BECOME A MY SCREAMIN’ GREEN MEMBER
Join the Movement. Live your life knowing you can get a green lawn without harming the environment and with the convenience of having it delivered to your front door.
When you sign up for a subscription plan you become a Screamin’Greener.
- Each delivery is exact with the right amount to apply and at the right time
- Emails support your delivery with helpful hints during the season
- Besides fertilizer, your box comes with simple instructions
But you get more.
- Screamin’ Green Members, you are saving our waterways
- Screamin’ Greeners have prevented 150,000 tons on nutrient pollution
- A portion of My Screamin’ Green LC sales fund ongoing research for sustainability
- As a member, you help fund that
- Can your neighbors say that? Only if they become a member too
So join us today. Live your life. Become a Screamin’Greener.
SEASONAL TREATMENT PLANS
Quantity of bags required for one treatment is based on the size of your lawn. Depending on
such things as your location and climate, the number of treatments needed per year may vary.
A One-time non-subscription membership fees apply only to single treatment plans. Waive all non-subscription membership fees by signing up for a 3 treatment or 4 treatment monthly or yearly subscription plan.
3 TREATMENTS (MONTHLY & YEARLY SUBSCRIPTION PLAN)
In northern climates, one treatment in the spring and two in the fall is effective on cool-season lawns like bluegrass and fescue.
4 TREATMENTS (MONTHLY & YEARLY SUBSCRIPTION PLAN)
In the south, applications are made on warm-season grasses as they come out of winter dormancy and then every two months.
SINGLE TREATMENT (NON SUBSCRIPTION PLAN)
Has it been extremely dry causing your lawn to appear off-color and weakened? Excessive rainfall can make it necessary to add a treatment during the season. Are you expanding the areas on your property covered in the grass? If any of these factors apply, simply add the additional bags to your cart for the treatment area.
The choice is yours. Remember to consider your environment and refer to your agricultural extension service for local requirements.