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Soil Testing

March 28th, 2022 · No Comments

Soil testing allows Winona, MN, property owners and site managers an opportunity to understand soil on a deeper level, literally. At Maier Tree and Lawn, we provide comprehensive soil testing, lawn analysis, and restorative lawn care support for residential and commercial properties alike.

Who benefits from soil testing?

Homeowners with Lawn Care Concerns

One common reason to get soil testing done on your lawn is when the grass is underperforming or struggling in some tangible way. Perhaps grass growth seems slow, or your lawn has dead or damaged patches that don’t seem to recover despite your best efforts. Soil testing gives insight into the chemical and biological makeup of your lawn’s base while also providing detailed readings on common conditions such as chemical damage, toxins, or other deficiencies that could be impacting the growth of your grass or your plants.

Hobby Gardeners

If you’re a gardener, soil testing is a great way to ensure that your soil and lawn care methods are providing the perfect environment for whatever it is that you’d like to grow. Soil testing can check lime levels, pH levels, fertilization effectiveness, and beyond. If you’re planting a garden for the first time on your property or you’re a long-time gardener aiming to improve your crop output or quality, soil testing may be the perfect solution for making a lawn care plan that supports your goals.

Businesses Planning and Commercial Landscaping

Soil testing benefits commercial companies looking to ensure safe grounds, beautiful greenery, and an environmentally friendly property for customers. Soil testing can help you identify problem areas and minimize waste or excess fertilization to help save money and maximize the beauty and health of your business frontage.

If you think your property would benefit from soil testing or individually catered lawn care, reach out to Maier Tree and Lawn for help. Winona, MN, residents can contact us for lawn care tips and soil testing information today at (507) 454-7000 or by visiting our website here for more information.

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