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Fertilizing | St. Charles Lawn & Landscape



Fertilization is a basic necessity in maintaining healthy and disease-free growth, and it ensures your turf is getting the appropriate nutrients. Our fertilization programs also includes weed control to keep your lawn looking flawless. Our expertise allows us to customize the right combination of industry-leading products for your specific needs, giving your lawn the tools it needs to grow bright, beautiful and strong throughout the season.

We offer both organic and synthetic fertilizing programs. Typically our package consists of six different treatments. Each treatment serves its own specific purpose. With all of these treatments combined our customers end up with a green, strong, weed free lawn all year round.

All of our applicators are pesticide certified here in Missouri. You can rest easy knowing that your lawn is in good care with Natural Lawn and Landscape.
Our Standard Fertilizing Package

1. Pre-emergent+Fertilizer
2. Pre-emergent+Fertilizer
3. Slow Release Fertilizer
4. Grub Control
5. Starter Fertilizer (This is when we also offer aerating and overseeding)
6. Winterizer

*All treatments include weed sprays*

Using coffee grounds for garden fertilizing

Many people choose to place coffee grounds straight onto soil as a fertilizer. The effect will not be immediate but the nitrogen will eventually make its way to your soil.

The benefit here is that coffee grounds add organic material to the soil, which improves drainage, water retention and aeration in the soil. The used grounds will also attract earthworms.

The general consensus is that coffee grounds will lower the pH (or raise the acid level) of soil, which is good for acid loving plants. But if you rinse the grounds, they will have a near neutral pH of 6.5 and not affect the acid levels of the soil.

Simply work the grounds into the soil around your plans and it will eventually settle in.