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What’s the difference between Granular Weed 'n' Feed and the Liquid Hose-on Weed 'n' Feed?

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Answer: Granular Weed ‘n’ Feed works on a salt-burn principle. When the salts are sprinkled over the lawn, more will collect on the flat leaves of the weeds than on the vertical blades of the grass. If left dry for two days the whole lawn will be burnt but the weeds will suffer a far greater burn than the grasses. After two days the salts are dissolved to become available to the remaining plants (i.e. the grass) as a fertiliser.
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