Whether to avoid pests and brown patches on lawn, or to ensure that your newly seeded grass will grow healthier and more robust, there might be many reasons for using organic liquid fertilizer. Following are some of the most important benefits of this type of fertilizer, as well as some of the main positive consequences of its regular use:
- Liquid fertilizer is much better at balancing the natural pH of the soil for which it was used. Unlike solid organic fertilizer, liquid fertilizer acts faster and manages to create a better balance through the helpful chemicals that it delivers.
- Spraying liquid fertilizer can be done more often, and the dosage can be adapted perfectly for the type of soil as well as for the type of plant or grass that you are trying to use. In contrast, solid fertilizer has to break down over time, and you don’t exactly know the quantity of the nutrients that will be absorbed in every area of the soil.
- Some types of liquid fertilizer can even be made at home, or the formula can be adjusted or diluted for better results, depending on what you need. Of course, you have to either know what you’re doing or consult an expert gardener who can guide you with these types of processes.