When do I fertilize my new sod?

Answer Once new sod has been laid, fertilizer can be applied four weeks later. Use a complete fertilizer with a formula of 12-12-12, as suggested by Purdue University. This will provide the three major pl... Read More »

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When do I fertilize azaleas?

Azaleas should not be chemically fertilized unless there is a specific problem, such as yellowing leaves or stunted growth. If these problems arise, use a soil test to see what nutrients are lackin... Read More »

When do I fertilize grapevines?

Fertilize new grapevines one to two weeks after planting. Established grapevines are fertilized in early spring, about 30 days before new growth appears. Use a well-balanced fertilizer for grapevin... Read More »

When do you fertilize fescue?

Fescue lawn grass should be fertilized during the period of active growth, which is March to June and September to December. The University of California recommends using 3 to 6 lbs. of fertilizer ... Read More »

When do you fertilize citrus trees?

Begin the early fertilizing schedule when new growth appears on the citrus trees in the spring. Feed your citrus trees each month until October. Spread the fertilizer 12 inches from the tree trunk ... Read More »