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The best fertilizer for grass depends on how much nitrogen, phosphorous and potassium a lawn needs. To get fertilizer with the correct nutrients, experts recommend having soil tested. Private companies and many universit... More »

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The best fertilizer for peppers is a balanced mix that contains equal proportions of nitrogen, phosphorus and potassium, such as a 10-10-10 mix, suggests the National Gardening Association. A mixture that contains too mu... More »

Pine trees are relatively hardy and require very little care or fertilization. However, they can benefit from a complete fertilizer containing nitrogen, phosphorous and potassium. More »

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Pest infestations, chemical spills and environmental stress, such as using too much fertilizer, are common reasons that grass dies. Environmental stress can also promote diseases that kill grass. More »

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According to the Clemson Cooperative Extension, Bermuda grass requires ½ to 1 pound of nitrogen fertilizer per 1000 square feet every four to six weeks after the grass turns green, or 1 ½ pound of slow-release nitrogen f... More »

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You grow grass from seed by tilling the planting site, leveling the soil, adding fertilizer, sowing the seed, raking the soil, mulching the area and watering the grass seed. You need a tiller, rake, spreader, fertilizer,... More »

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