Lawn Fertilization

For your lawn, it is important to find a lawn fertilizer with a high level of nitrogen to promote grass growth

Lawn fertilization is a fundamental component in any well-rounded lawn care program and is essential for maintaining lush, green turf throughout the season.  Our lawn care specialists begin by assessing the growing environment on your property which help them to create a lawn care program tailored to the conditions on your site which will include accurately timed applications of lawn fertilizer.

A soil test is an important first step when developing a lawn care program and it is the only way to accurately determine which of the 16 nutrients essential for plant growth are depleted in your lawn. Northeasterns lawn care professionals have the training and experience to determine what nutrients, application rates and timing of applications will work best to improve the health of your lawn. We offer natural and pure organic applications to work with your personal preferences in care.

Speak with our lawn care experts to learn how we can help you achieve a beautiful and healthy lawn all season.

Lawn fertilization is essential to achieve healthy, green grass

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Connecticut News Alert

Over the past month, the presence of mosquitoes testing positive for the deadly Eastern Equine Encephalitis virus led to field curfews, warnings and health scares in several Connecticut towns.

The EEE scare began taking shape over the past week when state health officials announced that a second Connecticut resident had died as a result of the virus and that EEE-infected mosquitos were now found in South Windsor. Two Connecticut residents from East and Old Lyme were killed by the EEE virus, officials confirmed. EEE mosquitoes have now been found in 21 Connecticut towns.

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