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General Information  click on each subject for more information.

Avoiding New Lawn Failures
After a long and often hot summer, the thought of doing one more thing to your lawn may not seem very appealing. But, come next spring both you and your lawn will appreciate the few simple and easy steps you took this fall. According to The Lawn Institute, a not-for-profit organization headquartered in suburban Chicago, grass is very slow to respond to most efforts to improve it, so what you do (or don’t do) to your lawn this fall could have a dramatic result.

Proper FALL Care Will Help Your Lawn SPRING to Life
Hopes are high for a beautiful new lawn after you’ve spent the time, money and energy to plant that seed or lay the sod. But how do you ensure your new lawn will do as well as expected? To ensure your lawn has a great start use the following list of recommendations.

Organic Fertilizers  click on each subject for more information.

Nutrients PLUS Product Lines
This is an overview of each product line we carry. If you hover over each of the four product lines at top of page – you should be able to open a more detailed explanation of each line and its use.

Nutrients PLUS Organic Materials
How we source the organic matter and what types of organic matter we use in our blends.

Nutrients PLUS fertilizer, Clarus
Leading traditional synthetic fertilizer plus Leading Organic Fertilizer = Create One Perfect Fertilizer.

Budgeting Organic Matter
Go to this resource page which allows you to calculate how much fertilizer and what type of fertilizer will give your lawn 10-15 pounds of organic matter annually. This is the “sweet spot” so to speak for a healthy, environmentally friendly and lush green lawn. The benchmark of 10-15 lbs of organic matter annually has been researched and proven by trials conducted by Virginia Tech University, Blacksburg, VA at the request of Nutrients PLUS. Contact Lakeside Sod if you need any assistance with this calculation.

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