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BarkYard™ Good Boy™ Bermuda

$20.00 - $65.00
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Story

Only a yard with thick grass can handle all the fetching, chasing, zooming, and racing that dogs bring to it. For bermudagrass lawns, Good Boy™ helps feed, strengthen, and grow thicker grass, from the soil up.

Why We Love Them

We love any product that gives us more reasons to spend time outside with our dogs. Good Boy™ keeps a well-loved lawn from looking too loved. This nutrient-packed bermudagrass mix delivers three big benefits—boosting soil quality, ensuring lawn durability, and encouraging grass to grow to its potential—in one package. Your yard will look great, no matter how much fun is had out there.

Basics

  • Ingredients: Bermudagrass seed, gypsum, poultry litter, feather meal, NPK (9-1-1)
  • Good Boy™ contains 9% nitrogen, 1% phosphorus, and 1% potassium to help grow a lush lawn.
  • Covers up to 550 sq. ft.
  • Only use on actively growing turf.
  • Safe for dogs when used as directed.

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How to Use

Apply twice a year, ideally once in spring and once in fall.

Directions:

  • Prep the area by mowing to a height of 2 inches, or your mower's lowest setting. Rake or de-thatch to loosen the top layer of soil and get rid of any dead grass or debris.
  • Apply Good Boy™ evenly over your lawn.
  • Water daily (or as needed) to keep the soil surface moist for the first 2 weeks. Once your lawn grows to the desired mowing height, go ahead and mow.
  • After you apply, sweep away any product that lands on your driveway, sidewalk, or street, back onto your lawn.

Don't apply Good Boy™ near water, storm drains, or drainage ditches.

Don't apply if a heavy rain is expected.

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