When Is It Best to Fertilize Your Lawn?

If you want a green, healthy lawn, you need to fertilize it regularly. But when is the best time to do that?

The answer depends on your climate and the type of grass you have. In general though, you should be applying fertilizer in the early spring and early fall.

If you live in an area with long winters and cool springs, it’s a good idea to apply fertilizer both March-April as well as September-October. If you have a warm-season grass, like Bermuda or St. Augustine, you can fertilize in late May or early June as well.

Make sure to read the directions on your lawn fertilizer carefully, and follow the recommendations for your climate and type of grass. Fertilizing at the wrong time can do more harm than good!

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Using Promo Codes and Coupons for Big Savings Toward Your Next Family Holiday

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Are you planning your next family vacation? Holidays don’t have to be expensive, and there are lots of ways you can save while still having a great time. Courtesy of Know All The Things, here are some ideas for a budget-friendly and stress-free holiday that you and your family will be talking about for years.

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Building a Business With a Focus on Sustainability

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It may seem like starting a sustainable business takes a lot of time and money, but it can actually be a really rewarding experience with a lot of benefits. Read on to learn about setting up an LLC, why sustainability is good for your business and the environment, and how to market your business as a sustainable business that people will appreciate. You can create a business with heart, and this guide presented by Know All the Things will show you how to do that.

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Head to Toe and Inside Out: Simple Everyday Health Strategies

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The National Institutes of Health offers some basic, no-nonsense strategies to maintain everyday health. They are all familiar to most of us, like staying active, minding your weight, and eating healthy foods. However, with so many of us juggling work life, parenting and, if you’re lucky, some social activities with daily fitness and food prep can seem overwhelming. Even worse, not being able to accomplish a health goal can lead to stress and feelings of guilt, which is counterproductive to your health goals!

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A Pandemic (and Post-Pandemic) Guide to Home Fitness

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Getting fit comes in many forms, and there’s no one right path for everyone. Many people have felt a bit hampered by the need to social distance during the pandemic, however, being unable to get to the gym or shoot hoops at the park. The good news is, there are several things you can do in the comfort of your own home to get moving and stay fit, both in the short term and longer term. 

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Reset Your Mind and Enjoy Some Self-Care in These Paradisiacal Cities

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Everyone needs to practice self-care from time to time, whether that means enjoying a simple massage or visiting a popular vacation city like Paris. In fact, taking a self-care vacation could be just the ticket to preparing yourself for 2022 professionally and emotionally. Know All The Things explores some of the best cities for self-care vacations now.

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