Fertilization Programs

For years we have been advising our clients on how to best take care of their lawns. We have come to realize the best way for us to ensure your lawn is properly managed, is to do it ourselves.

For over 10 years we have been installing automatic fertilizer injection systems to help manage our client's lawn requirements. However, without one of these systems, we could only offer our recommendations as we were not set up to do this ourselves. Until now.

We can automatically fertilize your lawn, depending on the program you choose, when the time is right and with the proper fertilizer for the time of year. Our rates or similar to what it would cost you to buy the fertilizer in the store, and we will do the work.

How often should you fertilize? It depends on the results you are looking for

Fertilization compare

0-1 Annual Applications 2-3 Annual Applications 3-4 Annual Applications
  • Many weeds
  • Shallow root system
  • Few nutrients

The lawn is weak and susceptible to weeds and stress. Often, with one application the lawn can rebound.

  • Much fewer weeds
  • Thicker root system
  • Denser lawn

Lawns begin to choke out weeds naturally. Root structure improves and lawn begins to be more lush and green.

  • Almost no weeds
  • Dense root system
  • Healthy lawn

Lawns will have almost no weeds and will be healthy enough to ward off pests. Soil nutrients are maintained.

 

We offer a range of schedules, from one to four applications per year

  • One application per year
    • Minimum recommended to maintain a good lawn
  • Two applications per year
    • Recommended to promote and maintain a better lawn
  • Three applications per year
    • Recommended to promote and maintain a high-quality lawn
  • Four applications per year
    • Recommended to promote and maintain the highest quality lawns

We apply the fertilizer according to the following schedule

Applications May June August September
1

No

No

No

Yes

2

Yes

No

No

Yes

3

Yes

No

Yes

Yes

4

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

  • In Spring, we will apply a fertilizer that is lower in Nitrogen and higher in Phosphorus and Potassium.
  • In non-sandy soils, we use about 25% slow release Nitrogen. If you have sandy soil, we will use about 50% slow release Nitrogen.

If you are unsure of how many square feet you have, watch this video to do the calculation yourself