Are you looking for a solution to outwit the crabgrass and broadleaf weeds that want to invade your lawn?

Fertilome for all Seasons II Lawn Food Plus Crabgrass and Weed Preventer keeps those weeds under control and fertilizes your lawn.

When winter ends and temperatures begin to warm up, buy some Fertilome for all Seasons II to get a head start on a beautiful lawn. Apply this product to your lawn in early spring or fall 2 to 3 weeks before seed germination.

This product contains prodiamine, a preemergent herbicide that prevents the crabgrass and broadleaf seeds from germinating. Depending on weather conditions, it will keep these weeds from germinating for 6 to 8 months. You won’t need to reapply the weed killer all summer long because it will last into the fall months!

For maximum benefits, irrigate with ½” of water after applying Fertilome for all Seasons II, or apply it before a rainstorm that gives up to ½ inch of rain!

We sell Fertilome in a 20-lb. bag that covers up to 5,000 square feet of ground. It comes in granules, ready to use with no extra preparation needed.

Is Fertilome Lawn Food Plus Crabgrass and Weed Preventer safe for pets? If you follow the instructions on the package label, this product is pet-safe.

Fertilome for all Seasons II is a fertilizer with a formulation of 16-0-8 and includes trace elements to enhance your lawn.

What do the numbers in a fertilizer formula stand for?

The formula for Fertilome for All Seasons II Lawn Food Plus Crabgrass and Weed Preventer has a formula of 16-0-8. These numbers stand for three important nutrients required for healthy plant growth – nitrogen, phosphorus, and potassium.

The number 16 means there is 16% nitrogen in the bag of fertilizer. Nitrogen helps plants produce chlorophyll, speeding growth and giving your lawn a dark green color.

The second number in the formula stands for the percentage of phosphorus in the product. Phosphorus aids in root development and increases the amount and size of blooms on a plant. Phosphorus is important when seeding a new lawn or planting a new tree to give it a healthy start.

The last number shows that All Seasons II has 8% Potassium. Potassium serves many functions in healthy plant growth. It guards against disease, protects the plant during a drought, help a plant to tolerate cold, improves root development, and aids the process of photosynthesis.

Besides these three key ingredients, there are other nutrients and filler products in the fertilizer mixture. The fillers help you easily apply the fertilizer over a large area.

Knowing what these numbers mean can help you make a good decision on the kind of fertilizer your yard or plants need. If you are serious about a lush green lawn, you can do a soil test to learn exactly what your soil and plants need to produce beautiful vegetation.


A plant food that produces beautiful blooms now!

The formula for Blooming and Rooting Soluble Plant Food is 9-58-8. This plant food is 58% phosphorus with enough nitrogen and potassium to stimulate healthy plant growth.

Because this plant food is high in phosphorus, it strengthens roots, produces lovelier blooms, and aids fruit development. This product was designed especially for tomatoes, roses, orchids, pansies, and other blooming and fruit-bearing plants.

This plant food can be applied several ways.

  • Container plants. Put 1 teaspoon in a gallon of water. Soak the soil in the flower pot until the water drips out the drainage holes. Use this solution each time you water until you have a healthy, blooming plant. For maintaining a healthy plant after that, you can use ½ teaspoon in a gallon of water.
  • Foliage feeding for outdoor plants. Mix 1 tablespoon of plant food in a gallon of water. Use a watering can and thoroughly wet the leaves with the solution.
  • Foliage feeding for container plants. Dissolve ¼ teaspoon of plant food in a quart of water for foliar feeding of plants in flower pots. Wet the leaves well.
  • With foliage feeding, the leaves take in the solution immediately. This gives the plant nutrients quickly, providing fast results if a plant has stopped blooming or if the leaf color is fading.
  • Outdoor plants. For outdoor plants in your garden and flower beds, mix 2 tablespoons of plant food in a gallon of water. Apply 1 quart per one square foot of soil. For best results, this solution can be applied every 7 to 14 days during the growing season.
  • Rooting solution. Dilute a teaspoon of the Blooming and Rooting mix in a gallon of water. Right after planting, saturate the root area of the plant. If you are planting a large plant in a one-gallon container or bigger, slowly pour the plant food mixture into the hole as you add the soil around the plant roots.

    At Oak Lane Structures, we sell this versatile Fertilome Rooting and Blooming Plant Food in two sizes – 8 oz. and 1.5 lb. This concentrated, water-soluble fertilizer will help improve your “green thumb”!