Many businesses use commercial fertilizers to help their landscaping thrive. Commercial fertilizers used throughout many landscaping projects can do as much harm as good when it comes to the surrounding environment. Yes, they've proven to be effective fertilizers, but at what cost to the environment?
Topics: lawn maintenance
Achievement of a healthy lawn for next year begins in the fall of the previous year. Proper aeration and over-seeding helps relieve compaction in the soil from the hot summer months to allow for better retention of moisture, nutrient retention in the soil, and seed to soil contact for over-seeding. Unlike warm season grasses, cool season grasses such as fescue, rye and bluegrass do not spread. Over-seeding provides new seed to help repair stress damaged areas from the hot summer season and will provide a lush thick lawn for the following year.