What's the Deal with Soil Testing?
What is soil testing? Does everyone need to test their lawn's soil? Do you need a chemistry degree to understand the results?
These are common questions our customers ask us about soil testing. So let's break it down.
Should I test my lawn's soil?
While most northeast Ohio lawns have similar soil, it's good to check your soil's chemistry to ensure you use the proper fertilizer for your yard.
What does soil testing test for?
Basicially - we like to test soil for nutrients and pH level. These help us to better understand your soils contents so we can choose the best plan to give you the beautiful lawn you always dreamed of.
Are soil test results hard to understand?
If you're unfamiliar with the appropriate nitrogen and pH levels soil should have, then yes. But luckily for you - the experts at Grass Master know how to read soil test results and can devise a lawn fertilization plan specific to your yard and soil.
The do-it-yourselfers of the world are well-equipped to understand how to conduct a soil test and implement a plan of action for their yard. For the rest of us, there's Grass Master. Contact us today for a lawn care plan designed specifically for your yard.