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The Benefits of Adding Organic Lawn Fertilizer

by Kelly Richardson, All About Lawns Columnist

When growing a world-class lawn or garden, the role of organic lawn fertilizer can not be ignored. There are several benefits to adding organic lawn fertilizer to your lawn that will ensure that your lawn grows lush and full.

What type of organic lawn fertilizer should you spread? And how should it be applied? With so many types, there are some simple ideas you should keep in mind. Let's take an in-depth look at the aspects of organic lawn fertilizer that make it a must-have for any lawn or garden.

Organic lawn fertilizer is one of the most important ingredients in creating a lush and vibrant lawn. Organic lawn fertilizers are inexpensive and readily available, and they give your lawn the boost it needs to stay green throughout the spring and summer seasons.

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  • Make it greener
  • Eliminate patches
  • Less weeds
  • Make it thicker
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With the wide variety of organic lawn fertilizers on the market, you might need some direction as to the type your lawn needs as well as the proper methods for application. We'll talk about some simple ideas governing the choice and use of organic lawn fertilizers.

Ideas to Keep in Mind When Working With Organic Lawn Fertilizers:

  • Get Some Good Advice. One of your surest resources for information on organic lawn fertilizer is your local greenhouse. The professionals there are seasoned in giving advice that will save you both time and money.
  • Pay Attention to pH Level. The pH level of you organic lawn fertilizer is one of the most critical factors in its success. You should look on the package for the pH level to ensure that it is the proper level for your particular lawn conditions.
  • An Even Spread. There are a variety of machines that you can use to ensure that your organic lawn fertilizer is spread evenly across your lawn to prevent patchy spots from appearing in the spring and summer months.

About the Author
Kelly Richardson has obsessive compulsive lawn disorder and is afflicted with the need to share his knowledge with the world. Kelly writes lawn columns for a variety of home and garden magazines and e-zines.

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