- Organic Fertilizers
- Fertilizing the Organic Garden
- Understanding Fertilizers
- Vegetable Garden Soil Management and Fertilization
- Organic Materials as Nitrogen Fertilizers
- Homeowner's Guide to Fertilizing Your Lawn and Garden
- Choosing a Soil Amendment
It's that time of year where many homeowners' thoughts turn to lawn and garden care. Fertilizing has long been recognized as an important part of keeping a lawn healthy, but increasingly many people are looking for green alternatives to chemical fertilizers. The Colorado State University Extension has produced several publications about how to use organic fertilizers that are better for the environment, such as
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