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Like?  Dislike?  My local Lowe's and Home Depot carry this now (though I still see a [probably empty] box pallet of Ringer up on a shelf @ HD), and the ingredients look non-scary.  Not terribly expensive either!

If my local HD doesn't have Ringer come fall, I was gonna give this a try in lieu of the extremely recommended Lawn Restore.  Any reasons why I should reconsider?

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I suspect that scott's muscled out the ringer folks.

The ingredients look okay to me, but I'm feeling skeptical/queasy.

 
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