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Fertilization Services in Warren, MI

Fertilization Services in Warren, MI

Why fertilize Lawns?

To keep your lawn green, growing and looking its best, a consistent program of fertilization is essential. Regular fertilization will lead to a thicker, healthier lawn that reduces erosion, filters pollutants, provides natural cooling and cleans the air. Plus, your lawn will be less likely to suffer from weed, insect and disease problems when it’s fertilized on a regular basis. And perhaps best of all, your lawn will need less water when it gets the nutrients it needs throughout the year.

supreme Organic Approach Fertilization

Fertilization Services – Consisting of the finest controlled-release nitrogen, low to no phosphorous and potassium.

Included with applications:

  1. Organic soil conditioners & soil builders
  2. Chelated micro-nutrient mix
  3. Pre-emergent crabgrass treatment
  4. Broad-leaf weed control applied

Note: Our fertilizers are released by microbial activity, thus they do not leech into the soil like other nitrogen sources, and they are far more environmentally friendly.


Committed to making our world a beautiful place!

Organic Deep Root Feeding

Deep Root Feed by injecting primary nutrients (N, P, K), secondary nutrient, (S, Mg) and micronutrients (Fe, Mn, Cu, Zn) plus organic soil conditioners. Root feeding should supply all the essential nutrients needed for healthy plant growth and in a form that is naturally available to the plant, as it needs it throughout the year.

Proper fertilization will increase root density, improve plant color and appearance, increase plant defense mechanisms against insects and diseases, and improve plant hardiness in extreme temperatures.


Evergreen Winter Protection

Fertilization Services for winter protectant spray to guard against plant loss from “sun-scald”, “wind-burn”, and “winter-kill”. This damage occurs because the leaves and needles are losing moisture throughout the entire winter. The frozen roots cannot replenish the moisture, thus damage and death occur to many evergreens every winter which includes: Holly, Taxus, Azaleas, Rhododendrons, Juniper, Hemlock, Boxwood, Roses, Ivy, Pachysandra, etc.