Lawn Fertilizer Creates Healthy, Green Turf

Organic-based lawn fertilizer makes your lawn strong, dense, and green by altering the soil with few pesticides or synthetic materials. 

Choke weeds, boost root development, and produce drought-resistant turf with Holganix, our pick for the best lawn fertilizer. It’s safe for your family, pets, and gentle on the environment. 

Highly trained technicians use the most effective organic-based lawn fertilizer and plant probiotic on the market to stimulate soil while reducing the need for water, traditional chemical fertilizers like nitrogen, phosphorus, and potassium, as well as pesticides.

Think of this organic-based lawn fertilizer like an ecosystem in a bottle. It’s rich with natural microorganisms and enzymes. With Holganix everything becomes lush. How? organic based lawn fertilizer on course

Lawn Fertilizer Produces Strong Perennial Ryegrass, Kentucky Blue Grass, and Fescue

Instead of blanketing the ground with synthetic products, our land stewards understand plants need a balanced diet. That’s why Whitehouse Landscaping’s Organic Lawn Care Program nurtures soil, enhances fertilization, and controls weeds without additional chemicals. 

Holganix is an all-natural food grade organic soil stimulant that contains more than 800 species of natural microorganisms including:

  • Mycorrhizae—Develops robust, deep, and fibrous root systems with airflow that respond better in drought, dormancy, heat, and high traffic areas that need wear recovery. Helps soil retain water.

  • Rhizobia—Acts as a mini fertilizer factory. Pulls atmospheric nitrogen and converts it into ammonium to improve soil fertility and enhance quick recovery in the fall and spring.

  • Trichoderma—Repels pathogenic organisms. Prevents root-borne diseases which would otherwise cause a loss in turf quality leading to black, limp roots and yellow leaves.

Holganix organic-based lawn fertilizer grows strong turf with deep, fibrous root systems by using a powerful blend of plant-based compost, vegetable waste, and shells along with flora, protozoa, and other essential ingredients. 

This organic-based fertilizer uses probiotics to improve soil health as well as control weeds, germination, and emergence of dandelions, mallow, thistle and other broadleaf weeds. 

Fertilizing your lawn with Holganix allows you to have a healthy, dense turf that will keep a lush green color without the typical chemicals. 

If your lawn struggles with:

  • Brown patches

  • Powdery Mildew

  • Red Thread

  • Broadleaf weeds

Then it’s time to contact Whitehouse Landscaping and ask about their complete list of property services for Montgomery, Berks, and Chester counties including:

Safe, Natural, and Effective Turf Program

Whitehouse Landscaping uses Holganix in a 5-application program that improves soil condition, gives plants the essential nutrients, and increases soil fertility. Proper soil conditions are the foundation of a healthy lawn. 

Test the Condition of Your Soil

Technicians analyze soil samples at State College to determine your soil’s overall condition to diagnose the root cause of the problem. Data-backed results include soil pH, nutrient levels, and levels of calcium, magnesium, potassium, phosphorus and nitrogen.  The comprehensive results allow our landscapers to suggest options to enhance soil structure. 

Lime Applications Raise Soil pH to Improve Quality and Make Grasses Thrive

Soil tests influence lime applications and are applied in 25 pounds per 1,000 square foot increments. Applications may take 3-4 months when applying 50 pounds to maximize effectiveness and make a healthy soil environment with a neutral pH. In this environment organic matter breaks down, and worms and microbes flourish. It’s also a calcium source for plants which encourages healthy growth. 

Core Aeration Improves Air Exchange, Water Update, and Fertilizer Use

In peak growing seasons like early spring and fall, Whitehouse Landscaping will aerate your lawn by manually removing small plugs of thatch and soil. Often called soil cultivation (or slicing, spiking, or coring) this process will enhance water uptake, improve the effectiveness of fertilizer, and reduce water runoff.

Soil cultivation reduces thatch buildup. It’s best to keep thatch, a layer of decaying or dead plant tissue that sits between green leaves and the soil surface, to below ½ inch. Otherwise light and water won’t be able to penetrate to the root zone properly. This creates an environment for disease organisms and harmful insects to thrive. Core aeration eliminates this and allows compact soil to establish a healthy, deeper root system