It is really important to understand that fertilizer is the “food” for your lawn. Fertilizer quality and price vary from “Junk Food” to “Good Food”, just like human food. Lawns require “GOOD” fertilizer to maintain health and vigor.
A well-fertilized lawn will be better at preventing weed infestation as well as drought and disease.
Lawns that are thick and healthy can help the environment by producing oxygen, filtering and enhancing ground water quality, cooling the air during hot weather, trapping and absorbing urban dust and pollution.