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About Lawn Fertilization

 

Water and sunlight aren’t all your lawn needs. It also needs food through Nitrogen (N), Phosphorous (P), and Potassium (K). These elements are present through natural processes of broken-down plant material and organisms; however, a thick and hearty lawn receives the correct amount of nutrients on a consistent basis and at the appropriate feeding times.

Lawns may not receive the nutrients they need to grow green and lush due to many reasons. This could include invasive weeds stealing nutrients, lawn diseases, or a lack of organic decomposition throughout your yard.

Furthermore, organic decomposition that occurs in your yard could be too high in a certain nutrient that isn’t optimal to your lawn’s growth. For this reason, it’s important that each particular lawn receives the correct amount of nutrients for its area.

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A Custom Fertilization Approach

 

We take a look at what's happening in your yard and make a custom approach from there. Every yard is different and needs different elements to make it flourish. We treat each lawn uniquely depending on your lawn’s shade cover, current condition, soil composition, and type of grass.

Whether applying a granular treatment or a liquid treatment, we always use carefully calibrated spreaders and sprayers to ensure uniform application across the lawn. Our customers take comfort in knowing that their lawn is receiving the correct amount of nutrients at the right time of year.

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