ArborScape strives to apply in-season lawn fertilization to produce the greatest effect for your lawn, creating a lush turf with fewer weeds and less work.
Early spring and late fall fertilization both have different goals, but both build roots and a strong foundation for a thrilling lawn experience.
The right blend of nutrients and schedule for lawn fertilization is extremely important!
Whether it’s creating the perfect blend of nutrients or establishing the right seasonal fertilization schedule required for your lawn, ArborScape stays up-to-date with the best lawn fertilization techniques and safety guidelines to get you your perfect lawn.
Lawn Care and Fertilization
Denver Lawns Need Special Care
Lawn fertilization in Denver requires the right blend of nutrients to be effective. The right fertilization for Cleveland or Chicago will burn out grass in Denver.
Most Denver lawns work best when a low nitrogen fertilizer is applied, especially to cool-season growers such as Kentucky bluegrass. Our lawn service experts have the experience and knowledge to properly diagnose and then treat your lawn with just the right fertilizer mixture.
We are excited to offer a turf feeding additive called Revive. Specially formulated with a wetting agent to combat lawns that don’t properly absorb water, Revive is an organic application that will green up lawns and keep your turf healthy through the mid-season
Lawn Fertilizer Safety
We are always striving to offer the safest products on the market. While organic fertilizers and greening agents like Revive are important, more common sense options to prevent over-fertilization and over-spraying begin with proper training of ArborScape lawn technicians.
Much planning goes into training techs how to apply lawn fertilization. We use a granular fertilizer that quickly enters the soil once activated by water. In addition, during the late season lawn service rounds, we try to avoid over-fertilization which can promote weeds instead of true grass. Please, please ask your tech if you have any concerns about safety or give us a call.
Combine early season fertilization with an aeration and your fertilizer will more easily mix in and have a greater affect.