• Cool season grasses grow differently than their warm season cousins. The majority of their annual nutrients are taken in during the fall months making lawn winterization very important. Winterizer is high in both “macro” and “micro” nutrients in order to sustain the grass through the harsh winter.
  • In the fall, cool season grasses are taking on large amounts of nutrients to overcome summer stress and to get them through the winter. In addition, these grasses are programmed to use stored nutrients to break winter dormancy in spring. As much as seventy-five percent of the total annual nitrogen requirement is obtained in the fall. Therefore, fall lawn winterization is the best way to deliver the needed nutrients to your grass. Cool weather grasses will continue to take in and store nutrients far after the last cutting and well into the winter.
  • Application for winterizer therefore, is best to apply in mid to late fall when the temperatures start to drop off from the HOT summer.