When applying organic fertilizer Denver has it’s very important to ensure that you are careful about the timing when you use it. If you apply it too early during the development stage of your lawn, it will be easy for seedlings to be burned by excess fertilizer or for uneven distribution to lead to the development of patchy areas and an unsightly lawn.
Some people might try to apply fertilizer too early or even at the same time as when they seed their lawn. However, you’ll find that there are a lot of possible problems that could arise if you do that. First of all, as the seeds develop, they can receive a massive dose of nutrients right off the bat, but the decomposition of the fertilizer can also affect them greatly as they grow. Also, if the fertilizer doesn’t release slowly enough, then the grass roots will not receive enough nutrients over time, and they’ll grow slow and weak.
The best time for fertilizing your lawn should be once in the spring and then once or twice during the growing season. The best time for that first dose is usually during late spring, right around the time when your grass first begins to make its way out of the soil.