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Love your Trees (and shrubs)! A guide to fertilization

Experts shared here written by Catherine A. Neal, UNH Cooperative Extension Ornamentals Specialist Why fertilize? Many trees and shrubs in their home landscape receive adequate nutrients from the soil, decomposing leaf and twig litter, or from lawn fertilizers routinely applied around them. Mature trees in a natural environment seldom require fertilizer, due to their extensive …

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Fertilizer application by a man

The grass is always greener, on the side that was fertilized

Fertilizer Application – Fertilization Blog Series Part 1 Keeping the turf healthy at all your locations depends on several factors. Turf growth requires sufficient watering, adequate sun exposure, and nutrients or essential elements absorbed by roots from the soil. When natural soil processes do not provide suitable supplies of these essential elements, fertilizer can be applied …

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