Your lawn needs to absorb nutrients from the soil in order to grow. If the soil’s reserve of nutrients isn’t maintained through fertilization, your lawn will suffer. The poorer the reserve of nutrients in the soil, the weaker you lawn will be.
The vast majority of soils are poor in nitrogen and potassium, which are essential to your lawn’s health. Balanced fertilization will ensure a strong, dense, and healthy lawn that is better equipped to resist diseases, insects, and weeds.