|I have heard that people should start fertilization of grass on Spring. Does that apply to all regions on the U.S., or does it have to do more with temprature, I am from Brownsville, Tx climate here is not that bad
|Answer from NGA
January 31, 2010
|Yes, fertilizer application has more to do with air and soil temperature than anything else. It's recommended that you wait until your lawn begins to green up before applying fertilizer. That can be any time from February through April. Just take your cue from your turf. As soon as you see hints of new growth you can feed your lawn. Enjoy your garden!
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