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When and How Often Should My Lawn Receive Fertilizer?

In the mid-Atlantic region, as well as throughout most parts of the U.S., the best time to begin fertilizing your lawn is in the spring when the soil temperature reaches 55 degrees fahrenheit. You’ll know this because the lilacs will begin to blossom and the grass will start to grow. In general, this means the first feeding should take place somewhere within the months of March-April.

The second feeding should happen about four weeks later–early to mid-May. Fertilization should then continue every four to six  weeks through October. A fall feeding is critical since grass continues to grow and spreads its roots downward, needing fertilizer. In many ways, this is the most important application of the year.

All of Moyers Lawn Services Programs provide 7 step applications and use slow-release fertilizers to break down the nutrients over a longer period. This permits a steadier consistent feeding.

Nitrogen is extremely important to the process, but the secret is to keep the lawn as green as possible without growing it too fast.

Moyer applies fertilizer in an impressively short amount of time. Since our professionals do this every day, they know how to factor in the wind and make sure the yard gets even coverage, and we have the equipment to get the job done right. They also know how to minimize run-off and keep the chemicals on the lawn and not into sewers and streams.

In addition to fertilization, Moyer Indoor | Outdoor provides seeding, weed and grub control, flea and tick control, lawn aeration, lawn disease prevention and intervention, and renovation to help keep your lawn beautiful through the growing season and healthy all year long.

Moyer has been growing healthy, lush lawns for over 30 years so our turf professionals understand the soils and conditions unique to this area. Our reputation is well known. Let us show you what your lawn can be.

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