Leftover lawn products are generally a good idea depending on what they consist of and on whether or not they have a
shorter lifespan. Fertilizer and organic products from Revive can be a great asset even after they have been in storage for
quite a while, but there are a few important points to remember. The most important one is knowing HOW to store them so
that they can remain reusable in the long run.
Reusing a lawn product will depend a lot on the storage compartment you have kept it in. Suppose you had a bag of fertilizer that you didn’t really need to use a lot of last year. At least half of it might be left off that you can use this year, but you have to consider whether or not it’s still reusable after having been stored in a damp or overly warm area.
The best thing you can do with leftover lawn products after using them the first time is to store them in a cool-dry place where the temperature and humidity fluctuations are not too great. You have to check on them occasionally, and it’s also a good idea to make sure that no unwanted critters and pests get to them.
Typically, instead of using an old shed for storage, consider placing your leftover lawn products in a metal container or trash can somewhere in the basement. That way, you can maintain ideal conditions before using them in the spring.