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Can I apply granular weed n feed now?

We have an area of lawn that we oversowed late last year. It is quite green but has a fair number of weeds through it including agressive clover and dandelions. Before winter starts I wanted to try and reduce the weeds. I was thinking of applying granular weed n feed. Is it too late given I'm in a cool climate?

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