- Categories: Fertilization
Fertilizing gives your lawn the essentials it needs to grow and to withstand environmental stresses including weeds. Our fertilization plan is done simultaneously with a weed control plan which will help control weeds and promote a healthy lawn. Our fertilizer plan use controlled measures to provide you with a lush, green and healthy turf throughout the season.
Gbowl lawn care service begins in the spring and continues through the fall to ensure your lawn continues to thrive all year-round in any climate. We believe that an effective lawn care company doesn’t abandon you after a single visit or leave you guessing whether or not your lawn has been fertilized. We will be in touch with you, time to time, you can also contact us, and we will explain the fertilizer process as well as what you can do to promote the best results from our professional lawn fertilizer service. At Gbowl lawn service, we work with you to ensure that your lawn is healthy.
- Applying granular pre-emergent to prepare your lawn for the season.
- Add a slow-release granular pre-emergent fertilizer(to curb weeds).
- Driveaway insects, grubs, etc with Insecticide and a well-balanced fertilizer.
- Adding a slow-release nutrient-rich fertilizer and broad weed control.
- Fertilizers rich in phosphorus and potash are added to promote root development.
A broadcast or rotary spreader works well when you’re fertilizing larger lawn areas. Before filling the hopper, make sure it’s closed. It’s a good idea to fill it on a tarp, so you can easily gather any spilled fertilizer. Apply fertilizer around the perimeter of the lawn first, and then start to move back and forth across turf in an orderly pattern.
Use a drop spreader for controlled fertilizer distribution. Overlap slightly on each pass to ensure you have adequate coverage. Water it in well, and do so again a few days later to help move that nitrogen down through soil and out of the lawn’s root zone.
A handheld broadcast spreader works well for fertilizing small lawn areas. Walk evenly and slowly, and be sure to overlap distribution patterns slightly with each pass. A small spreader like this also works really well when you have shady areas in your lawn that require a different fertilizer rate than the sunny sections.