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A Complete Solution for Lawn Care

Creating a natural oasis in your backyard can be more challenging than you think. From finding the perfect grass seed and lawnmower to installing sprinklers and making sure you’re watering on a set schedule, it’s more than ‘grow and go.’ But achieving a beautiful and lush lawn doesn’t have to be something you only see in magazines. Simple Lawn Solutions exists to help people find the perfect lawn care products for their needs. Whether it’s a bottle of fertilizer for a small patch of grass or a few gallons for an acre or more, we’ve got you covered with the best products at prices you’ll love.

One of our favorite products is our 16-4-8 Complete Balanced NPK. If you’re looking for an overall excellent lawn care solution that will supplement your yard’s growth, you’ll love this product! The mixture of nitrogen, potassium, and phosphorus helps to encourage strong roots and colorful growth of new blades of grass.

Nitrogen is essential for helping your grass grow stronger and brighter. Without nitrogen, plants can’t produce a high enough concentration of chlorophyll. A lack of chlorophyll causes plants to be weak and brittle, small, and be a bit oddly colored. The same is true for grass. Because nitrogen is essential to a plant’s metabolism, a deficiency will also prevent your lawn from being able to recover from parasites, cold, and drought.

Phosphorus helps fertilize the soil, increase seed production, create stronger plants, and can make grass grow faster and more efficiently. Phosphates also help to encourage root growth and increase a plant’s strength early in its lifecycle. While this means that adding phosphates works best when a plant is still young, phosphates are also beneficial at all stages of life.

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Another component needed for healthy lawn growth is potassium. Potassium is naturally found in soil in various concentrations, so it’s essential to test your soil for its amount of phosphorus before adding a higher saturation. Potassium helps plants by making better use of nitrogen, another nutrient that is essential for healthy grass growth. It also helps increase your grass’ tolerance for drought, cold, and diseases.

This liquid lawn food formula provides root support and strength and is designed to turn your lawn green. The spray fertilizer is a nutritional supplement that provides your lawn with Nitrogen, Phosphorus, and Potassium keeping it from developing diseases, fungus, and weed infestation.

Our NPK Lawn Food is made of a perfect blend of nutrients that treats all grass types, including Bermuda, St. Augustine, Zoysia, Buffalo, Centipede, Florida Palmetto, Bahia, Fescue, Ryegrass, and Kentucky Bluegrass.

 

The 16-4-8 Complete Balanced NPK Features:

  • Nitrogen, Phosphorus, and Potassium nutrients
  • Natural fertilizer that contains seaweed and fish
  • No harsh chemicals
  • Natural and organic feed grade ingredients

This lawn food is manufactured and produced by a family-owned business in the United States. The 32-ounce bottle can cover up to 3200 square feet. 

Whether you’re looking for an overall supplement for your yard or something to treat specific issues, you’ll find the best selection of products at prices you love at Simple Lawn Solutions. Visit our website to view our complete collection. 



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