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Maintaining your landscape is much more than mowing grass. Proper plant nutrition, water, pruning, mulching, lawn maintenance and an integrated pest management program will all contribute to the appearance and value of your yard.

Advantages of slow release organic fertilizer vs. synthetic fertilizer

Synthetic fertilizers require watering in following application, or they can burn turf, shrubs, and vegetables. With organic fertilizer, there is virtually no chance of burn and they require no watering in.

Synthetic fertilizers are made using petroleum products and can contain salts which kill helpful bacteria and microorganisms in the soil. Nitrogen is made using natural gas while phosphorus and potassium are mined. These are finite resources. Organic fertilizer comes from nature and binds with the soil to help improve the structure.

Synthetic fertilizers wash into creeks, streams and oceans, killing fish and marine life. The Dead Zone is a vast area in the Gulf of Mexico where nothing lives. It is one of the largest polluted areas in the world, and it is caused from synthetic fertilizers washing into the water system and flowing down the Mississippi River into the Gulf.

Synthetic fertilizers encourage quick, lush, green growth-not healthy growth and require frequent application. Organic fertilizers, while improving the soil, actually reduce the number of applications over time. They save water, reduce the use of herbicides and fungicides, and are better for the environment than synthetics.

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