We prefer a dry fertilizer over a liquid fertilizer based on the following reasons:

  • Dry Fertilizer has a slow release so it is not as hard on the lawns as a liquid fertilizer is.
  • The fertilizer is called slow release because it takes a period of 4 to 5 weeks to fully release all of the nitrogen into the plant.  The slow release helps keep the plant healthier and greener and provides it with nitrogen for the extent of the product.
  • With the dry conditions that we get during the hot summer months this product will not burn the lawns.
  • The slow release fertilizer does not put the full stress on the lawn when it is watered in.  Once the fertilizer is watered in, the slow reaction starts to work and will continue the process until it is complete.

(I use liquid for weed spray that is a contact spray that will land on the weeds and work its way down to the roots of the weed.)



 Aeration is a great attribute to your lawn. It breaks up the thatch level as well as the compaction. The broken ground is then able to provide more oxygen and nutrients to the primary root system.



 We offer professional residential and commercial weekly mowing services to keep your lawn looking clean and professional. Included in our services is spring & fall clean up to get your lawn ready for the following season! 

A perfected process...

I have a 4-step fertilizing program that I follow, but will modify based on your lawns needs.