Jonathan Green’s Love Your Soil® assists in breaking up clay and loosens compacted soils, which improves root penetration, grass growth, and root mass.
One 18 lb bag covers 5,000 sq ft
Analysis is 21% calcium, 3.8% sulfur, 1% iron
Rich in humates to help restore soil life, and creates a humus reserve in the soil
Great to loosen compacted soil
Product Description: Jonathan Green’s Love Your Soil assists in breaking up clay and loosens compacted soils, which improves root penetration, grass growth, and root mass. Because hard and compacted soil is often the problem when it comes to growing a great lawn, this product is designed to help release nutrients trapped in the soil for premium grass growth.
Love Your Soil also helps to stimulate soil microbial life. The bacteria and fungi in the soil break down organic matter converting it to humus. Healthy biologically active soil contains as much as 5% organic humus while lawns that struggle might contain less than 1%. Feeding a lawn synthetic, chemical fertilizers neglects the microbial life within the soil. In comparison, Love Your Soil feeds and stimulates microbes to build a humus reserve which imparts nutrient-laden water and disease resistance.
Microbial populations are responsible for recycling the organic waste which makes the soil more porous allowing air, water, and grassroots to penetrate deeper.
Application Information: The best time to apply is spring, summer, or fall when the soil temperature reaches 65°F or higher. Following application, about 1 ½ inches of water per week is sufficient between rainfall and irrigation but not to the point of run-off.
Love Your Soil can be used on the following grasses: Cool Season Lawns- Kentucky Bluegrass, Turf Type Tall Fescue (all fescues), Ryegrass. Warm Season Lawns- Bermuda, St Augustine, Zoysia, Centipede, Bahia.
One 18 lbbag covers 5,000 square feet
Apply at 3.4 lbs per 1,000 square feet of lawn area
Use in spring, summer, or fall depending on the region
Can use the same day as seeding or sodding
Apply to a dry lawn, and water into turf within the first 48 hours with 1/4" of rainfall or irrigation
Sweep excess off sidewalks and driveways to avoid staining