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    Using fertilzer

    I have a bunch of Scott's fertilizer in my shed, from all different seasons, some still in bags, some in bins (meaning I don't remember what season they were for). My front lawn (about an acre) needs some fertilizer, and I want to just use what I have in my tow-behind spreader. So my question is, how big a deal is it if you use the wrong season fertilizer in the spring?
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    Not bad at all. Mix 'er up.

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    anything is going to help in the spring. Most spring blends are heavy on the Nitrigen to help replenish what was and boost from the winter but the lawn just wants food.

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    Thanks guys. I think some of it even contains Halts, I'm assuming that won't be an issue either? I do have too much crabgrass in the front yard, but it has not yet started to come up.
    Randy
    New: 2017 JD 2032R. R3 turf, 220R FEL with Single Point, 7-iron 60D MMM, Artillian Diverter; 2019 Z740r
    Previous: 2012 JD 1026R, R3 turf, H-120 FEL, 7-iron 60D MMM
    Attached: EA Wicked 55 Grapple, iMatch, Heavyhitch w/8x42lb, JD BB5060L, JD LR5060L, JLF-2242 forks, Shaver 101 PHD, Countyline 48" rotary cutter
    Tow Behind: Trac-Vac 880, JD10 Cart, Countyline 25 ton splitter
    Stihl: MS180CB-E; MS391; HT101; FS110; HS81T; BR600 Magnum
    Critters: Bees, Chickens, Maremmas

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    I would just mix it all together and spread it. Pretty much any fertilizer is going to be a good thing this time of year. The grass is hungry.
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