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This year I tried Scott's Green Max and can honestly say the color it turned was the darkest green I've ever attained. I've tried liquid iron and milorganite and this was head and shoulders better from a color standpoint. The product is 26-0-2 and had 5.X% iron. It costs $25 for 5k ft.

Surfing the net today I found this: Same breakdown but 7.x% iron and a fraction of the price.

https://www.walmart.com/ip/EXPERT-GARDENER-IRON-PLUS-5M/119304924

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It looks good initially but I want to see the label and what it has in it as far as fast/slow release. Can't seem to find the label online at all.
 

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Looks like it's a proprietary blend manufactured and distributed by WalMart. I would suggest contacting them directly and seeing if you can get a response. Alternately, you could call them.

Be that as it may, the link you posted, it shows the product is no longer available. vOv
 

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I did find out that it's made by Pennington for what it's worth :D
 

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It showed available to me too. I would have to order it though.
 

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