Lawn Care

Tired of spending money on Lawn Care companies that don't produce results? We use soil testing to provide our clients with a Lawn Care road map that ensures the results needed to bring your lawn to life!

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We strive to help you have the best looking lawn possible while advising you to remove unnecessary pesticides and other products from normal applications. We understand that sometimes lawn insects and diseases can be damaging and need to be treated. This is where the the benefit of a Lawn Care roadmap helps you in making decisions.

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Soil Testing

The first step to having a healthy and green lawn is to test your soil. This will give you an idea of what nutrients your lawn is lacking, and what amendments you need to add. The results of your soil test will include information like the pH level, nitrogen levels, and more.

If you're not sure how to test your soil, or don't have the time, our Lawn & Landscape company can do it for you.

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Fertilization

After you've determined what your lawn is lacking, you can begin to fertilize it. This will help to ensure that your lawn is getting the nutrients it needs to be healthy and green. Some of the benefits of fertilizing your lawn include:

  • Helping to prevent lawn diseases

  • Reducing thatch

  • Aiding in moisture retention

  • Improving the overall health of your lawn

If you're looking for consulting that can help you with all of your lawn care needs, look no further than Central Texas Lawn & Landscapes!

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Where Does our information come from?

We work with an agronomist that uses one of the top soil testing facilities in the world, Brookside Laboratories. Kyle has a certificate in Turfgrass Management from the University of Georgia, and he is a Certified Professional Turfgrass Manager with the Texas Turfgrass Association. He is currently working on a Master’s degree in Turfgrass Science from Penn State University.

Kyle is an active member of numerous trade organizations including the Golf Course Superintendents Association of America, Texas Sports Turf Managers Association, Texas Turfgrass Association, International Society of Arboriculture (ISA), and the National Association of Landscape Professionals.

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