Fertilize the lawn
There may be different types of fertilization that you can use. Slow release fertilizer is a type of plant fertilizer that provides nutrients for a longer period of time than fast release fertilizer, thus requiring fewer applications. Rate of release refers to the availability of nitrogen that can be used by plants. The slow release fertilizer contains nitrogen in forms that are not soluble in water and must be broken down by soil organisms before it can be absorbed by plants. Consequently, slow-release fertilizers have their advantages and disadvantages. An advantage is that when nitrogen is released in a slow way it provides the nutrients over a longer period of time. While this means that plants don't show a quick response to fertilizer, it also reduces the chances of them burning from over-fertilizing. From March to October, your lawn needs about 3 kg per 100 m2 of fertilizer: until May the combination of nitrogen-phosphorus-potassium will be 10-0-7, from June to October 10-5. -8. Spread the fertilizer in granular form with suitable tools. In fact, there are spreading or gravity fertilizer spreader trolleys, or even smaller machines that can be used manually.