Keeping New Jersey Green One Lawn at a Time™
Whatever the size, shape or condition of your lawn or garden, we can greatly improve its look and health with our fertilization and other lawn care services.
A healthy, green, lush lawn is generally the result of a good, consistent fertilization program. Very few soils are fertile enough to supply the nutrients that plants need in order to thrive. In fact, the soil in most areas has become so depleted over the years that fertilizers and other additives must be used to achieve a healthy looking lawn.
There is no single perfect or absolute best fertilizer for lawns; however knowing which one is the best for your lawn is key. The lawn care experts at New Jersey Best Lawns, Sprinklers, & Fencing have the knowledge and experience to put together the ideal plan for your lawn.
All of our lawn care programs include our Integrated Pest Management (IPM) techniques which are designed to significantly reduce the need for chemical application. Our program builds healthier turf, which promotes a built-in natural defense against weed and pest infestation, and thus a healthier lawn. This approach provides maximum safety for your family, children and pets.
When Should I Fertilize My Lawn?
Fertilizing is an important part of ensuring a healthy, lush lawn. But when is the best time to fertilize your lawn in New Jersey?
The best time to fertilize your lawn in New Jersey is in the fall. The weather is cooler and the grass is still growing, so the fertilizer will have a chance to really sink in and do its job. Plus, applying fertilizer in the fall will give your grass a boost in nutrients so that it can make it through the cold winter with ease. It’s important to note that you should only fertilize your lawn once or twice during the fall season. Too much fertilizer can actually do more harm than good, and can even damage your grass if applied too often.
Our Services Include:
- Balanced Fertilizer
- Crabgrass Control
- Broadleaf Weed Control
- Grassy Weed Control
- Fungus Inspection
- Grub Control
- Gypsy Moth Control
- Flea & Tick Control
As much as we love our pets, the fleas and ticks we can do without. Besides the aggravation, ticks carry Lyme Disease, a devastating autoimmune illness.
We only use the finest products and quality nitrogen fertilizers that contain controlled-release nitrogen. As a result, our fertilization programs, especially when paired with our other lawn care services, will result in a lush, beautiful lawn.
If you are interested in a greener lawn year over year that is free of weeds and free of pesky bugs, look into our organic fertilization program. If you’re interested in our fertilization services, contact us today to get started.
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