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Gordon's® Liquid Lawn & Pasture Fertilizer 20-0-0 with Micronutrients, 2-1/2 gal.

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Fertilizer | Brand : Gordon's® | Plant Type : Lawn & Pastures | Formula : 20-0-0 | Consistency : Liquid | Package Size : 2.5 gal. | Package Width : 8-1/2 in. | Package Length : 6-1/4 in. | Package Height : 14 in. | Package Weight : 25 lb. More

Gordon's® Liquid Lawn & Pasture Fertilizer 20-0-0 with Micronutrients makes for strong, healthy grass for you enjoyment or you livestock.
  • Concentrated formula
  • 20-0-0 liquid fertilizer with micronutrients
  • Can be applied throughout the year for healthier lawns and pastures
  • May be mixed with amine-based herbicides
  • Treats up to 15,000 sq. ft.
  • 2-1/2 gal.
 
Gordon's® Liquid Lawn & Pasture Fertilizer 20-0-0 with Micronutrients, 2-1/2 gal. is rated 5.0 out of 5 by 5.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from "The Dirty Little Secret" no one tells you about.. My wife and I have been trying to get our roughly 8000 square feet of lawn to grow lush and green with multiple failures, wasted time and money and aggravation. I stumbled across an article outlining the affects fast-acting liquid fertilizer has on vegetation; namely grass. No major "big-box" store seems to carry a liquid fertilizer for the purpose of fertilizing lawns. They only have small hose-attached bottles for gardens. I found this 2.5 gallong bottle of fertilizer at TSC and applied it using a Fimco 15 gallon sprayer (also purchased from TSC) that I lay into the utility wagon of my lawn tractor and power the pump with the tractor’s battery. Gordon's is somewhat vague on the specifics of the application, so I made several on-line inquiries for clarification. Unfortunately I made the inquiries AFTER the application. Here are my thoughts: 1) GORDON’S SAYS: Apply according to the instructions on the bottle. Considering my sprayer uses a hand wand I had to be sure I covered all areas equally as I didn't use a boom sprayer. As I new I would have some overspray, I wore an N95 mask to capture an aerosolized particles, safety glasses and vinyl gloves to protect my hands. Perhaps a little overkill but I wanted to be safe. Just a light coat is all that is needed. Liquid fertilizer is absorbed primarily through the surface greens with secondary absorption through the roots. Do NOT water it in. I did, and I shouldn't have. Even more important, any expected rain or irrigation should be two days away. 2) GORDON’S SAYS: You should apply it when your grass is showing signs of growth, NOT when it is still dormant. For my tall fescue, it wakes up when the ground temperatures hit the 55 degree range. The air temperatures during the days should probably be in the upper 60s to 70s to really kick cool seasons grasses into high gear growth rates. I applied it in when the air temperatures were in the 50s. Though there was a warm up about 10 days later where air temps went into the upper 60s. 3) GORDON’S SAYS: Be careful not to spray anything but your grass. I had some slight overspray on a few plants and saw some burn. They do appear to be recovering however. 4) GORDON’S SAYS: Any changes to the lawn should be visible within 3-4 days. After the application, you should see the start of new growth by the lawn turning a deep green. My lawn responded later than this. I summarize why in the note at the end of the review. 5) GORDON’S SAYS: If you see growth in some areas but not in others it is OK to re-spray those areas with expected overspray on the advanced growth. If the lawn isn't mowed you might see areas where the lawn is growing more vigorous than in other areas. That's a good indication that you've missed a few spots. 6) GORDON’S SAYS: Once the grass begins to show signs of growth, it is important to begin a watering routine. Grass grows very vigorous with a strong and steady supply of nitrogen, but not without water. We've been very dry here in Connecticut so I've had the sprinkler going for 15 minutes first thing in the AM and then another 15 minutes in the later afternoon. I would of course time my watering with any rain we may have. I’ll also back off the watering once the lawn reaches a thick 3” deep, as some areas already are. The deeper the grass, the more moisture retention the surface will have as the amount of sunlight penetrating to the first one inch above the ground greatly reduces evaporation. If you begin to see signs of decay (yellowing and stem rot) you're watering too much or too late in the afternoon. I saw this, backed off the watering to 8 minutes every other day and the decay went away rather quickly as the rot dried out. 7) GORDON’S SAYS: Reapply when the lawn's color begins to lose that deep green or the growth between mowings (in my case in the dead heat of the summer) is barely noticeable. I'm not there yet of course, but I will be keeping an eye on things. Results: Just that, RESULTS. We've finally experienced that deep, lush green lawn we've desired. I applied the fertilizer a little over a month ago. While results were slower than 3-4 days (I watered it in, washing away perhaps 50% or more of the fertilizer) and it was cold (50s) we still have the thickest and greenest yard in the neighborhood. I can only imagine what the lawn growth would have been if I actually applied it properly. I will make another application in May if the temperatures are still appropriate, with maintenance applications of Gordon's 10-10-10 throughout the summer and then 20-0-0 come mid-September with another in mid-October. I hope this review helps others with their lawn problems. We've invested many hours, dollars and products into our yard and have tried "it all." I am comfortable saying that this solution is the best I’ve experienced. Of course, I still recommend getting your soil tested as we did. It’s good to know what you have. UCONN has a great department that will test your soil should you be in the New England area. Should I see any changes in the applications or have other thoughts I will attempt to make updates to this review. Happy Lawn-Caring!
Date published: 2012-04-20
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I love the liquid lawn I have been using the liguid lawn fertilizer now fo 2 years, i enjoy and get better results from it than I was the granular form. One reason is i can mix other things with it and really cuts down on my time of spraying.
Date published: 2010-08-19
Rated 5 out of 5 by from green and full lawn I used this in partnership with one of your liquid weed killers in my pull-behind lawn sprayer last year and found it to be easy to apply and I got great results with weed control and had the best looking grass and thickest lawn in years. What was especially nice was the fact that I didn't have to use more than two applications over the season and did very little watering to maintain the lush-look of my yard. The thing I had to be careful of was not getting too close to our flower plantings because I was using it in combination with a weed killer. Being as my applications were liquid made the job quick and easy and I believe much more effective than using the granular stuff. I have found that the prices for these products are always lowest at TSC and are always in stock and I have already purchased this year's supply.
Date published: 2010-02-04
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Better than expected I bought this product 3 weeks ago, and have to say that it exceeded my expectations. I normally use liquid fertilizers on my lawn, but have much more experience with higher end products that include micro-nutrients. I was looking for a straight nitrogen source that I could tank mix with herbicide when spraying weeds in my lawn. This did exactly what I was looking for. The biggest surprise for me was how much darker green my lawn became. I feed my lawn regularly, and wouldn't think it would be deficient in any nutrients, specifically nitrogen. I soil test annually and feed the lawn per the reccomendation. my My other comment would be that I am surprised how long the additional N lasted. Also-no burn in the lawn when I applied it. It is surprising how quickly the lawn responds to a folier feed vs. Granular feeding. Would definitely reccomend this product to anyone. Hope you have as good of results as I had!
Date published: 2014-08-13
  • Brand - Gordon's®
  • Consistency - Liquid
  • Coverage Area - 15,000 sq. ft.
  • Formula - 20-0-0
  • Package Height - 14 in.
  • Package Length - 6-1/4 in.
  • Package Size - 2.5 gal.
  • Package Weight - 25 lb.
  • Package Width - 8-1/2 in.
  • Plant Type - Lawn & Pastures
  • Manufacturer Part Number - 7471122