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Lawn Food for Maximum Green

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Keeping your yard happy and healthy is essential to maintaining a fresh, green landscape throughout the year. Unfortunately, we don’t always have the right natural qualities to make our yards as attractive as they could be. Whether it’s a drought or not enough nutrients, there are still ways that we can improve how we treat our yards so we can create a space that is as healthy as it is beautiful. 

One example of what yards deal with daily is a nitrogen deficiency. Nitrogen is required to help plants grow healthy and to reproduce. Most importantly, however, is the impact that nitrogen has on photosynthesis. Nitrogen is found in soil as organic material. When soils are low in organic content, such as due to erosion, runoff, and nitrate leaching, the grass is at a higher risk of developing symptoms of nitrogen deficiency. 

Plants need nitrogen daily, which is why our Maximum Green and Growth High Nitrogen Lawn Food contains a high concentration of nitrogen to help plants produce the proteins they need to thrive. 

Our Maximum Green and Growth High Nitrogen Lawn Food features 70% quick-release nitrogen to jumpstart growth and 30% slow-release nitrogen, so growth remains steady without the need for constant applications. 

Use the 28-0-0 nitrogen lawn food to enhance the green and growth of your lawn or to correct a nitrogen deficiency.

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Symptoms of Nitrogen Deficiency Include:

  • Poor density
  • Stunted and slow growth
  • A light, pale green color
  • Yellowing, especially in older leaves

However, adding too much nitrogen can be just as problematic as a yard with too little. Too much nitrogen can cause plants and grass to turn yellow, leaves and blades of grass to shrivel up and die, and cause nitrogen leaching into the groundwater. Our lawn food contains the premium amount of nitrogen to help keep your yard beautiful and lush. Customers should take note of the instructions for the frequency of application as well as the correct amount of watering for maximum absorption. 

Made and manufactured in the United States, this fertilizer contains natural and organic food-grade ingredients with no harsh chemicals. Our Maximum Green and Growth High Nitrogen Lawn Food formula is also pet and kid-friendly, so you know you’re keeping your loved ones safe while giving them a gorgeous landscape to enjoy as well. 

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Simple Lawn Solutions
Simple Lawn Solutions

April 20, 2021

Hello Ollen,
Thanks for your comment. We recommend applying our High Nitrogen formula no more than once every 4-5 weeks during the active growing season.
For any recommendations or product questions please send us an email to hello@simplelawnsolutions.com

Ollen Williams
Ollen Williams

April 20, 2021

how often can i apply Green & Growth- High Nitrogen 28-0-0 NPK- Lawn Food to my yerd?

Thanks

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