Model # 24590

Internet #202240857

Store SKU #107312

Scotts Snap Pac Fertilizer Weed and Feed 4,000 sq. ft.


Snap Pac Fertilizer Weed and Feed 4,000 sq. ft.

  • Snap, Lock and GO!
  • Feeds grass for a thicker, greener lawn
  • Quick and easy lawn care system

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Product Overview

Featuring a formula that feeds your lawn while working to kill invading weeds, the Scotts Snap-Pac 13.46 lb.. Weed and Feed Lawn Fertilizer is designed for use with the Snap lawn care system. The product attaches to the Snap Spreader and automatically sets the proper application rate for your convenience. Slow-release formula is designed for use in the spring and the fall when weeds are growing.

  • Use with the Snap Spreader for minimal-mess application and cleanup
  • Builds strong, deep roots
  • Kills weeds such as dandelions, white clover, chickweed, plantain and ragweed
  • Covers up to 4,000 sq. ft.
  • Apply in spring or fall when weeds are actively growing
  • 25-0-4 fertilizer analysis
  • What is the Best Fertilizer for my Yard?
  • Note: Product may vary by store

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Customer Questions & Answers

Are the snap bags refillable?

once the bag is empty can it be refilled?
Asked by: skamom
Yes, we purchased all the fertilizer/insect products we would use for our lawn in the snap bags, once empty we cut a slit in the front of the bags near the top. We purchased the same Scott's products in the larger bags, and refill the bag with the same original product; appears to cut the cost slightly. We've been doing this for four years and have not had any problems. We use the same product that was originally in the snap bag to insure we know what we have. If you purchase only one bag to reuse you will probably want to empty leftover product back into it's original bag. The original snap spreader has two plastic hooks that slid up and down and are made for hanging or holding on to the top of the bag. The newer snap spreader we have does not have the plastic hooks so you will want to temporarily seal the top of the bag. Without the two plastic hooks the bag can fall backwards through the spreader handle and spill the content, I'm speaking from experience.
Answered by: dpjkr
Date published: 2015-11-07

how do you clean the spreader

Asked by: Anonymous
While you can hose it off, unlike traditional drop/broadcast spreaders the Snap Pac unit merely holds the bag in place. The actual opening is built into the bottom of the bag, and it's individually sized for the correct application of each product.
Answered by: Sandy
Date published: 2015-10-31

Can I use this at any time, or only in the early spring? Also, how long do I wait before applying grass seed?

Asked by: Anonymous
You can apply anytime in the spring, summer and fall, wait about 3 weeks after you fertilize and it rains. Allow about 2 months between treatments
Answered by: rich
Date published: 2015-09-20

are snap fertilizer products safe fto use around small dogs

Asked by: Anonymous
They suggest keeping pets such as cats and dogs out of the application area until it has been watered in and the area has been allowed to dry. I suggest walking Fido elsewhere until you're sure the granules have disolved into the soil. After a couple of good rains or if you've thoughly watered it in. Dogs clean their feet and pick up all kinds of chemicals transdermally. This stuff is safe if used correctly. Love Scotts but love my dog more. Walk him outside the area for a bit just to be on the side of caution...
Answered by: GardenGranny
Date published: 2016-06-05
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Customer Reviews

Snap Pac Fertilizer Weed and Feed 4,000 sq. ft. is rated 3.9 out of 5 by 256.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Scotts Snap Pac I bought these product because I had the delivery system already and have used it before. The price was clearance and I really got a bargain. the system itself is simple and easy to use with no heavy bag to lift and pour You snap it in place and off you go. I love it.
Date published: 2016-10-18
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Easy to Use Put the weed and feed on lawn 2 weeks ago and still has not killed the weeds. Not to happy with this brand.
Date published: 2013-03-18
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Poor performance We put this product on our wetted lawn 3 weeks ago and it did nothing to kill the weeds. In the past, we have been faithful users of Scotts weed-n-feed, using a regular broadcast spreader. With that older version of the product, it was a much finer granule that stuck well to the wet leaves of the weeds and it killed the weeds quickly. With this new Snap version of the product, the granules are considerably bigger, so they don't stick to the wet leaves of the weeds. Thus, no dead weeds. Very disappointed in this newer version of the product.
Date published: 2015-05-15
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Fertilizing is a "SNAP"! Although the chemical fertilizers for this system are a bit more expensive, the "SNAP" system is perect for my lawn. No guesswork, no mistakes for my 4,000Sq. ft. lawn, which is exactly what one fertilizer container feeds - who would of thought.............?
Date published: 2012-03-20
Rated 5 out of 5 by from works great I bought this thinking how easy is this! I can fertilize during rain and don't have to worry about the mix getting wet while I run the yard. Now set up- extend your handle and tighten down. Place bag with the flat end in the dispenser. Turn to the lock position. This opens the bag on the bottom. on the hande there is a handle you have to flip down, when you do this you will a small lever show up on the very bottom just inside the wheel saying ON. You are now ready to start fertizling. squeeze the handle and your on! Very simple to use! It doesn't push out too much at a time and the pieces are big compared to the kind you have to dump into a dispenser (finer material). You may have to go over it a few times to fully cover yard.
Date published: 2012-03-19
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Worked Great, just didn't go far enough Used this last year, buying again for this year. The bag said it would cover 4,000 sq ft, which is smaller than my yard, but I only was able to get my front, one side and a small portion of my back yard before running out. Since my primary concern was the front yard, I didn't buy extra. I could literally tell exactly where I ran out because there was a line of no weeds vs. weeds. In my opinion, product worked great....buying two bags this year :)
Date published: 2013-04-23
Rated 1 out of 5 by from I am extremely disappointed I used the Snap Pac system last year with great results. I moved to a different home this year and was looking forward to continuing to use the same system. However I am extremely disappointed with the results of the Weed Control and Crabgrass products. The weeds are running rampant and looks like my backyard would qualify for a reality show on disaster landscaping. If anyone wants to see an example of every weed in North America, come to my backyard. I have sent an e-mail request where I can send the documentation for my refund. Snap Pac System broke my heart and wallet.
Date published: 2013-06-13
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Still have lots of weeds I was hoping that some of the other reviews were not true. Scotts products have always worked well for me, but this one does not. This Spring was especially bad for weeds. Several kinds popped up in my yard. After purchasing the new Scotts Snap-Pac system, I was ready to go. I followed the directions to the tee and had very poor results. (The spreader and Snap-Pac system is outstanding, but this product is not.) The only indication of any weed killing was a little bit of the clover turned yellow, but did not die. The broadleaf weeds are still very healthy. I already gave away my other Scotts spreader, so I guess I'm stuck. Hopefully Scotts will read some of these bad reviews and give us a Weed n' Feed product that works to go along with this great new spreader. Jury is still out on the fertilizer part of the mix...
Date published: 2013-04-30
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