Studies have shown that late fall or early winter is a peak time for lawn feeding.
Even though top growth has slowed or stopped, the roots of grass plants are still growing. Thus by fertilizing late in the year, you are promoting root development, which helps strengthen grass plants and allow them to better withstand winter stress.
Late season fertilization also promotes quicker, more even spring greenup and early top growth, helping to fill in any bare spots or thin area created by winter damage.
For those lawn owners who desire this added optional lawn feeding, we offer and highly recommend a late season granular fertilizer with a high nitrogen source at 10% off from your regular application price.
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