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Fertilizing your lawn can be compared to taking vitamins or applying a moisturizing lotion or hair conditioner. Fertilizer, like these cosmetics, is a nutritional cocktail for grass, thanks to which it grows faster, is healthier and simply prettier.



In order for the lawn to be lush green, grow healthily, recover quickly after mowing and take root well, it requires regular fertilization. It is especially important in the spring, because in the winter months nitrogen was washed out of the soil profile - an element responsible for the green color and intensive growth of the turf. Other elements are also important, e.g. phosphorus - stimulates the development of the root system, and potassium - supports the growth of grass, making it resistant to frosts, drought and diseases.



Fast-growing grass has a high demand for nutrients (micronutrients and macronutrients). Therefore, the lawn needs fertilization throughout the season to grow properly. The frequent mowing of the lawn causes us to "take" the grass from the nutrients in the blades. Additionally, if we use a mower with a basket, we do not leave any cut grass on the lawn, which would decompose the soil with minerals. Therefore, it is important to provide the lawn with the necessary minerals in summer.



From September we change the type of fertilizer and start feeding the grass mainly with phosphorus and potassium - both of these ingredients will strengthen the grass and increase its resistance to unfavorable weather conditions. Phosphorus will help in the expansion of the root system of plants, and potassium will increase their resistance to low temperatures and diseases.



Mosses grow well in the conditions of not too cold and wet winters. In spring, their growth is relatively fast and intense, so in wet spring weather, they can dominate the grass in a short time. Time for winter fertilization to prevent moss growth.

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