During the colder winter months, it’s easy for us to put on a jacket, hat, mittens, and a scarf to stay warm. Our lawns, however, don’t have the same luxury. That’s why it’s critically important to prepare your lawns ahead of time to prevent any permanent damage once the temperatures drop.
One of the key ingredients in helping to preserve your lawn during cold weather is potassium. Without potassium, grass turns yellow and stops growing. As a macronutrient, potassium helps make a plant’s internal growth efficient by assisting the grass in building thicker cell walls. Added support helps your grass survive everything from drought, heat, and excessive cold to diseases and damage from bugs or weeds.
Several different fertilizers on the market add nutrients in different concentrations to your lawn to help supplement deficiencies and keep annoying problems at bay. However, it’s essential to find the right type of fertilizer for your yard’s needs. If you’re looking to protect from bugs, there’s a fertilizer for that. Want greener grass and thicker growth? You can find that, too. But when you’re looking to protect from winter temperatures, we recommend something specifically for cold weather with added potassium.
Our fall/winter lawn food protection for root growth is a premium, all-natural fertilizer that is high in potassium. The 0-0-25 formula preserves and strengthens your lawn during the fall and winter to encourage healthier and fuller growth during the spring and summer. You can use the lawn food alone or pair it with your existing lawn fertilizing schedule.
This product is incredibly versatile and is excellent for every type of grass. In addition to supplementing the growth of the plant’s roots to provide added strength and durability during the winter, it also enhances the soil in the long term. Not only can it be used for small lawns, but it can also be purchased in larger quantities and used commercially.
Professional landscapers will love the results that their clients brag about after using this product. By safeguarding grass from damage during the winter, it will also make your landscaping job more manageable in the spring. You won’t have to worry about reviving a dead lawn and can instead jump back into a beautiful and lush looking landscape the minute the mercury begins to rise!
This lawn food is produced in the United States and manufactured by our family-owned business. If you’re looking for even bigger and better results, pair this product with the Green Booster by Simple Lawn Solutions. It will keep your grass looking like a magazine cover even when your neighbors are struggling to keep their yards alive! Click here to purchase a bottle of Green Booster!
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