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I Michael Bowman as B Y D try to maintain the thoughts of the average homeowner. Some of the You-tubers have forgotten about you. the product here is called …

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  1. Quick question:
    I was planning to Power Rake my yard, then aerate, overseed, then top dress with topsoil (I have 50 bags of topsoil).

    But because I have a lot of weeds I'm thinking about taking your suggestion and just Power Rake and use weed & feed.

    Would you suggest to still put the topsoil down before or after I use the weed/feed? And then aerate once the weeds are gone?

    Should I still overseed or wait until weeds are gone?
    Thanks

  2. YOUR THE MAN MIKE KEEP PLUGGING AWAY CAN'T GET ENOUGH VIDEO , FYI IM WITH YA ON THE CHANGE OVER ITS TIME TO MOVE ON FROM MILO CANT GET IT ANYWAY , only big change is $22 on amazon compared to 15 at my local HD

  3. How about a shoot out BYD, one lawn Milo and the other purely organic. Have updates through out the summer to see which product reigns supreme. Love to see that. Then the yard fanatics would know.

  4. I went with perennial rye (Pennington Fairway) this year. My results (patchy due to wash out) are not as good as your controlled area, although I did a 1:1 mix with Ringer while my Bermuda was dormant.

    Did you use annual rye?

    I gave up on Milorganite 2 years ago. I don’t have a pickup yet, and there’s no way I was transporting that in the Tahoe again. Online prices aren’t any better.

    If the rye doesn’t hold once summer hits (Zone 9). I’ll try Yukon next spring 1:1 with Scott’s starter fert.

    Edit: I wonder if I could get away with adding a granular pesticide to the mix.

  5. Fertilizer is actually the wrong word here. This product is actually lawn food that is made up of proteins and various other waste products from food processing facilities. It actually has no manure in it, but is a rather complex blend of food grade substances. Kind of like the recycling of products that would otherwise end up in dumps, landfills, etc. This is a NON CHEMICAL product which I know is far superior to any of these other type lawn supplements on the market. Give this stuff a try. It is totally ORGANIC and will not harm anything in your yard.

  6. you did a video on a bottle of WEED STOP spray I believe it's spectracide in a black spray bottle that I got from Home Depot my question is are you supposed to dilute that with water and then spray it or just straight from the bottle because I've been spraying it just the way I bought it from the bottle but the yards that I'm spraying it on there huge and that's a ton of bottles that I'm using up so is it possible to dilute it and would it work the same way

  7. Big bro I just started to watch your channel and appreciate the infol. I live in Texas and just sprayed the Bayer weed control and the image red label. I hope I kill off the bluegrass and crabgrass.

  8. BYD! My man!
    I am still fighting out of control weeds…
    But I am so happy U posted this/made this recommendation.
    When the lawn looks good (80%+ being weed free) would U recommend this over say Scott's Weed and Feed?
    I ask because, I have always used Scott's because it says it wont burn Ur grass… but let's face it… the product price has gone through the roof.
    So, use this and another broad weed Killer? Or once the lawn is where it should be, Scott's?
    What's Ur opinion?

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