Lawn Fertilization in Northeast Georgia
Over time, soil naturally loses the nutrients that your grass needs to survive. This results in brown patches, slow-growing grass, and dead spots. Our fertilizer applications are designed to replenish those nutrients and reverse the damage to your grass. We use a slow-release fertilizer that contains nitrogen, phosphorus, and potassium, as well as other micronutrients. Here’s how our lawn fertilization in Northeast Georgia can help:
- Nitrogen encourages chlorophyll production which causes growth and makes grass blades greener.
- Phosphorus stimulates root growth which makes grass grow stronger and fuller.
- Potassium makes your grass more resistant to drought, disease, and other stressors.
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We don’t require you to sign up for expensive long-term contracts. You can choose the schedule that works best for your lawn, whether it’s a one-time application or ongoing service.
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What Is Fertilizer Used For?
Fertilizer is used to boost the health and growth of your lawn by providing essential nutrients like nitrogen, phosphorus, and potassium. When applied correctly, fertilizer helps grass grow thicker and greener. It also encourages strong root growth which makes the grass more resilient against drought, disease, and other stressors.
The Benefits of Professional Fertilization
Our professional technicians are trained to ensure that the right amount of fertilizer is applied to your lawn for optimal results. Unlike DIY methods, our application technique ensures even coverage and accurate amounts for each application. Regular fertilization also makes your grass less vulnerable to damage from pests and disease. It also helps create a healthier, more beautiful lawn.
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When Should Fertilizer Be Applied In Georgia?
Fertilization should be done when the grass is actively growing, usually two to four times a year. The best time of year to fertilize in Georgia depends on the type of grass you have. Warm-season turfgrass, such as Bermuda and Zoysia, should be fertilized in early spring and mid-summer. Cool-season grass, such as fescue and rye, should be fertilized in early spring and late summer. Additionally, applying fertilizer during the fall months can also help your lawn survive winter conditions.
It is important to note that applying too much fertilizer can be harmful to your lawn, so always err on the side of caution. If you are still unsure of when or how to fertilize your lawn, it is best to consult a professional who will be able to give you advice tailored to your specific needs. With proper care and maintenance, you can keep your Georgia lawn looking vibrant.
Customized Fertilization Solutions
The type and amount of fertilizer your lawn needs depends on factors such as soil composition, grass species, sunlight exposure, and local weather conditions. Our experts review each property individually to develop a custom fertilization plan that meets the unique needs of your lawn.
When Should You Not Apply Fertilizer
In general, it is best to avoid applying fertilizer when the temperatures are high, during a drought, or when the ground is frozen. It's also important not to apply too much fertilizer at once because this can burn your grass. Finally, make sure that you do not spread fertilizer near water sources as runoff from fertilizers can be harmful to local ecosystems.
Service Within 48 Hours
Here at Legacy Lawn Care, we understand that every lawn is different and that timing is important for proper fertilization. That's why we guarantee servicing within 48 hours. When you partner with your local experts, rest assured your lawn is getting the timely attention and care it needs.
Servicing in the Bethlehem, GA and the Surrounding Cities
As a locally-owned and operated company, we take great pride in helping our neighbors in Bethlehem and the surrounding areas. We’ve been providing quality lawn care since 2005 and can’t wait to help you next! Our services are available in: