G&B Organics

G&B Organics Lawn Fertilizer

40 lbs (18.2kg) bag

G&B Organics

G&B Organics Lawn Fertilizer

40 lbs (18.2kg) bag

Details

Ideal for all warm-season or cool grasses and new lawns from seed, sod or sprigs.

  • Works with all types of grasses in all seasons
  • Use on established lawns or new sod
  • Contains beneficial soil microbes plus mycorrhizae

Application rate
18 LB – Covers 2,000 sq ft of lawn
40 LB – Covers 4,400 sq ft of lawn

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Only available in AZ, CA, HI, ID, OR, NV, UT, WA.

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Best Uses in the Garden

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Lawns

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All Season Grass

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Develops strong root

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Enriching Soil

Designed to enrich your native soil.

G&B ORGANICS LAWN FERTILIZER is perfect for creating a thicker, greener lawn. It’s made from natural ingredients that feed the soil and dissolve quickly. This fertilizer is great for all types of lawns as it helps to develop strong root systems while adding essential nutrients that will be beneficial on new sod or established lawns.

PROVEN ORGANIC

All of our products are listed by the Organic Materials Review Institute (OMRI), the leading non-profit, internationally recognized third party accredited by the USDA’s National Organic Program (NOP). That means every ingredient and every process that goes into making our products has been verified 100% compliant as organic, all the way to the original source. Look for the OMRI logo on the bag, ensuring every product is proven organic.

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Regitered Organic Input Material certified CDFA
OMRI Listed for Organic Use Seal

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