This is often an overlooked step by home owners and business owners alike. By this time, it is fall. You have spent all spring and summer mowing, feeding, weeding, watering, aerating, trimming and edging. Don’t let all of that hard work go to waste. In order to not let that work go to waste, preparing your lawn for the colder months is a must. This fall fertilization is one of the most important steps to keeping your grass healthy throughout winter. By fertilizing in the fall, the grass roots are able to store the nutrients throughout winter. As soon as spring rolls around your grass will already be one step ahead of your neighbors and turning green long before everyone else in the area, creating that healthy grass and beautiful curb appeal we all are after.