Your home probably did not come with a perfect lawn. But with proper care, even a sickly lawn can be returned to life and become the lawn all of your neighbors envy.
Rapid growth in the spring time steals a lot of nutrients from the soil. It’s best to replace the missing nitrogen, phosphorus and potassium with the proper lawn fertilization. If you feed your lawn a month after it starts growing in spring, and feed it again a month or so before it goes dormant, your lawn will have the nutrients it needs to grow healthy and lush.
Don’t Skimp on the Quality of your Fertilizer
As they say, you get what you pay for. Always use a top quality fertilizer with a high amount of slow-release nitrogen. By doing so, you will encourage a deep root system, and your lawn having deep roots is the ultimate key to a healthy even lawn.
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