Spring is a critical time for your lawn and shrubs to start building up nutrients in there root systems. Make a greener choice in the way you fertilize your lawn and shrubs.

    Spring time is just around the corner. The best time of the season in my opinion, The time where the beautiful colors come back to Ohio. Flowers buds on the trees and shrubs are coming to life. That's when you know the warmer weather is on the way. Grass starts to grow, trying to get back it's color. Start you lawn and shrubs off right with the Bio Boost it needs. Spring time is critical for your lawn to start building the nutrients in the root cells. I have been in the green industry for over a decade, and have found a greener way to make our lawns golf course worthy. The latest research and best practices suggest using a liquid fertilizers help reduce excess nutrient loads in the environment and are taken up better by the turf plants than granular fertilizers. Quality Lawn Health Services is proud to introduce a Bio Boost application. This application comes standard with all lawn care programs, with no additional cost. Bio Boost is a blend of organic, biologically active ingredients to boost and revive your lawn and soil. Bio Boost applications will help strengthen the lawn against turf disease, drought and insects at the same time allowing better usage of nutrients that are applied. I have found that using this new approach to lawn care is not only better for the Eco-system, but also help reduce the usage of pesticides on your lawn. To find out more about this exciting new option on lawn care go to: www.qualitylawnhealthservices.com

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