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Lush, Green Lawn with Person Mowing in the Background
If you want beautiful and healthy plants and crops, using a fertilizer that supports your soil is a must. But what kind of fertilizer is best? Let's take a look at the different types of fertilizer, how to understand N-P-K numbers on fertilizer, when to fertilize your plants and lawn, and why you should choose an organic fertilizer. 
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Person Pulling Dandelion Weeds Out of Lawn
Weeds are annoying and unsightly and can draw moisture and nutrients away from your grass and other plants. Although killing weeds naturally may seem difficult, implementing an organic lawn care plan to prevent and kill them is easier than it seems. 
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Gardener Scoops Fertilizer from Bag for Lawn
A Gallup Gardening Survey showed that less than 50 percent of people use lawn fertilizer. Although you may think you have a beautiful yard, adding organic fertilizer to your lawn and garden can provide bigger flowers, greener grass, and more produce.
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Gardener Works in the Soil Before Planting
Although you can't entirely change the composition of your soil, it is possible to create organic soil by adding organic matter and other amendments to your existing soil. Thankfully, the majority of plant roots exist within the top six inches of soil, so this is where you should place the highest concentration of organic matter. 
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Farmer Sprays Field with Fertilizer at Sunrise
Organic lawn fertilizer is a type of fertilizer product made from natural sources that gradually releases nutrients into the soil. These fertilizers include ingredients derived from manure, ground bone, powdered fish, and more, and are great for adding nutrients, improving soil health, and creating a feeding schedule that is easier to maintain.
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