When it comes to lawn maintenance, fertilizing is a key ingredient for a rich, vibrant lawn year-round. Sprinkler Warehouse carries a full spectrum of top-brand lawn fertilizer and weed killer products ranging from application-specific to all-purpose to water soluble. Experience full-throttled convenience with our fertigation units that inject fertilizer into an irrigation system so the features of your lawn consume healthy nutrients as they’re irrigated.
A lawn is more than grass and plants—it’s an investment for you and a first impression for your guests. With high-quality lawn care brands like EZ-Flo, Sprinkler Magician, and Grow More at our disposal, there’s little excuse for not having a welcoming investment between your front door and the world. Keep your plants in bloom and the weeds at bay with our huge selection of water soluble fertilizer, herbicides, and supplements as well as modern fertilizing systems and the accessories that make them tick.
Experience the ease of installation and operation with EZ-Flo. Our no-hassle EZ-Flo tanks are filled with liquid fertilizer or pesticide and connects to an irrigation system without the need for electricity or additional connections. As water swims through the system, it generates a pressure differential that draws the liquid solution from the tank into the irrigation water. The proportioning device ensures that the correct amount of solution is mixed with the water, providing a consistent and controlled application.
Weeds are competitive players you need to bench before it’s too late. Vigorous and fast-growing, they outperform desirable plants for essential resources like water, sunlight, and nutrients. With our lawn treatment products, along with our how-to guides at Sprinkler School, giving weeds the boot is easier and more affordable than ever.
Fertilizer and Weed Control Frequently Asked Questions
Most herbicides are most effective when applied midday compared to early morning or late evening.
Many brands and types of herbicides can be harmful if not used properly. It’s important to read and follow the instructions on the product label carefully. Some weed killers can be toxic to humans and pets if ingested or if there is excessive exposure. To be safe, it’s recommended to wear protective clothing and keep pets and children away from treated areas until the product has dried.
A general rule of thumb is fertilizing four times a year, mainly every two months during fall, winter, and spring.