We offer three different fertilization programs, to provide your soil, soil microbes, and turf grass with beneficial nutrients and organic matter. These three programs include: Synthetic, Organic, and Season-long. With each application, we provide spot treatments for annual and perennial broadleaf weeds.
Our Fertilization Programs
The synthetic fertilization includes a spring pre-emergent to aid in prevention of annual weeds, with the follow-up treatments being applied roughly every 4-6 weeks, with a balanced fertilizer that includes organic matter.
The organic program uses Alpha One II fertilizer, manufactured in Loveland, Colorado. Alpha One Lawn II provides the plant ready nutrients in a natural time release for an extended availability for the turf. The Alpha One Lawn II formulation enables uniform leaf growth without the typical lush growth. Alpha One Lawn II will condition the soil, loosen compacted soils, and deepen and strengthen the root system.
The Season-Long fertilization is a 6-8 month, one-time slow release fertilization. It slowly releases based upon time, soil temperatures, and moisture.
Black Gypsum Application
Black Gypsum is applied in July. The best component of this product is the Humic Acid. Humic acid is an important part of a healthy and fertile soil. It feeds beneficial soil microorganisms allowing, more nutrients to become available for plant use.
Humic acid is a critical component of a healthy and fertile soil. It provides nutrition to feed microorganisms. This process frees up naturally occurring minerals and nutrients for plant use, that can often become bound up in our alkaline clay soils.
We also provide diagnosis of insect and disease issues within your lawn, then provide the following recommendations and treatments to assist in remedying the situation.
If you sign up for a full-time program, we will provide free re-sprays.
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