When Should I Fertilize My Ottawa Lawn? | Nurtri-Lawn Ottawa

When Should I Fertilize My Lawn How often do you feed your lawn? It may seem like a funny question, but in order to keep your Ottawa lawn healthy and vibrant, you need to feed it nutrients regularly. Elements like phosphorus, potassium, and nitrogen need to be added to your lawn in order to keep it lush and green. Fertilizers are the most common way to feed your lawn, but just what type of … [Read more...]

FIESTA™– Safe and Effective Natural Weed Control!

Are you tired of struggling to keep your yard weed-free? FIESTA™ is a new lawn bio-herbicide that’s derived from iron – the 4th most common element in soil. This fast acting liquid weed control is odourless and rain-fast in 3 hours. It is child and pet friendly when dry and it works on most weeds without damaging turfgrass. Nutri-Lawn is the first lawn care company in Ottawa to incorporate … [Read more...]

Green Up & Thicken your lawn by Overseeding!

One of the most common issues that concern our customers in the spring is once the snow melts; the lawn appears to be brown and thin. The Ottawa area’s harsh winter weather often wreaks havoc on our lawns. Older grass plants die off, rodents such as voles make paths on the lawn under the snow and foot and pet traffic over the snow damages the turf below. Overseeding is a great way to recover … [Read more...]

Peter Bugden participated with a group of 10 volunteers

Nutri-Lawn Nova Scotia Owner Peter Bugden participated with a group of 10 volunteers in our annual Re:Nourish outreach trip to the Dominican Republic. The group split between work at the NPH Organage in San Pedro de Macoris and two outreach projects in the bateyes in Consuelo/San Pedro area. … [Read more...]

January 2011

January 2011

Nutri-Lawn Nova Scotia Owner Peter Bugden participated with a group of 10 volunteers in our annual Re:Nourish outreach trip to the Dominican Republic. The group split between work at the NPH Organage in San Pedro de Macoris and two outreach projects in the bateyes in Consuelo/San Pedro area. … [Read more...]