Soil should provide an environment that supports the growth of grass, plants and trees. However, poor soil quality is actually a detriment to a healthy landscape. Installation of nutrient rich soil will only support your flora for so long. Maintenance is essential if you want to increase the lifespan of your lawn and garden.
When you care for soil, your lawn and plants will thrive. There are various approaches to ensuring that grass and other natural garden features remain healthy. Irrigation, aeration, fertilizer and suitable watering are just some of the techniques used by Champion Lawn Care.
pH Soil Balance
A pH balance of 6.2 to 6.8 is ideal for most plants. If you have a vibrant garden with lots of variety, maintaining soil pH balance can become tricky. You need support from Champion Lawn Care to ensure that your landscape maintains its lush appearance.
We understand the diversity of grasses and plants that make up the perfect landscape. If you have concerns about pH levels anywhere in your garden, our specialists can provide support and services. There are several solutions for improving pH soil levels, depending on the makeup of your outdoor living spaces.
Nutrient Rich Soil
Adding the right nutrients to soil is essential for healthy growth and sustainability. Champion Lawn Care conducts an analysis of your landscape before offering solutions. We are committed to enhancing the longevity of your lawn.
Nutrients need to support your lawn and any nearby plant life. Soil care plays a crucial role in ensuring that grass and plants are fed and healthy. You cannot maintain a vibrant lawn without ongoing care and dedication.
Most grasses and plants gain nutrients from complex root systems. These underground organic systems feed from the soil. Air, water and nutrients are essential for strong and healthy growth. This principle applies to lawn grass, plants and trees.
If a root system is starved of nutrients, the grass or plants that we see above ground will suffer. Contact Champion Lawn Care today if you need support in feeding or improving the quality of soil at your Alpharetta home.