Monday, June 15, 2020

Lawn Fertilization Services FAQ

Fertilizing the lawn doesn’t have to be an overpriced affair that consumes half your summer. In fact, many people maintain lush lawns with just a few applications throughout the year. The right fertilizer regimen can even provide your lawn with nutrients that will help protect it during harsh winter months. A great lawn care team can guide you to the perfect fertilization routine by assessing a few things:

Is your lawn newly installed?
Newly installed lawns need a little extra TLC to ensure the roots take maximum hold. Our custom starter plan includes a specialized blend of nitrogen, phosphorus, and potash to stabilize your new lawn.

Does your lawn have crabgrass?
Crabgrass creeps across your lawn in wide-leafed clumps that grow parallel to the ground. It is a pest to an otherwise nice lawn. Crabgrass appears in the lawn from last year’s crabgrass seeds. The best bet to preventing crabgrass is to treat the seedlings before they appear.

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Wednesday, June 3, 2020

Tired of Searching "Lawn Fertilizing Services Near Me" with No Results?

Whether you’re fertilizing for the first time or trying to improve on last year’s lawn care, figuring out lawn fertilization can be intimidating.

How often should you fertilize? And when?

What type of fertilizer do you need?


Every spring home and garden stores are full of folks trying to answer these same questions. Unfortunately, fertilizing your own lawn requires specialized equipment as well as specific knowledge of your lawn’s pH level and grass type (or types.) If you don’t have a specialized spreader or pH kit handy, you might want to join the thousands of Michiganders who use professional lawn care every year. 


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At Ever So Green, we have a lawn fertilization program that will fit your needs. Do you have a compacted lawn with crabgrass and lots of exposure in the wintertime? Try an early fertilization, crabgrass treatment, and aeration in March or April, a mid-summer fertilizer in July or August and a turf winterization in October or November.

Whether you know exactly which problems you need addressed with your lawn fertilization schedule or have no idea where to start, we will assess your needs and guide you through the options best suited to you. Our goal is to give you a beautiful lawn that requires as little maintenance as possible. Call us today to schedule a free estimate.

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