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Scotts

Model 24590

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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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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
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Are the snap bags refillable?

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May 1, 2014
once the bag is empty can it be refilled?
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September 19, 2015
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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 Read More
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. Read Less
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Norfolk, MA
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October 7, 2014
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Well, I don't think they are designed to be refilled...but since the "mechanism" on the bag is at the bottom, I don't see why a slit couldn't be put in the TOP of the bag and a bag fertilizer be poured in...perhaps with a large funnel. I didn't actually consider this until I read the question...I will now!!
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July 22, 2014
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They're not designed to be refillable, but they can be refilled in two ways. First, the slow way is to open the spring-loaded opening on the bottom and refill the bag using a funnel. The fast way is to cut a slit at the top of the bag, fill the bag, and then either leave the slit "as is", or seal it with duct tape. I generally use the latter method to get the final product out of the bag and into the Read More
They're not designed to be refillable, but they can be refilled in two ways. First, the slow way is to open the spring-loaded opening on the bottom and refill the bag using a funnel. The fast way is to cut a slit at the top of the bag, fill the bag, and then either leave the slit "as is", or seal it with duct tape. I generally use the latter method to get the final product out of the bag and into the next bag when it's also close to empty. Read Less
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May 20, 2014
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No, the bag is sealed when empty you buy a new one.
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Marysville, Ohio
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May 5, 2014
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Snap Pac fertilizer bags are not refillable, and damage may result if they are refilled.
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Morris Plains, NJ, USA
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May 2, 2014
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Not easily, they are designed for one time use. I would advise against it
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In my opinion you could refill them but I would be careful mixing fertilizers. In certain times of the year you need a different blend.
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how do you clean the spreader

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Sandy Springs, GA
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July 22, 2014
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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.
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Naselle, WA 98638, USA
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April 30, 2013
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I just used a hose and rinsed it out, it doesn't get that dirty, so that worked. Just let it totally dry before using it for anything else.
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I don't do anything to mine to clean it.
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If it becomes dirty, you may rinse the spreader with hose.
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Can I use this at any time, or only in the early spring? Also, how long do I wait before applying grass seed?

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April 6, 2013
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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
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April 23, 2013
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I use this early spring and then winterizer in the fall. I have no weeds and the grass is extremely thick and green.
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Marysville, Ohio
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April 8, 2013
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Scotts Snap Pac Weed and Feed can be applied anytime weeds are actively growing and temperatures are below 90F. It may be applied up to 2 times per year, and should not be applied within 6 weeks of any other slow release lawn fertilizers. You may reseed or sod a lawn after waiting 4 weeks from the application.
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are snap fertilizer products safe fto use around small dogs

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March 24, 2013
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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 Read More
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...
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When used according to the label directions the Scotts Snap products can be used in areas where pets (cats and dogs) spend time in the lawn. When using the Scotts Snap Weed & Feed, pets should be kept off of the treated area for the first 24 hours and then let back into the area once the application has been watered in and allowed to dry.
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I have a small dog and used the snap weed and feed several times with no problems. I believe the packaging recommends you wait 24 hours after application before allowing your animals free access or water it in first. If your dogs are big grass eaters, you might keep an eye on them at first, but as far as I could tell my dog was not specifically attracted to it.
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Customer Reviews

Rated 3.9 out of 5 by 254 reviewers.
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Scotts Snap Pac Fertilizer Weed and Feed I have experienced great results with correct application. The key is correct application. June 28, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Ease of Use Getting older is no fun, but this bag along with the matching spreader take most of the work out of fertilizing our yard. No open bags to pour, no dust and each bag is a snap to use. Works just like the old Turf Builder Plus 2, only easier to apply. May 31, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by snap pacgrass fertilizer Easy to attach to spreader and you don't have to empty unused material May 31, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great product Have used this product for years. Works well in controlling weeds and fertilizing . Enjoy the simplicity of just snapping the bag in place. Less mess than conventional method. April 28, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Love this stuff Very easy to just insert bag into feeder and walk. I lovery when a product does exactly what it says it will. This my second year using Scott's and it has worked great. May 8, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Took care of those pesky dandelions Every year I do battle with dandelions, this year I won! April 26, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Little or no effect on clover, dandelion and other weeds common in Lubbock Used as directed and it had very little or virtually no visible effect on dollar weed, clover or dandelion. I couldn't see where any of the weeds died or even wilted. April 6, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Clover I bought some of this in the beginning of April as I noticed the clover was suffocating the grass. I could see more clover than grass and I had tried a spray for the clover that killed the clover fine, but killed the grass too. This granule I spread by hand in high clover areas. I can honestly say after 6 weeks my lawn does look greener and much less clover. I am ordering a second one to make another application soon. If I had to estimate, I think I could easily say over 50% reduction in clover. I see much more grass then clover now, and that is good enough for 1 application. May 16, 2014
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