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  • It contributes to the overall health and appearance of a lawn.


  • It results in thicker and greener grass by enhancing the chlorophyll production. 

  • It makes the roots and stems stronger by giving the roots essential nutrients like nitrogen, phosphorous, and potassium. 

  • Makes your lawn stronger to be able to withstand wear and tear. 

  • Makes your lawn less susceptible to pests, diseases, and weeds

  • Regular fertilization helps your lawn maintain a turf that is dense and medium to dark green, that resists environmental stresses. 


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