Liquid or Granular – Does it Matter?

Posted by & filed under fertilization.

Nitrogen, the primary component of most fertilizers, has long been lauded as the element responsible for the dark green color that homeowners are hoping to achieve with fertilizer applications.  Numerous studies show that in fact, Nitrogen is only one component and that there are many other components that impact the color and overall health of… Read more »

So are you REALLY against Herbicides?

Posted by & filed under fertilization, herbicide.

Recently, my wife and I spent a good portion of the summer in the beautiful mountains of Crested Butte, Colorado. I couldn’t help but notice how green and lush the bluegrass was while enjoying one of the outdoor concerts in the area. Kids were happily playing in the grass, others laying on it, and I… Read more »

4 Spring Landscape Tips for Oklahoma Homeowners

Posted by & filed under fertilization.

Spring has finally arrived in Tulsa with trees, shrubs, and lawns coming out of dormancy after a somewhat mild winter. As the weather continues to warm up along with our beneficial rain in April, it’s important to start preparing your landscape. Today I want to talk about four spring landscaping tips for Oklahoma homeowners. Fertilize… Read more »