To keep your lawn looking lush and healthy it will require feeding. Like we have said previously, your lawn is a living thing.
There are many different feeds available on the market today but in the spring you will need one which has a higher nitrogen content. It must be applied very evenly or you will scorch your new lawn. If there is a lack of rain, once the feed is applied you will need to water it in, if it's supplied in a granular form.
You will certainly need to feed your lawn in the summer. Again, if it's during a dry period, which sometimes does happen in the UK, then you will need to water granular fertiliser in.
Yes you do need to feed your lawn in the autumn, it will start to prepare it for the winter and help to strengthen the plant. Lower nitrogen-based products and more phosphates and potassium are recommended for this time of year.
It is necessary to feed your lawn in the winter. This will help to protect the lawn against disease and frost damage.