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Choosing the Right Lawn Fertilizer For Your Yard


Whether you have a small space or a large space to fertilize, Fleet Farm has the tools and fertilizer you need to get the job done. Choosing the right fertilizer really depends on the size of your yard, the amount of work you’re willing to put into it, and your overall lawn goals. If you want your lawn to look beautiful, lush and green, choosing the right fertilizer will be the key to getting your lawn to look the way you want it to. Hiring a company to come out and fertilize your lawn can get expensive year after year. Consider picking up your necessary lawn materials at Fleet Farm and do it yourself.

Types of Fertilizers

Fertilizers help keep your lawn weed and insect free and encourage healthy growth. In addition to giving your lawn that beautiful, healthy, green color, lawn fertilizers can fix problems such as unwanted moss. There are so many different lawn fertilizer options available, and with Fleet Farm, we’ve got everything you need.

What’s the Difference Between Spray and Granular Fertilizer?

Granular fertilizer is fertilizer that consists of dry pellets or a solid fertilizer and provides a slow release of nutrients for your grass. Liquid fertilizer is a concentrated mixture of different liquid nutrients for your lawn. When the concentrated liquid fertilizer is mixed with water, it creates nourishing nutrients to help feed your grass quickly. Both options are beneficial for your lawn.

When to Fertilize Your Lawn


Early spring, once your grass is beginning to turn green, is the best time to begin fertilizing your lawn. Once that first application has been applied, you could consider fertilizing your lawn again in the summer and again in the fall before the first winter freeze.

Why is it Important to Fertilize Your Lawn?

Fertilizing your lawn provides your lawn with the nutrients it needs to grow thick, soft and green. If weeds are an issue in your lawn, we have a variety of weed control products to help keep your lawn and gardens weed free.

 
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