Can you fertilize your lawn with used motor oil?

Answer No...there is no 'nutrition' in used motor oil. It's petroleum. Fertilizers work by adding nitrogen and other nutrients to the soil. Besides, why on earth would you want to spread that on your lawn... Read More »

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When is the best time to fertilize your lawn?

Every lawn should be fertilized in the early spring and late autumn. Spring fertilizer applications contain nitrogen to promote a bright green color and pre-emergent herbicide to discourage weeds. ... Read More »

Should You Fertilize Your Lawn When It's Wet or Dry?

Good lawn care requires proper mowing, adequate irrigation, weed control and regular fertilization. Leaving the grass clippings on your lawn after mowing reduces the amount of fertilizer needed. Fe... Read More »

How to Fertilize a Lawn?

The area surrounding your house can have a very positive or negative effect on its appearance. A green, lush lawn adds beauty and is the envy of the entire neighborhood, as well as anyone that pass... Read More »

Should I fertilize my lawn in the winter?

Terry, You basically have hit the nail on the head yourself. Fertilizing in the dead of winter, especially in Chi-town, would be a waste of money, time, and nutrients even if it is an organic ferti... Read More »