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Sunday.comLawn Care #13956176 04/11/21 10:37 PM
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https://www.getsunday.com/

What do you guys think? They missed my soil type but I can understand that for my area. I'm far more clay with less sand that they claimed.

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Watch the Reel Low Dad youtubes on it. Then read the comments. Even Allyn Hane the top product pusher on youtube chimes in lol. Sunday basically has zero youtube's, people say if you criticize anything on their gram they delete it, probably FB too. If their products were that good and getting good reviews they would be hammering social media with post, vids, etc. and they aren't pushing their products hard anywhere. Maybe they aren't good at marketing or maybe it's a company that won't take off. Idk. Personally something I wouldn't drop coin on.


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The idea is appealing. You could come up with your own home delivery lawn care package biz Derek and make some green.

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It's a great concept. But liquid ferts are freaking expensive. Even the pros are using water soluble granular for the most part. But lets go with a simple hose end program since it is easy. Simple to find on the shelf hose end product is Medina Hasta Gro for Lawns. Good product. $15.00 a bottle. 12-4-8. Label says it covers 4000sq feet. So the math on that 32oz bottle weighing 2.5lbs squirted over that 4000sq feet gives you under 0.125 1/8lb of nitrogen per 1000sq feet. Lets say you have a 4000sq foot bermuda lawn and you want to target 1/2lb of Nitrogen a month using Hasta. You would need to spray basically 7 bottles of it a month at a total cost of $105 per month.

Now is it realistic to do that. No. Nobody is going to do that. But it is realistic to spray a bottle of that every 2 weeks at a minimal cost. Even at a much lower Nitrogen rate than I would prefer you will get a growth pop and a green response with the iron in it and it is taken up very quickly foliar. The easiest way to suck someone in on a liquid product is a little nitrogen and little iron. Couple days later they will want you to hold their baby because you're a genius.


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Watched the videos, good info! Never been technical on lawn care, thanks for the tips Derek.

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Originally Posted by ReelBusy
https://www.getsunday.com/

What do you guys think? They missed my soil type but I can understand that for my area. I'm far more clay with less sand that they claimed.

The video of that puppy frolicking at the beginning is relatively compelling. I may buy it.

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https://www.getsunday.com/

What do you guys think? They missed my soil type but I can understand that for my area. I'm far more clay with less sand that they claimed.

The video of that puppy frolicking at the beginning is relatively compelling. I may buy it.


Pretty sure a free puppy is included

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