Fertilizing Home Lawns
Fertilization is one of the most important aspects of lawn care. A properly fertilized lawn is more dense, darker green
and has fewer weeds than one which is under-fertilized (or never fertilized). Few of our native soils contain enough
of the most important nutrients needed by turfgrasses: nitrogen, phosphorus and potassium. As a result, lawns need
supplemental fertilizer to maintain vigorous and healthy growth.
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Creator: John Roberts