Lawn Fertilizing

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Lawn Fertilization & Weed Control

WinLAWN Management prides itself as being known in the Georgia lawn care industry as one of the best lawn fertilizing services in the state. At home, at work, or at play WinLAWN has you covered so you can have beautiful property. We’ve packaged decades of experience and research into our lawn treatment plans for our customers so their lawns can be their best. Everyone knows the secret to having a beautiful, thick, green lawn is to have a lawn fertilization plan that properly nourishes your lawn without burning it out or even killing it. WinLAWN offers lawn treatment plans that take care of all your lawn fertilization and weed control needs. For more information please visit our Bermuda Lawn Care Plan, our Zoysia Lawn Care Plan, or our Fescue Lawn Care Plan so you can gain more insights into how we operate.

Trust The Lawn Fertilization Experts

We spend a lot of time researching, buying, and testing different fertilizers always striving to improve our lawn fertilization plans for our customers. During the research process there are a lot of things that need to be taken into consideration into the lawn treatments we put down every day.

Moisture in the Environment – Almost every year you run across or hear about someone who has burnt out their lawn because they applied too much fertilizer when there wasn’t enough moisture in the topsoil and grass itself. The salts in most modern day fertilizers are what causes lawns to burn out. Salts simply suck up the moisture in the environment and grass blades via osmosis robbing your lawn of the water and moisture it needs to live. This process totally messes up the inner biology of your lawn. We are always very careful with our lawn fertilization plans and take into consider drought and dry conditions when applying lawn treatments.

Knowing What Fertilizer to Use – There are 3 primary macronutrients that are used to fertilize lawns including nitrogen, phosphorous, and potassium. When you visit a hardware store you will see bags of fertilizer with numbers on the side that look something like ’24-25-4′. These numbers indicate how much Nitrogen, Phosphorous, and Potassium are in the fertilizer and are known as NPK ratings. We are experts at applying exactly the amount of fertilizer your lawns needs.

Liquid vs Granular Applications – Currently around 90% of all the fertilizers put down in the United States across all fields of horticulture and farming are granular applications that are slowly released into the environment as they break down from wind and water. In the professional lawn care industry we’d guess that 65% of the fertilization applications put down during the year on lawns are liquid spray-on fertilizers that companies like WinLAWN often combine with weed control and pre-emergents. We love using liquid lawn treatments in the early part of the year but often switch to granular fertilization in the hot summer months when the heat is stressing lawns.

Micronutrients and Organic Fertilizers – Common micronutrients in fertilizers include iron, manganese, zinc, copper, and molybdenum and many others. Organic fertilizers which include manure, animal waste, or plant or lawn clippings. The management team at WinLAWN loves adding micronutrients and using organic fertilizers as part of our lawn care plans.

Our Fertilization Services

  • 8 Lawn Treatments Per Year
  • Consistent Lawn Fertilization Year-Round
  • Liquid and Granular Fertilizer Applications
  • Nitrogen Based Fertilizer Applications
  • Organic Fertilization
  • Micronutrients Added to Our Lawn Treatments
  • Lime Applications to Condition Soil
  • Industry-Leading Weed Control

Service Areas

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 Fertilizing 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.