Fertilizing Your Zoysia Lawn with Nutri-20:


posted on May 19th, 2017 by

Although Zoysia can prosper in most soils, it can still be helpful to apply fertilizer to your lawn. Fertilizing your Zoysia lawn can help speed up growth and improve the color, as well as giving the grass nutrients. However, it is only safe to apply a water-soluble fertilizer to our Amazoy Meyer Zoysia. Granular fertilizers are known to burn the runners of the Zoysia causing it to die out in some areas. Your lawn will be the healthiest if you fertilize it once a year in late May or early June.

Here at Zoysia Farms, we sell a fertilizer specifically made for our Amazoy Zoysia; this product is called Nutri-20. It is even safe to use on other plants, vegetables, etc. The easiest way to apply it is by using a hose-end sprayer. We do sell the Chameleon hose-end sprayer that will cover 350 square feet of lawn with fertilizer. Just put one cup of Nutri-20 in the sprayer, fill it to the top with water, shake it up, and set the dial to 1.5 oz-2 oz. before spraying. When the sprayer is empty, this means your job is complete. One bag of Nutri-20 will actually cover a total of 4,000 square feet if used properly. When fertilizing other garden plants, Nutri-20 should still be dissolved in water. You should only use one teaspoon of Nutri-20 per gallon of water.

Chameleon Hose-End Sprayer

Fertilizing your lawn with Nutri-20 comes with so many benefits. You will have a healthier lawn in less than 60 minutes after applying. All plant foods must be dissolved in water before plants are able to accept them, and because Nutri-20 is applied with water, this helps to speed up the nutrient intake. Nutri-20 can even save your plants from “root-rot” and help them recover from diseases as well.

Overall, fertilizing your Zoysia lawn can result in a greener and healthier lawn. Our Nutri-20 fertilizer allows customers to save their declining plants and also to boost their already successful lawns. Just remember to always use water-soluble fertilizers on Zoysia grass, and you will have the healthiest and greenest lawn in your neighborhood.

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