Healthy Turf Pros
Lawn Fertilization & Weed Control Livonia Michigan
Specializing in 100% slow release fertilizers
Healthy Turf Pros in Livonia Michigan provides Livonia with dependable and professional slow release lawn fertilization and weed control services. Call Today for a FREE Estimate: (734) 578-2833
Lawn Services Livonia MI:
- Lawn Fertilization – Slow Release Specialists
- Lawn Aeration & Overseeding
- Weed Control
- Insecticide – Grub Control
- Lawn Disease – Fungicide
- Perimeter Pest Control
Giving your lawn proper maintenance takes time and a whole lot of effort, and let’s face it, you just don’t have the time to spend hours in your yard trying to keep it in tip-top shape. Our specialized slow release fertilizers and lawn care in Livonia Michigan offers you the freedom of having your weekends back, without having to sacrifice your grass to do it! Our technicians are highly trained to give your lawn the best care possible, including:
- Lawn pest control
- Seasonal fertilization treatments
- Weed and fungus control and prevention
- Beneficial microbe applications
- And much more!
Specializing in 100% slow release fertilizers. Here are the benefits:
Because nitrogen is the nutrient responsible for green growth, it’s the most vital for grass. Specifically, it inspires dense, dark green, vertical growth. You can apply it to keep a lawn healthy during the active growing season or dose yellow grass with it to refresh its green coloring. The best times to apply it are fall — typically in November — and again sometime between late spring and late summer.
As it encourages growth, nitrogen also optimizes health, which makes grass less susceptible to diseases. For instance, lawns suffering from nitrogen deficiencies are more prone to diseases such as rust, red thread and dollar spot. Although quick-release fertilizers can help with these problems, they also encourage rapid growth that is vulnerable to fungal growth and similar problems. On the other hand, slow-release nitrogen reduces the risk of grass developing these diseases, with less threat of fungus.
Lower Risk of Salt Burn
Slow-release nitrogen fertilizer is safer for a lawn than quick-release blends, because it releases nitrogen gradually over the course of several weeks. Besides keeping the lawn healthy and green for longer, this also reduces the risk of burning grass with an overdose of fertilizer that’s too strong.
Too much nitrogen at once from a quick-release fertilizer can cause rapid, leggy growth, forcing gardeners to mow the lawn more frequently. Slow-release nitrogen fertilizer avoids this overgrowth problem while keeping the grass green for weeks.