Healthy, Green Lawns in NJ

Is your lawn green and weed-free? Did you know the best way to control weeds is a healthy dense lawn? Ecosystems lawn fertilization and lawn management services can help! Feed your lawn what it’s craving and reap the benefits.

Your lawn needs to be fertilized like many other lawns all sound New Jersey. Lawn fertilizer can help your grass grow lush green again if you get it fertilized correctly!

However, it takes professional knowledge to apply the fertilizer correctly and get the right results. The wrong application can cause symptoms such as slow growth, invasive weeds, and even dying grass.

We also go beyond just fertilization. Our 6 step comprehensive plan includes added benefits featuring crabgrass control and broadleaf weed control (such as dandelions, and clover) in conjunction with great add-on beneficial services such as surface insect control, grub proofing, and aeration/overseeding for that added touch of superior results.

Providing Quality & Courteous Service

Looking for a better Irrigation, Outdoor Lighting or Lawn Maintenance option in New Jersey? Look to EcoSystems.

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Providing Quality & Courteous Service

Looking for a better Irrigation, Outdoor Lighting or Lawn Maintenance option in New Jersey? Look to EcoSystems.

So why trust Ecosystems to fertilize your lawn?
Our state-certified applicators are cross-trained to take care of every need your lawn has from fertilization to irrigation. We are unique in the sense that not only do we provide superior results on your grass keeping it weed-free and green, but we can also set up, maintain, and adjust your irrigation system to ensure your lawn is being hydrated properly.

Just trust EcoSystems to the job in Monmouth, Middlesex, Ocean, Union, Mercer & Somerset Counties. We’ll care for your commercial or residential property with the expertise we’ve been known for since 1981.

Does Your Lawn Need Fertilization?

Grass requires potassium, phosphorus, and nitrogen to grow properly. Signs will usually appear when your lawn is lacking in nutrients. It’s a good idea to call in a professional if you are noticing signs such as:

  • Yellow Grass
  • Slow Growth
  • Low Density
  • Dull, Blue-Green Grass
  • Purplish or Reddish Grass
  • Weed Invasions

However, some of these signs can also be symptomatic of other issues, which is another reason why you’ll want to have an experienced lawn service professional assess the situation. Subpar grass can also be due to drainage or irrigation complications from unattended issues or faulty work from other lawn care companies.

If you’re looking for further ways to maintain your lawn, consider a lawn maintenance agreement and remember to keep up with your winterizations and spring startups if you have an irrigation system.

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Great Results Since 1981

EcoSystems is happy to say that our award-winning company has served thousands of satisfied customers since 1981. We care about the results of everything we provide, and it shows in well-kept lawns all over our service area, in Monmouth, Middlesex and Ocean counties.

Wait no longer for gorgeous, healthy lawn results. Just call us at 732-679-7474 for an estimate!

Yes, EcoSystems is an essential service provider during the COVID-19 virus outbreak. This is because EcoSystems provides vital Lawn Sprinkler and Turf Fertilization services that are deemed an essential business by the State of New Jersey.

  • According to Governor of New Jersey, we are listed as an essential business. We are here to help you beautify and protect your property while complying with social distancing protocols.

The average cost for a 4,000 square foot property is $330, where the average cost for a 10,000 square foot property is $600 for the season.

It is important to water-in with enough water but not too much. Also, while standard fertilizers can be applied to dry or wet grass and can be watered in immediately, fertilizers with weed killer typically should not be watered in for 24 hours after application.

You must wait two to four hours, or until the grass is dry, if you use a liquid or spray-on fertilizer. It’s best to wait even if you leave grass clippings on the lawn, because mowing too soon will still disturb the fertilizer so it’s no longer evenly applied.