I am trying to find out if spraying the grass with Scott's Miracle-Gro and then watering it into the soil would be bad if the geese are grazing on the grass. I also need to spray the garden with it and they go in there and eat weeds. We are in Texas - we have 4" cracks (width) by 3 feet deep in the ground and it is getting very bad! The grass that is left around the house is turning yellow because we have had no rain but I water it - it is getting NO NITROGEN/PHOSPHATE/POTASH OR ANYTHING because the water is well water and it's not enough just to water, it is dying - it has to have the nutrients from the rain! The geese run all around the house and graze on the grass... but it is dying out and the fields are already desert. You can't imagine. So... I want to spray the grass with Miracle-Gro and then water it into the soil to save the grass so the geese can graze it.... Again, it is yellow not from drought, from lack of nutrients. WE have not had rain in over 8 months! Any ideas/help? The makeup of Miracle-Gro is: 3.5% ammoniacal nitrogen 20.5% urea nitrogen Available phosphate 8% Soluable Potash 16% It says Derived From: Ammonium, Sulfate,Potassium Phosphate, Potassium chloride, Urea and Urea Phosphate.