The 4 in 1 type lawn feed-and-weed stuff I put on earlier in the year says it can be used for a second time around now. There is also an Autumn Care product available from the same company. I had read in a couple of places that feeding any nitrogen-rich feed to a lawn at this time of year wasn't good because it stimulates growth at the wrong time of year. I think the Autumn Care product has about 6% nitrogen whereas the other is more than double.
I'm more interested in suppressing weeds at the moment, so what is the best thing to do?
- Just use the 4-in-1. It will be fine
- Use Autumn Care. It has less nitrogen so it is good at this time of year
- Just leave it all to die back and tackle in the spring
- Something else