Lawn Fertilization Methods
Our Modesto Lawn Fertilization Service Benefits
Maintenance plans should be produced for plants and trees in your Modesto landscaping designs. An effective care program includes giving well timed applications of fertilizer, mulch, and water as well as monitoring and keeping diseases and insects problems in control as well as restraining weed competition.
Trees and plants fertilization is particularly vital in urban and sub-urban areas of the country where soils have been altered due to constructions. These urban and suburban lands incline to be heavily compressed, poorly drained, short of organic matter, and poorly oxygenated. Even where soils have not been stricken, fertilization is usually needed as part of a sustaining program to step up plant vigor or to crest growth and improve lawn, tree and plant roots.
Trees and plants in commercial and residential landscape properties are usually fertilized to keep them healthy and attractive. Over fertilization is frequent, inducing excessive growth, especially in immature nursery stock. Plants growing in lawn areas usually get some nutrients when the lawn is fertilized, but this is usually not enough to sustain most plants. However, fertilization could be needed on altered soils wherever the top soil has been removed or unconsolidated fill material has been superimposed. Managed urban and suburban areas where fallen leaves are dispatched may additionally call for a fertilization program to replenish nutrients and enrich the soil.
Plant nutrition is no stand in for environmental factors, such as water and sunshine, which must be in balance if a plant or a tree is to acquire its full potential. Trees and plants that are healthy and thriving are more subject to attack by diseases and insects. An application of fertilizer might, in some few cases, enhance the plant’s resistance to further infestations of certain pests.
What Are the Benefits of Fertilizers?
Provides A Slow, Gradual Release Of Nutrients
When organic fertilizers are applied to soil, micro-organisms, such as fungi and bacteria present in the soil react on it and undergo processes that discharge nutrients, such as copper, calcium, potassium, and nitrogen. All these elements are present in the fertilizer and provide the ample amount of nutrients needed by the plants to grow. This helps provide to the stable growth of the plants irrespective of a change in soil temperature and weather.
A Positive Spike In Soil Fertility
Organic fertilizers help in preserving and restoring the fertility of soil. They utilize the microbes found in the soil to manufacture the required nutrients for the plant and in turn boost growth as well as long lasting fertility of the soil. They additionally improve the structure of the soil by preventing soil erosion, allowing for better plant growth during future seasons.
Friendly To The Environment
Organic fertilizers are decomposable and can be recycled and re-used continuously and therefore help to avert land pollution. They are manufactured from natural, left over products and wastes; thus they provide consumers with harmless and healthy food, protecting them from illness, such cancers, skin allergies, and other diseases which can come from toxins and chemicals found in some chemical fertilizers.
As they improve the fertility of the soil, the land can be used time and again for cultivation, which prevents the cutting down of trees for more land.
Availability and Economical
Organic fertilizers can be manufactured in farms on small quantity by using dead plants and leaves, kitchen waste, wild weeds, fish bone, and cow dung. Since they are easily available on most farms, they can be produced with very little amount of money.
Chemical fertilizers have very few benefits when compared to organic fertilizers. Chemical fertilizers contain phosphorous, potassium and nitrogen in equal amounts and their phosphorous, potassium, and nitrogen ratio is 60% as compared to the 14% phosphorous, potassium, and nitrogen ratio for organic fertilizers. Chemical fertilizers are great in places with less fertile soil. At times, plants need immediate nutrition, which can only be achieved by applying chemical fertilizers.
How Much Fertilizer Should You Use?
Over-fertilizing can lead to excessive top growth, chemical burn and weakens your lawn. On the other hand, under-fertilizing results in a lawn that lacks color and lushness, results in more weed growth and increases the risk of diseases. Clearly, applying the right amount of fertilizer is very important.
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At Aguiar’s Landscaping, we specialize in all types of fertilization for your business or home. We pride ourselves on keeping your property green, maintained and looking better than the competition!