Lawn fertilizer promotes thicker, greener growth.
A healthy green lawn is attractive and inviting while a brown lawn with weeds and bare patches has the opposite effect. However, sometimes mowing the grass and keeping plants and hedges trimmed isn’t enough. Fertilizing your lawn and plants promotes vitality and growth throughout the warm weather seasons. Some of the specific benefits of fertilizing the lawn of your home or business in Eastern Nebraska include:
- Weed control: You have probably noticed that your local lawn and garden store has a large section devoted to weed control products. It’s good to have when you need them, but fertilizing your lawn and plants regularly can prevent weed growth altogether or at least slow it. That is because weeds have difficulty taking root in thick, healthy grass.
- Protects your investment: It’s frustrating to invest in new turf only to see it quickly damaged by weeds, disease, and insects. Setting up a fertilization schedule from the start means your new grass will continue looking lush and green.
- Your yard won't be a muddy mess when raining: Without fertilizer, your yard can develop unsightly puddles and mud patches. Since fertilizer strengthens the roots of your grass, it can absorb water much faster. Not only does this prevent mud patches and puddles, it can eliminate ones that have already formed.
- Prevents and treats lawn and plant diseases: Fungal growth, insect damage, wilting, and rotting are just some of the problems that can affect the lawn and plants of your Nebraska home or business. A regular fertilization schedule prevents and reverses these common problems.