On Lawn weed control

   Here at Soil Up, LLC we use five applications per season. Generally starting around the first of April and ending late October. Applications of pre and post emergent herbicides are used to keep your lawn beautiful and weed free for the entire season.

Fertilization

   Fertilization is also applied five times per season, using different blends throughout the season to promote a healthy lush lawn. All of our fertilizers are blended specifically for the time of year they are applied and the Colorado climate.

Liquid Aeration

   Liquid Aeration is designed to break up and loosen topsoil and encourage deeper rooting to drive more oxygen into the topsoil profile.

   What if I told you that mechanical aeration isn’t the best way to loosen up the soil and allow grass roots to spread?

   But think about it like this, the purpose of aeration is to produce more surface area in the soil, right?  

   Liquid Aeration does that by driving down into the soil and breaking up bonds between all the molecules down there creating space. Every bond that is broken creates more air space (aka greater soil surface area) where grass roots can then spread and grow.

Liquid de-thatching

   D-thatching is used for one thing and one thing only. To chew through that top layer of thatch and get good grass to soil contact.

   We also want thatch to go back into the soil and turn into nutrients for the lawn. We don’t want to scrape it off and send it to the dump.

   What’s great with liquid

d-thatching is that it accelerates the decomposition of those stems, stolons, rhizomes, and roots so they can go back down into your soil and become nutrients for the lawn.

 

   Liquid d-thatching focuses on composting thatch faster by encouraging microbial activity at the soil surface and increasing heat. This exothermic release by increased soil activity will breakdown thatch from the soil level up. Thatch is quickly reduced and the organic matter is captured as a food source for your turf.

   If you have a dog that kills spots in the lawn from urine, dead or brown spot areas that were diseased and now attempting to recover, or even grass clippings leftover on the lawn - you can use D-Thatch to eat through the dead grass and deliver those nutrients right back into the soil!

Soil Analysis

   Now offering soil Analysis. Do you have a trouble spot or a lawn that's hard to keep looking nice? Don't wrack your brain guessing at it, give us a call. All soil samples are sent to a certified lab for analysis. In return we'll know what your lawn lacks and also what it may have too much of.

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