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Old 05-19-2006, 02:44 PM  
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How soon after a application of this fertiliser can I water the lawn? It has been 5 days and I am wanting to water, but I want to ensure that the fertiliser will not be washed away. Any suggestions would be great. Thank you.


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Default Ask a woman...

The correct response .....men don't read directions
I usually only wait one day, then I water lightly each day as to not wash anything away.

When all else fails......check the directions
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If you're using granules, you should water lightly within a couple days to drive the fertilizer into the soil. (I watch the weather reports and fertilize the day before it's supposed to rain, if I can.)

If you're using liquid, then you've already done it
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