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Benefits of Fertilizing

We will choose the proper time, application rates, and choosing the right fertilizer for your specific lawn type and needs to achieving your desired look.

Nutrient Supply

Fertilizers provide essential nutrients, such as nitrogen, phosphorus, and potassium, that may be lacking in your soil. These nutrients are necessary for healthy plant growth, root development, and overall lawn vigor. Fertilizing ensures that your lawn has an adequate supply of nutrients to thrive.

Improved Appearance

Fertilizing your lawn can lead to a lush, green, and vibrant appearance. The nutrients in fertilizers promote leaf and shoot growth, resulting in a denser and more attractive lawn. A well-fertilized lawn is often more aesthetically pleasing and enhances the overall curb appeal of your property.

Enhanced Resilience

Fertilized lawns are better equipped to withstand stressors, such as foot traffic, extreme weather conditions, and pest infestations. The nutrients in fertilizers strengthen the grass and help it recover more quickly from damage or environmental challenges. A healthy lawn has a higher tolerance to drought, disease, and other adverse conditions.

Weed Suppresion

A dense and healthy lawn can naturally suppress weed growth. By providing your lawn with the right balance of nutrients, you promote vigorous grass growth that can outcompete and crowd out weeds. Fertilizing helps to create a dense turf, minimizing bare spots where weeds can take hold.

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Increased Root Development

Fertilizers stimulate root growth, allowing grass to access deeper soil moisture and nutrients. Stronger and deeper roots make your lawn more resilient to drought and other stresses. They also improve water and nutrient uptake, leading to healthier and more vigorous plants.

Enviornmental Benefits

Using a balanced and properly applied fertilizer can have environmental benefits as well. Fertilizers can help improve soil structure and fertility, which promotes healthy microbial activity and nutrient cycling. This can contribute to overall soil health and reduce the risk of erosion. Additionally, a healthy lawn absorbs and filters rainwater more effectively, reducing runoff and the potential for water pollution.

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Just $40 per application*

*up to 2000 sqft service area

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