Friday, April 13, 2012

Time to Feed Your Lawn!

This is a Sponsored post written by me on behalf of Scotts® for SocialSpark. All opinions are 100% mine.

There's no doubt that spring has arrived, well, maybe other than the snow that blanketed the mountain last night!  Don't get too upset, it looks like temperatures in the 70's will return to us next week!  With the awesome weather we have had the last 2 weeks, I can't believe how my lawn has greened up!  It is looking better than some, and yes, it had help.  I few weeks ago I posted about the benefits of using Scott's brand fertilizer products, and with the success I'm seeing from using my first application of Scotts Fertilizer With Crabgrass Preventer.  Last year we had a lot of trouble with crabgrass, and decided to give this blend a try.  Well, the results look great!  The grass is greening up nicely, and we do not see any crabgrass sprouting up! 

Many of you have heard me talk about the Snap Pac System.  Well, for those who haven't, here's my take on why I like it so much!  For those that have read my reviews of this product before, after our trials with it this spring I can say you really need to give it a try!

I HATE guessing the right adjustments to set my spreaders to get the right coverage amount!  I often find that it gets applied unevenly with my guesswork.  Well, Scotts has eliminated the guesswork, and made the process a lot more convenient!  I am excited to give the new Scotts® Snap® Spreader System a go on my lawn this year.  No more guessing where to set the spreader.  No more spills while trying to fill the spreader!  The Snap Pac connects directly to the Snap Spreader, so "filling" the spreader is not required.  The system will auto set the flow rate.  No more changing the settings!  Have you ever had the trouble of over spray?  Unique edge guards will keep the product where you want it, on the lawn!  No more damaging my wife's flower beds!

When you are done, simply remove the Snap Pac and it will self-seal for easy storage.  Now you can keep that bag on a shelf.  No more half empty bags on the floor.

So why am I sharing this today?  There are some great promotions and contests for Scotts Snap Spreader Systems out there right now, and this is a great time to prepare for the spring season.  I'm all about helping our viewers find deals and offers to help the wallet out!  Visit the Scotts® Snap® Spreader System website for more details on these great products!  Also, be sure to visit Snap perks on Facebook

Right now you can find some great deals on the Scotts Snap Spreader System.  They are available at most home and gardening stores (Home Depot, Lowes, Wal-Mart, Ace, and True Value) at great sale prices.  For those in the Garfield County area, Travis Shakespear informed me just the other day that he has the Snap Spreader System available at his store.  With a mail in rebate and the sale price the spreader will be practically paid for, and it will be as you were just purchasing the fertilizer for it!  What a deal!  Take advantages of offers like this before they are gone, and hook yourself up with the Scotts® Snap® Spreader System save a lot of time and frustration this year!

You will also find a the Snap Spreader bags of fertilizer in a variety of mixes, perfect for all lawn conditions, young, old, distressed, and over-ran by weeds.  You can bet Scotts has the perfect mix to meet your needs.

Did you know that Snap perks on Facebook has daily contests where you can win great prizes?  How about winning a trip for 2 to the 2012 MLB All Star Game, and World Series?  Be sure to visit the page and "like" them there!  It's a great place to hear from others, and also find advice from Scotts to help you achieve that perfect lawn.

Your Grass is Alive…and the single most important thing you can do for it is feed it. And Now its easier to do so with Scotts® Snap® Spreader System! Now you can get a beautiful lawn without the mess and guesswork. All you have to do is just Snap, Lock and Go! Get a great lawn in a ---- Snap®!



 

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