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Should I cut my grass before applying Scott weed and feed

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If you have a jungle then yes, but if it's just a week or so's growth then no.
If you do choose to cut then leave the grass for about a week before applying the treatment.
If you don't get rain for four days after the application, water the lawn or the chemical could scorch the grass.

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