Spring Lawns Alive - All-Natural Fertilizer gets your lawn off to a good start
Ah, it was a lovely spring day today. Temperature was 64 and the sun was bright and warm. The garden was still too mucky to work in, so I decided to mow down some of the lawn that has grown high in the last few days. As I've mentioned before, my lawn is not monoculture but is a hodgepodge of whatever will grow, lots of dandelions, plantain and other weeds as well as clover. I like it that way. I fertilize it in the spring and am getting ready to work on the dry dead part of the lawn.
I know some people like to use ammonium sulphate. It's quick; it's easy; it's effective, at least in the short run. But if you have young children or pets who play in the grass, I think it's better to use organic fertilizer. Organics will also help build up soil microorganisms which make for healthy soil. This Garden's Alive product can be broadcast spread.
- produces rich green color.
- improves soil structure.
- increases resistance to disease and insect pests.
- makes more vital nutrients available to grass.
A 20 lb. bag is $27.95 and covers 1000 to 2000 square feet.
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Posted by Marilyn Renaker at April 2, 2010 8:20 AM