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1 | LAGOON AND LAKE FRIENDLY FERTILIZING CALCULATOR | |

2 | TKPOA recommends using one pound nitrogen per 1,000 square feet of lawn. Here's a simple way to calculate how many pounds of fertilizer you need to fertilize your lawn! (And remember to have a 5-foot minimum buffer between the lawn and the water so fertilizer will not go directly into the water.) | |

3 | Step 1. Let's calculate the area of your lawn in square feet. | |

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5 | *ENTER width in feet here. | 11 |

6 | *ENTER length in feet here. | 12 |

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8 | This is your lawn in square feet. | 132 |

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10 | Step 2. Let's calculate amount of nitrogen that is in your bag of fertilizer. | |

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12 | How much nitrogen is in your fertilizer? Example: the formula on bag will say "16-0-8", *ENTER the amount of nitrogen, the first number, like this: 0.XX | 0.16 |

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14 | This is how much nitrogen is in one pound of your fertilizer. | 6.25 |

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16 | Step 3: Let's see how many pounds you need to fertilize your lawn. | |

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18 | This the amount of fertilizer for 1000 feet of application. | 0.00625 |

19 | This is the square feet of your lawn. | 132 |

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21 | This is the total pounds of fertilizer you can use on your lawn for each application. | 0.825 |

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