Like any living organism, the lawn needs routine care to avoid being affected by diseases or pests. If not properly maintained, repair work will be more difficult and costly. An essential part of this routine is fertilization, but incorrect application of fertilizers may also lead to damage to the lawn.
Just as human health is influenced by a complex of external and internal factors, so is your lawn. A healthy and beautiful lawn requires at least 16 nutrients, the most important of which are nitrogen, phosphorus and potassium. Therefore, your care and attention together with the climatic and hydration factors will contribute equally to the long lifespan of your lawn.
When you are at the store, in front of the fertilizer shelf, you may feel slightly overwhelmed by the many types of lawn fertilizers available. Specialists are increasingly recommending the use of organic fertilizers as the best fertilizer for grass, in the form of solid or liquid substances, as they are environmentally friendly.
These substances can also be made at home, from organic waste, but the process is not for everyone, as it releases unpleasant odors. Therefore, the easiest way is to buy from local Colorado providers. They are best acquainted with the soil in your area and the necessary substances, so they will provide quality organic fertilizers, which are expected to work just fine on your lawn, keeping it healthy and lush.