If you have a lawn at home, it is necessary to maintain it. I am a gardener. I live in Mississauga. I am a newbie to this forum. I would like to share some tips regarding lawn fertilizer ( https://peellandscapedepot.com/fertilizers/ ). Besides sunlight and water, plants need an adequate amount of fertilizer to flourish well. Plants need the proper balance of nutrients to grow and stay healthy. Fertilizer can ensure that your lawn has all the nutrients, in the proper amounts, it needs to grow. You can purchase fertilizers according to the seasonal requirements. If you are left with extra fertilizer at the end of the season, you can use it, share it, or store it. A lawn fed three to four times a year develops a deep root system to resist heat, drought, and wear. It also develops thick green top growth to naturally resist weeds, disease, and insects. If your lawn is not that large and you have leftover fertilizer at the end of the season, pass it with your family, neighbors, friends, or community group. This will help to ensure that their lawns grow back lushly and healthily in the spring. Keep any leftover fertilizer sealed in its original container in a dry place for using in the next season. If moisture gets in, you may have lumping of the fertilizer, so be sure to break up any clumps before placing in the spreader next spring. Thank you.