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If you’re thinkfertilizing your lawning about fertilizing your lawn, you need to make sure you know what you’re doing. With all lawn care, there is a time and season for everything. At J&D Lawn Service, our skilled technicians have the knowledge and experience to evaluate your specific lawn care needs and treat your lawn accordingly.

When fertilizing your lawn, you first need to consider the type of grass you have. Warm-season grass, like the Bermuda grass many of us have here in Arizona this time of year, grows quickly as the weather starts to heat up. As a general rule, you need to feed Bermuda grass from late spring to early fall. So, we are now at the beginning of the time when fertilizing your lawn is a good idea. If you fertilize too early in the spring, the nitrogen may promote the rapid growth of weeds. If you fertilize too late in the fall, your grass will be less hardy and more prone to damage in the winter months.

So, how often should you be fertilizing your grass? That all depends on how much time you want to spend and how you want your grass to look. If you want your lawn to stay looking green and well cared for, then you should be fertilizing roughly every 6-8 weeks. But you need to know how to fertilize properly for maximum results.

If you would rather leave your complete lawn care up to the experts, our team at J&D Lawn Service can get the job done for you.  If you want our help with fertilizing your lawn, flowers, shrubs, and trees, we are happy to include those services along with our regular lawn care process.  As a locally owned and operated lawn and landscape maintenance company, we have more than 35 years of combined experience among our management team. And, our work crews are specifically trained to ensure that your yard is being cared for expertly and consistently.

When it comes to caring for your yard, give yourself the summer off and call us at J&D Lawn Service. We offer free estimates, reasonable rates, and quality service you can trust.  With that combination, and the time off you’ll get from lawn care, you may just want us to continuing servicing your lawn all year long!