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Bradfield Organics Luscious Lawn 9-0-0 Corn Gluten, 40 lb Bag

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Weight: 40.00 lbs

Nitrogen-rich corn delivers a lush, green lawn plus kids and pets can immediately play right after application!

This slow-release fertilizer is a natural by-product of cornstarch and corn syrup production. Contains nitrogen, amino acids, and minerals. Helps to relieve heat stress and promotes winter cold-hardiness.

Kids and pets can immediately play on areas immediately after application of this fertilizer. Non-burning, spreadable granules can even be applied near waterways. An Earth-friendly way to green up your lawn, or topdress your flower beds, roses, and vegetable gardens. Sold in 40 pound bags. Do not apply just prior to seeding your lawn. Apply spring and fall at 20 lb per 1,000 sq ft.fall at 20 lb per 1,000 sq ft.


  • 9-0-0 formula
  • Corn gluten meal, 60% protein = 9% nitrogen in slow release form
  • 40 lb bag
  • Take extra care when applying near newly seeded areas, and do not apply to areas where you wish to plant grass seed, as product will prevent the seeds from germinating for up to 60 days
  • Total Nitrogen (N)......9%

Product Features

  • Slow releasing, nitrogen rich fertilizer with amino acids and minerals for the greenest turf in the neighborhood. Also excellent on flowerbeds and vegetable gardens

Product Benefits

  • Environmentally friendly and non-burning - Safe around children and pets
  • Non-Polluting - Safe around lakes and streams
  • Relieves heat stress in summer; promotes winter cold-hardiness


Product is covered by AM Leonard's 30 day satisfaction guarantee

Application Rates

For turf lawn application, make 2 applications per year at 20 lbs per 1000 sq.ft. 1st application should be around late February to mid April, or when ground temperatures reach the 50 degree range, and again in the fall in September or October. For flower bed application, you should add a third application at the beging of summer, late May to early June.

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