Fertilizers contain a number of nutrients, but one that is particularly important for your grass roots is potassium. Potassium helps to strengthen the cell structure of grass, a stronger plant is able to better withstand winter weather, drought, and disease pressures.
This is a granular application applied fall/early winter. It does not need to be watered in, as rainfall and snow will eventually move the product into the soil. Potassium helps to promote root growth, protect against disease, build resistance against the cold, and build tolerance against drought. A soil sample can determine if your lawn needs Potassium.
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