Fertilization

Fertilizing is one of the best ways to promote the long-term health of your landscape.  Determining the right application for any landscape can be complicated and confusing for most people. Fortunately, the professionals at Lawscaping of San Antonio LLC we are able to recommend and implement the most appropriate treatments based on the nutritional requirements of your grass, plants and trees.

Variables like soil conditions,  species, health can all determine the type of fertilizer required and how to treat your property. Additionally, the use of different fertilizers is necessary for each season of the year to promote proper growth and health. 
There is some  fertilizer to be recommended based on the specific need:
 
* Weed prevention: basically used on grass and is recommended at least twice a year, on early spring and fall to  prevent the propagation of weeds on the grass, this promotes the health and green of the grass. We suggest to compliment this whit seeding to fullness on turf  and to avoid small empty spots that can be easily populated by weeds.  The best method of keeping grassy weeds out of your lawn is to build a thick, healthy, vigorously growing turf. This fertilization program is very important to consider if you want to have a picture perfect grass and keep weeds away in the long term.

* Flower beds Fertilization: On simple words its like to supplement your plants with essential nutrients  to make them  healthy and lush. 

* Compost:  energizes the soil and enhance your garden’s ability to grow healthy plants, compost also helps the soil retain moisture. Make a habit of adding compost to the soil each planting season because it is rich in nutrients, and it promotes soil microbes that aid plant growth, over time, the fertility of your soil will improve, and you will need less fertilizer to grow a healthy. In a nutshell, compost is decomposed organic matter. Composting is a natural process of recycling organic material such as leaves and vegetable scraps into a rich soil amendment that gardeners fondly nickname Black Gold.  Is important to keep on mind the difference on terms, compost feeds the soil and fertilizer feeds the plants. 
 
*Other Specific needs: Fungus(like mushrooms), diseases, parasites(either parasite insects or parasite plants)


 We also offer a maintenance plan that ensures that your landscape is serviced on a regular schedule based on its unique needs.