25 High Potassium (32 ounce)


0-0-25 Lawn Food is a High Potash formula that preserves and strengthens your lawn in the fall & winter to encourage a healthier, fuller spring & summer. Our versatile formula not only works well alone, but it can also enhance and supplement your existing lawn fertilizing schedule. Great for any lawn and any grass type, it’s time you got the lawn of your dreams.

0-0-25 Lawn Food contains the purest, cleanest NPK we can source. Our decades of research have resulted in formulas that are expertly manufactured with our proprietary manufacturing method, unlike any other product on the market. 

Who Should Use This Product? 0-0-25 Lawn Food is best to be used...

  • To help prepare the lawn for the winter
  • To boost plant immunity
  • To enhance your soil’s mineral content
  • If your lawn is deficient in Potassium or Sulfur

Whether you are looking to maintain your current lawn, correcting nutrient deficiencies, or you are starting your lawn completely from scratch, our customer care team and products have you covered! Contact our team for a custom lawn plan tailored to your lawn’s needs!

Potassium 25% enhances plant tolerance to extreme temperatures and drought, while also playing an essential role in the transfer of nutrients and regulation of water and nutrients.

Sulfur promotes the formation of important enzymes and assists in the production of essential plant proteins while acting as a soil conditioner, adjusting the pH of the soil.

  • Boosts Plant Hardiness & Strength: Helps to Build Resistance Against Disease & Extreme Temperature.
  • Enhances Existing Minerals in the Soil.
  • Corrects Potassium & Sulfur Deficiencies.

  • Covers 3,200 Square Feet
  • Great for All Grass Types
  • Unique, Proprietary Formula 
  • High-Quality Feed Grade Ingredients
  • Ready-To-Use Sprayer Application
  • Proudly Made in the USA

For best results, water the lawn for 20 minutes within 24 hours of application. Water is essential for maintaining your lawn, and your lawn should receive 1-2 inches of water per week. Fertilizer will not treat a lawn that is suffering from disease, pests, weed infestations, or drought, and these conditions should be treated separately.