Fertilizing is critical to your lawn’s health. If you want a thick, green, vibrant lawn, there is really no replacement for proper fertilization. But a quick glance around the fertilizer aisle at your local garden store is enough to make most homeowners break into a cold sweat. The wide variety of fertilizers, along with conflicting advice about when, how, and how much to fertilize your lawn, can be confusing, to say the least. But don’t let that scare you off because skipping fertilizing will lead to a less healthy lawn.

When it comes to keeping your yard looking good, one of the most important things you can do is fertilize it. Fertilizing your lawn provides the nutrients that are necessary for strong, healthy growth. Not only does this make your lawn look better, but it also helps to protect it from pests and diseases. In this blog post, we will discuss why your lawn needs fertilizer and what fertilizers do for your turf. We’ll also cover the different nutrients that are found in fertilizers and how to fertilize your lawn properly. So it’s time to learn a little about fertilizer and what happens when you fertilize your lawn.

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