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Johnpettigrew
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Sunday Lawn Care
Has anybody tried their service? I was looking at it and it seems pretty cool. You provide soil samples, and they mix the chemicals for you in a bag that attaches to your garden hose to spray. Pretty cheap at $200 for treating all year as the seasons change.


Sev09
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re: Sunday Lawn Care
I just signed up two days ago. If you preorder, it’s only like $140. Great deal. It’s also a plus that it’s all natural and organic material - safe for kids, marine life (I’m on a lake), and pets.

I should be getting my first “Spring up” box next week.
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Johnpettigrew
Member since Sep 2017
412 posts

re: Sunday Lawn Care
Yeah I must have missed the preorder part. At that price, I think it's worth trying. Thanks for the info


dlambe5
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re: Sunday Lawn Care
I just signed up. Mine was $140.


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RJL2
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re: Sunday Lawn Care
I signed up as well. I planned on making a thread with my results.


avidday
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re: Sunday Lawn Care
What are you guys going to do for weed control?


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dlambe5
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re: Sunday Lawn Care
Did you get your first shipment in yet?


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notsince98
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re: Sunday Lawn Care
quote:

What are you guys going to do for weed control?


The great thing about organic lawn care is the grass thrives to the point that it chokes out weeds mostly on its own. It is easy to hand pick the 2 or 3 stragglers per week.

Or, spot spraying is an option, too. You can still do a full lawn weed treatment just try avoiding the pre-emergents. The more chemicals you use on the lawn, the more microbials you kill off. The microbials are what make an organic lawn thrive, or every lawn for that matter.
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HeavyCore
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re: Sunday Lawn Care
I want to do it, but it says my lawn is too big. This product is only for lawns under 7,500 sq ft of lawn.

I feel like I have an average sized plot.


notsince98
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re: Sunday Lawn Care
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I want to do it, but it says my lawn is too big. This product is only for lawns under 7,500 sq ft of lawn.

I feel like I have an average sized plot.


I'm sure if you call they have a program for you but a lot over 7,500 ft is pretty good sized. The price will probably go up by quite a bit.


avidday
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re: Sunday Lawn Care
It said my lawn was over 7500 and then I asked for a resize/requote. It came back with a red line around my yard from the satellite image and it ended up a lot less than 7500.

And no I haven’t received mine yet


dlambe5
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