An early spring feeding promotes strong roots and helps grass green up after the winter.
Feeding in late Spring prepares grass for summer stresses by thickening the blades on top and building deep roots below.
A late summer feeding provides the necessary nutrients to recover from the stresses of summer and actively grow again.
A Fall feeding helps strengthen roots to improve winter hardiness and promote early spring green-up.
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