Rated 3.9 out of 5 by 241
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Stormy14 This product works great!
The product is great. My grass was beautiful and green. My neighbor asked me how I keep it so nice.
June 20, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Jdb7227 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
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by osty Such a "snap" to use
Having dealt with the spill of fertilizer on the driveway, yard and in the garage, I was excited to try the Scotts Snap Weed and Feed this year. I am in love. Just pop the bag onto the spreader, flip the lock lever and boom you are ready to go. It took no time for me to fertilize my lawn. I can already see the lawn starting to green up. A bonus, the half bag that remains, seals up when you flip the lock lever to unlock. So I can easily store the fertilizer until the need for my next weed and feed. You can not ask for an easier way to weed and feed your lawn with no worries of spilled fertilizer or burning the lawn because you miss clicked the spread number.
April 22, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Vrwl 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.
May 15, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Wrench96 A Great product & a bit overpriced for the SNAP spreader!
I live in St. Louis MO. & I applied the product in mid/early spring. My yard is one of the first to grow & looks Great & green. [I do the winter program]. The only thing I am not happy with is the dandelions growing [its looks like I fertilized them] ! Its been over a week & they are still alive. I will look into a product that kills them & not the grass. I have been using Scott's for approx 20 + years & have always been satisfied in the past. My geass is mainly Zosia with a few clover etc. I will recommend this product overall from past experience!
April 22, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by gamecock857 Scott's Snap Weed & Feed
This is first time I've used this product and it seems to be working. I will definitely try it again later.
May 16, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by proudgg221 Scotts Weed and Feed
I have really seen a difference in controlling the weeds and feeding my lawn so that it is thicker and greener just in one application. Can't wait to put the next application down to further get rid of the weeds and keep them down.
May 12, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by wolverine70 Easy to Use, High Quality, But Not Cheap
Snap Weed and Feed performs to the same level of excellence as other Scotts fertilizers. Additionally, the Snap system makes fertilizing and seeding a breeze. By removing the guess work with setting a coverage level and making attaching the fertilizer to the spreader easy, this task becomes more easily done by those who would have had a service do it previously.
My only concern is the level of premium charged for Snap products. They are higher priced than other Scotts brands and rarely offered with promotional pricing other than a deal in getting the spreader. Paying more for such a product is reasonable, but not the spread (no pun intended) between Snap and other Scotts products. I certainly recommend this for the DIYer who has less than a green thumb, but wants a good looking lawn.
April 23, 2015