Slow release fertilizers, compost, compost tea, mulching, annual aeration and reseeding will all increase your soil health. Let your  grass and garden beds thrive as they out-compete weeds. 

A healthy soil:

  • Reduces water consumption

  • Allows roots to grow deep

  • Increases resilience during hot summers or droughts

Best practice for lawns: Aerate, amend with sand (if compacted) and top dress your lawn with 3/8” of compost or a slow release fertilizer one to two times per year.  Encourage deep roots!

  • 1 application:  Spring

  • 2 applications: Spring and Early September

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