Lime Application

Commercial Lawn Care Lime Application

Balance your soil's chemistry for superior turf results.

If your turf isn't responding well to your fertilizer program, the problem could be in your soil's chemistry. Most lawn grasses thrive in soils that have a neutral or only slightly acidic pH level. Our professionally trained lawn care specialists will examine your lawn and determine the proper rate of lime needed.

Regular lime applications can correct high acidity, which left unchecked can affect your lawn in two ways:

  • By inhibiting the growth of beneficial microbes that break down thatch and contribute organic matter to the soil
  • By limiting plants' access to essential micronutrients such as iron, manganese, boron, copper and zinc, while others, like aluminum, can build up to toxic levels

With more than 40 years of research and development, plus a nationwide network of more than 25,000 lawn care professionals, no other lawn care company can match our experience, cutting-edge products or resources.