Your Guide To Fertilizing Your Lawn

28 July 2020
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Just as you should fertilize flowerbeds and vegetable plants, lawns should also be fertilized to keep your grass looking healthy and growing evenly, as the nutrients in your soil can deplete rapidly during the growing season. Fertilizing also encourages your grass to develop strong roots, and balancing the nutrient levels in your soil can reduce weed growth. Here's what you need to know about fertilizing your lawn: Macronutrients And Micronutrients
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Why Do You Need Topsoil?

22 July 2020
 Categories: , Blog

Topsoil, when the term is not used in gardening centers, is a reference to (what else?) the top layer of soil of ground. Generally the first 5-10 inches are considered top soil. They tend to be mineral and nutrient dense- they are especially rich in composted organics. In other words, when plants and animals die on the ground the nutrients that made them up are added to the top most layer of soil.
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