Lawn Fertilization Pros
Having a vibrantly green lawn requires a comprehensive lawn fertilization program based on lawn type and environmental conditions. Our plans strive to give our customers everything they need to have a vibrantly green lawn throughout the growing season.
We spend a lot of time evaluating different lawn fertilizers always striving to improve our lawn treatment plans for our customers. The trick is knowing what to put out, when to put it out, and understanding Georgia’s unique environment that can sometimes strip moisture from surface layers of soil.
Lawn Fertilization Building Blocks
All of our lawns receive premium grade, slow release granular fertilizers.
Our lawn treatment cycle includes several leading liquid lawn fertilization applications throughout the year. This enables us to do combination applications, which allows us to put out weed control products simultaneously.
Nitrogen Based Fertilizers
The nitrogen based products we use are put out intelligently, at the right time of the year.
Micronutrients and Organic Fertilization
Our lawn treatments include fertilizer applications that contain key micro and bio nutrients that your lawn will love.
Lawn Treatment Services
- 8 Lawn Treatments Per Year
- Lawn Fertilization Throughout Growing Season
- Liquid and Granular Fertilizer Applications
- Nitrogen Based Fertilizer Applications
- Organic Fertilization
- Lime Applications to Condition Soil
- Industry-Leading Products
We provide lawn fertilizing services in a large area in Georgia including Alpharetta, Atlanta, Ball Ground, Buford, Canton, Cumming, Doraville, Duluth, Dunwoody, East Cobb, Flowery Branch, Holly Springs, Johns Creek, Kennesaw, Lawrenceville, Marietta, Milton, Norcross, Peachtree Corners, Roswell, Sandy Springs, Sugar Hill, Suwanee, and Woodstock.
Lawn Fertilization Tips and Advice
If you’re looking for more information about lawn fertilization be sure to check out our Lawn Care Guide that is full of great information about all-things lawn care. The guide is broken down into four primary channels including Popular Topics, Lawn Care Research, Broadleaf Weeds, and Grassy Weeds.