When planting seeds, you need to have the entire strategy of how to grow and make sure that your lawn is healthy using organic liquid fertilizer. Following are a few of the best recommendations for making that happen:
- Prepare your soil in advance. A lot of homeowners don’t really think about their soil before they seed their lawn, so it can end up growing in a difficult spot where the grass doesn’t get proper nourishment or the pH of the soil presents greater difficulties.
- Use organic fertilizer. In many cases, there’s the dilemma of either investing in slightly more expensive, slow-release organic fertilizer, or rushing things with a cheap and potentially harmful variety. Always go with the healthier choice.
- Choose the right grass for your climate. Depending on where you live, you might need to choose cool grasses, warm climate grasses or a combination of the two.
- Determine how much water to allocate to your lawn every day and every week depending on the weather and the type of grass you’re growing. Also, consider how early you have to water your lawn depending on the time of year and how hot it gets during the day.
- Finally, make sure you set up an invisible fence or use other methods to keep pets and pests off the lawn. The nitrogen present in their urine can cause a lot of trouble, and some garden pests can also feed on your grass until there’s almost nothing left.