A fertilizer (American English) or fertiliser (British English) is any material of
natural or synthetic origin (other than liming materials) that is applied to soils or to
Fertilizers give plants essential nutrients to survive and thrive. Learn the basics
so you can choose the best fertilizer for your lawn and landscape.
Shop our selection of Lawn Fertilizers in the Outdoors Department at The Home
ACCORDING to the Gallup Gardening Survey, less than half of the country's
home gardeners use any kind of fertilizer on their lawns or gardens. What's ...
NCDA Soil Fertility Note 8. Understanding the fertilizer label, calculating nutrient
content, selecting a fertilizer grade & spreading fertilizer.
When different nitrogen fertilizer materials are applied properly, they give the
same results per unit of nitrogen applied.
Manufactured fertilizers are popular with gardeners because they are readily
available, inexpensive, easy to apply, and generally provide a quick release of ...
Natural and organic fertilizers differ from chemicals in that they feed your plants
while building the soil. Soils with lots of organic material remain loose and airy, ...
Fertilizers are used to add plant nutrients not adequately supplied by the soil. A
soil test is used to determine the amount of nutrients in the soil. The soil test ...
“Fertilizer” and “plant food” are terms used to describe additives that increase
soil's fertility—its capability of producing abundant crops. Nutrients are