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Energize Your Lawn with Turf Spray

Do you ever feel like you need a boost of energy? There are always times when life seems to cause our day or week to drag on and on, and we need a jolt of energy to keep us going. Believe it or not, our yards experience the same thing! Drought, an oversaturation of water, inadequate nutrients, or cold weather can cause your yard to appear dull and lackluster. Luckily, there is a quick and easy fix that will have your lawn looking like new in no time!

Our Lawn Energizer is a high-quality lawn booster that intensifies with nitrogen. The enhanced, natural liquid turf spray is designed to energize your turf and soil and help it reach optimum nutrient levels for maximum growth and color.

Nitrogen is the most essential nutrient to help your grass grow long, healthy, and beautiful. Not only is nitrogen the reason that your plants’ stems look bright and green, it also is responsible for helping your plant grow and thrive. Nitrogen is an essential part of chlorophyll, also known as the colored pigment that plants use as food and energy. When your grass is deficient in nitrogen, it can’t create enough chlorophyll to grow strong and tall. If you notice that your plants seem weak, brittle, small, or have a bit of discoloration, chances are a lack of nitrogen is to blame. 

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Adding our nitrogen-rich booster is an essential part of keeping your lawn looking beautiful. Grass that has the right concentration of nitrogen will look lush and green, grow strong and fast, and appear thick and healthy. If your lawn is lacking nitrogen, it will be readily apparent to the naked eye. Nitrogen deficiencies cause the grass to appear discolored — such as yellow or orange, be smaller or stunted in growth, and each blade may have an unusual shape. Your lawn may also appear patchy or uneven. 

If you’ve noticed any of these problems or want to prevent them from potentially occurring in the future, adding our Lawn Energizer is a significant first step. This Lawn Energizer is great for any lawn and any grass type, including Bermuda, St. Augustine, Zoysia, Buffalo, Centipede, Florida Palmetto, Bahia, Fescue, Ryegrass, and Kentucky Bluegrass. It can also be used at any time of the year.

Lawn Energizer Features:

  • No harsh chemicals
  • Premium lawn booster

For best results, pair with our Green Booster or Lawn Food: 20-4-8. Pick up a bottle of the Green Booster by clicking here.



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