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How to Implement the Perfect Fertilization Program

How often should you fertilize? 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. 

A professional lawn fertilization company can help with these common lawn issues:

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.

Are you dealing with broadleaf weeds?

Typical broadleaf weeds are dandelion, thistle and plantain. These weeds can easily overrun an otherwise lush lawn. Twice yearly treatments can keep broadleaf weeds at bay.

Does your lawn get a lot of use?

If your lawn gets a lot of use (kids and pets, etc.) your lawn is likely very compacted and in need of aeration. Compacted soil restricts the flow of air, nutrients, and water to your grass. Aeration loosens the compacted soil, allowing for maximum growth and creating a healthier lawn. 

Tired of Searching for the Perfect Lawn Fertilization Program?

Your search ends here! We have a lawn fertilization program that will fit your needs. Try an early fertilization, crabgrass treatment, and aeration in March or April, and mid-summer fertilizer in July or August.

Whatever you need to keep your lawn healthy and fertilized, Ever So Green can provide it. Our team has been serving the Livingston County area for over twenty years. We are licensed and insured with certified and licensed technicians.

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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