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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Fertilizers can be made from natural or man-made materials. Natural fertilizers consist of animal manure, bird excrement, composted materials or plant residue. Human-made fertilizers are derived from chemicals, combining... More »

Artificial fertilizers are man-made chemical compounds that mimic the soil's natural minerals and elements to maximize plant growth. They usually contain different ratios of nitrogen, phosphorus, potassium, calcium, magn... More »

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 »

The best fertilizer for clematis is a complete fertilizer that contains equal amounts of nitrogen, phosphorus and potassium. This kind of fertilizer is sold as 10-10-10 fertilizer. More »

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The best time to aerate a lawn is early in the growing season so the grass has time to heal and grow back. For warm-season grass, this means aerating in the late spring or early summer months. Cool-season grass does best... More »

The best fertilizer to use on a lawn depends on a number of factors, including which nutrients, if any, the lawn lacks and the type of grass being used, according to the University of Minnesota. The age of the lawn is an... More »

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