Creating a Fertilizing Schedule for Your Lawn

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In order to maintain the deep green lushness that many people want in a lawn, the turf grasses that make up your lawn need quite a lot of feeding. They are especially hungry for nitrogen—the key nutrient that is responsible for foliage growth in plants. Many lawn-product manufacturers offer an impressive array of products designed to meet this desire for golf-course-quality lawns. Companies like Scotts, for example, recommend a schedule of four separate applications of different chemical formulations, beginning in spring and continuing into fall.

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Original Article Source Credits:   The Spruce ,

Article Written By:  David Beaulieu

Original Article Posted on:  05/04/21

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