The My Lawn app from Scotts simplifies lawn care by creating an easy-to-follow lawn maintenance plan so you know the right products to use at the right time. Simply tell the app a little about your lawn and it will provide smart tips and recommendations crafted to help you get you get your lawn the way you want. You have the ability to modify those recommendations and add your own, so you have a complete plan customized for you. EASY TO USE - Create your custom lawn care plan in five simple steps. PERSONALIZED - Discover custom lawn care tips based on your grass type, location, lawn size, seed, feed, weed, and weather conditions. KEY FEATURES. My Lawn Care Plan: Tell us about your lawn and the app will create your custom Lawn Care Plan with seed, feed, and weed treatment recommendations for the entire year. Activities are organized by season in my Plan, where you can learn more about the specifics of each activity and the best lawn care products for your yard. Easily keep track of the products you've applied so you never miss out on essential lawn care needs. Create custom notes, add photos, and add other lawn-based activities to your Plan and receive reminders so you never forget. Use Overview to view your full year of landscaping activities, as well as applications from past years. Add treatments: Pick out what feed, seed, grub, and weed treatment are right for your grass or add the ones prefer and get reminders on when to apply for each season. Live Chat: Get access to Scotts representatives for even more lawn care advice. Whether you have a question about how much product to use, or need help identifying and removing a specific type of weed, you'll always have the knowledge of Scotts experts just a tap away. Lawn Care Tips: Find helpful articles for all your lawn care needs in the Tips section, which are updated throughout the season.
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