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Feeding your lawn every other month from April through October will build dense turf, thick blades, and long, deep roots. ...
This will also allow you to use less water than an unfed or poorly kept lawn and can save an average family 30,000 litres of water a year.
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Scott MacDonald: Healthy green grass doesn’t just provide you with a beautiful space for play and relaxation. It also helps improve your environment in many ways like cooling and cleaning the air; capture in greenhouse gases; and even improving water quality by filtering and reducing soil erosion.
Speaking of water, did you know that a healthy lawn requires up to 3 times less in an unhealthy lawn. But watering isn’t the only thing you should be doing to get these results. Regular feeding is an easy and quick way to achieve a great lawn.
Feed every other month—from April through October to build dense turf, thick plates, and long deep roots. This will allow you to use less water than an unfed or poorly kept lawn and can save an average family 30,000 liters of water a year.
Each feeding has its purpose. In early Spring, grasses will be covering from which are stresses. So feeding now promotes strong healthy roots.
In late spring, lawns are active so feeding now helps replace nutrients and prepare his grass for the heat and draught of summer.
Lawns are ready to grow again in early fall and fertilizing it this time helps them recover from Summer damage.
In late fall, cool nights, plenty of rain and morning dew—great ideal growing conditions.
Well feeding helps strengthen roots, improves winter hardiness, and promotes a healthy Spring lawn.
When choosing a fertilizer look for one that is 100% food like Scott’s Turf Builder would be only one particle.
You may be surprised to find that not all fertilizers are 100% food. In fact, many contain 30% or more filler like gravel, sand and saw dust. Following these simple steps will allow you to experience all of the benefits with a healthy lawn.