For years, homeowners fertilized their lawns in the spring when temperatures rose, and sunshine dominated, then again, perhaps, in summer and once more in the fall.
With only a few weeks left remaining of fall and thanksgiving right around the corner, have you prepared your lawn for cold temperatures, ice, and snow?
When shopping for fertilizer, it is important to understand the information on the label. Learn how to read a Fertilizer Label correctly.
One of the biggest ways you can support your lawn during this time and ensure it survives winter is by applying a Winterizer fertilizer in the fall.
Having a really healthy lawn, means building a turf area that will support all sorts of family recreational activities. Read our blog for fall tips.
Fall is the best and most important season to fertilize your lawn because: Fall's morning dew delivers moisture to help turf absorb the fertilizer.
Read our latest blog article to learn more about the ‘reasons’ to ‘trust’ a lawn care provider to take care of your lawn this fall!
In at least 11 states, from Wisconsin and Minnesota to Virginia, phosphorus in turf fertilizers for home lawns has been either limited or banned altogether.
Last November, literally after most grass had stopped growing, at least enough to mow, you had sod installed at your new home. Though it was cold, the lawn looked great; still vibrant and green.
A winterizer is a late fall fertilizer application made to help lawns reover, and to encourage thick healthy growth in the spring.