Savannah grass, a type of Bermuda grass, does best with a balanced fertilizer of three parts nitrogen, one part phosphorous and two parts potassium (3:1:2 ratio of NPK), with sulphur. Nitrogen is critical for grass to grow lush, tender green leaves. Phosphorous stimulate root growth, and potassium protects against disease.
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Thomas K. Arnold is the publisher and editorial director of Home Media Magazine and a regular contributor on entertainment to "USA Today", "The Hollywood Reporter," "San Diego Magazine" and other publications.
An alumnus of San Diego State University, Arnold has appeared on such TV shows as "CNN", "E! Entertainment" and "G4's Attack of the Show" to discuss home entertainment and technology issues.