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Winter Lawn Fertilizing

Can grass be fertilized in winter? Yes and no. It really depends on where you are and what kind of grass you have. Late fall may be better than winter for colder regions. The absolute best time to fertilize your lawn is just before the expected frost date. The goal is the same when you feed grass in late fall or winter as it is with dormant plants. You are feeding the roots to build a better lawn overall. The nutrients are absorbed, some are utilized immediately and others are stored for when they are needed in spring. By winterizing your grass, you will have a lush, green lawn during the growing season. We recommend a high nitrogen, zero phosphorus type of fertilizer. Beneficial bacteria, and Humic acid will also play a big role keeping your lawn lush and green!

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