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Fertilizing

RESIDENTIAL AND COMMERCIAL LAWN FERTILIZING

We offer numerous lawn fertilization programs to keep you within your budget. Our fertilizer programs keep lawns looking lush green.

We use very high quality fertilizers that include exceptionally high levels of slow release nitrogen for sustained growth. We pay a premium for our products; our customers reap the benefits! Don’t worry about trying to figure out which one you need. We’ll help with that.

Feel free to compare our service to others. We enjoy what we do and we do it right!

Our Lawn Fertilization service will help:
• Reduce soil compaction
• Stimulate root growth
• Decrease water run-off
• Increase air and water penetration
• Improve nutrient uptake via the root system
• Help stimulate microbial activity

Our 5 Step Lawn Fertilizing Program:

• Spring Starter
• Summer Starter
• Middle of Summer
• Late Summer
• Fall

Give us a call and we can go over our Our 5 Step Lawn Fertilizing Program.

Step 1

Spring growth & green up with slow release for strong stems & promotion of dark green healthy leaf blades. Includes crabgrass & broad leaf prevention.

Step 2

Slow release with iron for richer dark green color, healthy root system promotion. Includes crabgrass & broad leaf prevention.

Step 3

Slow release with a continued version of crabgrass, chickweed, & broad leaf prevention.

Step 4

Fall application with slow release weed & feed turf promotion of carbohydrate storage in root systems for following spring green up.

Get Your Lawn Ready for Summer 2019!

Contact us to learn more about Central Lakes Property Services and receive a FREE ESTIMATE on all of your Fall, Winter, Spring and Summer lawn and grounds maintenance needs.

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Central Lakes Lawn Mowing and Property Services