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Nitrogen for Lawn Food

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Whether you’re just getting started growing a brand-new lawn or you’re looking to treat problem areas in your backyard, there are a variety of products that can help you create the beautiful green oasis you’ve been dreaming of.

Two of the biggest problems that homeowners tend to see are nitrogen and potassium deficiencies. Fortunately, these are easy to treat issues that require attention to detail and a bit of nutrient specific fertilizer.

Nitrogen is one of the essential nutrients to help grass and plants grow healthy and strong. Nitrogen is found naturally in soil and is responsible for ensuring plants grow and thrive. Nitrogen helps plants breakdown the energy absorbed from the sun, which helps create sugars from water and carbon dioxide. These sugars then feed the plant and produce oxygen for the environment.

Our Superior Nitrogen & Potash Natural Liquid Fertilizer is a bio-active, phosphate-free nutritional fertilizer. It provides vital nutrients for green and growth while giving essential ingredients for health and strength. You can use this lawn fertilizer to maintain your lawn’s health or to treat nutrient deficiencies.

 Push mower on a freshly mowed lawn

Symptoms of Nitrogen Deficiency for Lawn:

  • Stunted or slow growth
  • Poor density
  • Light, pale green color
  • Yellowing, especially in older leaves

 

Symptoms of Potassium Deficiency:

  • Wilting tips of leaves
  • Low tolerance to cold or heat
  • Yellowing of leaves
  • Prone to stress and disease
  • The appearance of burnt leaves

 

Using potash fertilizer can be a great way to increase the water absorption in your grass as well as promote higher-quality flowers in your garden. However, it’s also essential to not overutilize potash in your soil. To avoid damaging your plants, we recommend doing a quick and easy soil test to find the current measurements of the nutrients available in your soil and to check for any other deficiencies that your yard may have. 

This liquid lawn fertilizer contains bioactive organics, feed grade urea, Humic, and Fulvic acids, potash, and sulfur. To ensure nutrients are absorbed properly, it’s essential to keep your lawn sufficiently watered. Experts recommend creating a watering schedule that involves saturating your grass 2-3 times per week rather than watering for shorter periods more frequently. This ensures that plants receive ample nutrients as well as the proper amount of hydration to build healthy cells. 

The best fertilizers you can buy involve nutrient blends that not only treat specific issues but also serve as preventative treatments for the future. Preparing your yard for any problems it may face, including drought, extreme heat or cold, or pests, can help prevent the need for specific treatments in the future. This will also save you time and money in the long run.

Using Superior Nitrogen & Potash Natural Liquid Fertilizer is a great way to improve the look of your garden and grass both now and in the future. Want to create an even more envious landscape? Learn more about our Extreme Growth Booster.


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Zach Ramon
Zach Ramon

April 09, 2020

I am wanting to put new seed down and I am wondering what products would help and when should I apply them

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