Gardeners in Georgia should fertilize warm-season grasses, such as St. Augustine, in early spring and again in fall approximately six weeks before the season's first frost, according to the University of Georgia. Fertilize centipede grass in April and August and fertilize cool-season grass such as Kentucky bluegrass, in April and again in September.
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