Espoma Lawn Food


Espoma Lawn Food is the ultimate all-purpose lawn food for any season!  It’s a rich blend of natural organic ingredients that is fortified with synthetic ingredients so that it covers larger lawns.  It provides slow-release nitrogen to promote a thicker lawn with more vigorous growth. We also add non-staining iron and Bio-tone® microbes to biologically enhance the fertilizer for superior results. Like all Espoma products, no sludges or fillers are ever used. And because it’s made in our state-of-the-art solar powered manufacturing facility, consistency and quality are guaranteed.


  • Slow Release Nitrogen for Thicker, Greener Lawns
  • Contains Non-Staining Iron
  • Enhanced with Bio-tone® beneficial microbes
  • Won’t Burn Lawns or Leach Out of Soil
  • Safe for People, Pets & Planet

For use on:

For use on all lawns: Cool season grasses including bluegrass, fine fescue, tall fescue and perennial ryegrass. Warm season grasses including bentgrass, bermudagrass, St. Augustine grass, zoysiagrass, and centipede grass.

When to use:

Feed any time grass is actively growing.
• Cool season grass: Feed 3-4 times each year: Early Spring, Late Spring (optional), Early Fall and Late Fall.
• Warm season grass: Feed 4-5 times each year: Late Winter, Early Spring, Late Spring, Late Summer, and Fall.

How much to use:

Apply to a dry lawn that has recently been mowed. Use a drop or broadcast spreader and be certain to overlap slightly to prevent striping. Water lightly after the application if rain is not expected within 24 hours.

Established Lawns: Feed at a rate of 3.3 lbs. per 1,000 sq. ft.

New Lawns:
Over-seeding: Feed at a rate of 3.3 lbs. per 1,000 sq. ft. Seed can be sown on the same day of application.
Sodding: Apply to the finished grade soil prior to installation at a rate of 3.3 lbs. per 1,000 sq. ft.

How to apply:

Spreader Setting
Scotts® Broadcast Spreaders 5
Scotts® Drop Spreaders 3.5
Earthway® Drop Spreaders 15
Earthway® Broadcast Spreaders 17
The above spreader settings will vary according to the rate of walk and the mechanical condition of the spreader.  Adjustment to the spreader setting may be required to apply the proper amount.

Available in 20 and 40 lb. bags


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