Can You Walk on Grass After Fertilizing

Can You Walk on Grass After Fertilizing? (when is it safe?)

Using fertilizer is one of the most important parts of lawn care. But if you’re like most homeowners, you probably wonder what’s safe and what isn’t when it comes to having chemical fertilizers on your lawn. Can you walk on grass after fertilizing it? What about if you have kids and pets – when is it safe for them to re-enter your yard? Scroll down to find out that and more.

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Granular vs Liquid Fertilizer

Granular vs Liquid Fertilizer for Lawns (compared)

Getting your lawn the nutrients it needs can be challenging, especially when deciding which fertilizer is best. Granular and liquid fertilizers are two popular choices for lawn care, but understanding the pros and cons of each (and how they work to feed your turfgrass) can guide you towards the right choice for your lawn. Today, I’ll offer a full comparison of granular vs liquid fertilizer products, explaining the pros and cons of each lawn fertilization method. I’ll also share some tips to explain how you can use both types of product together to achieve amazing results.

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Lawn Replacement Ideas

9 Lawn Replacement Ideas for a Beautiful, Eco-Friendly Yard

Lawns can be a lot of work, and keeping your grass looking healthy and lush is quite a task. However, there are many great alternatives to a grass lawn that can provide a beautiful and eco-friendly yard. In today’s article, I’ll share nine of my favorite lawn replacement ideas that you can use as inspiration if you’re thinking of removing some or all of your traditional grass lawn.

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When to Plant Grass Seed

When to Plant Grass Seed (in every state & growing region)

Planting your grass seed at the right time of year is just as important as how you plant it. If you don’t plant grass seed at the right time of year, you won’t get the best results. In fact, you might end up with seed that doesn’t germinate, grass that doesn’t survive, and (more to the point) wasted money. Today, I’ll explain when to plant grass seed in every state and growing region in the USA.

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Best Spring Lawn Fertilizer

Best Spring Lawn Fertilizer (greenest lawn on the block)

Spring is one of the busiest times in the lawn care calendar, and if you’re like me you can’t wait to get your grass to wake up, green-up, and look great. But don’t just throw down any old product – you want something that will give you great results and set your yard up for healthy growth and incredible curb-appeal all season. For that you’ll need the best spring lawn fertilizer.

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Spurge Weed

Spurge Weed Identification (+ how to kill it in your lawn)

Spurge is an odd-looking weed. It’s fleshy and tends to grow out horizontally, looking almost flat on the ground. Spurge likes warm and hot weather, and in lawns it creates big problems, smothering the desirable turfgrass that surrounds it. I’ve tangled with spurge weed in the past, so I’ve put together this spurge weed identification guide, and I’ll detail exactly how to kill it, and the best herbicide for the job in today’s article.

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Perennial Ryegrass vs Kentucky Bluegrass

Perennial Ryegrass vs Kentucky Bluegrass for Lawns

Perennial Ryegrass and Kentucky Bluegrass are two very popular grass types for cool-season lawns and lawns in the transition zone. Are you thinking about planting one of these types of lawn grass seed on your lawn? Keep scrolling to read my complete Perennial Ryegrass vs Kentucky bluegrass comparison article in which I’ll detail their growth habit, characteristics, germination rate, disease and pest resistance, and more.

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