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Fertilization Treatment in Fresno & Visalia

The Experienced Gardener has been working with residential and commercial accounts in the San Joaquin Valley for over 20 years. Our mission is to provide the best quality and most professional lawn, tree, shrub, soil, and rodent control in the industry. TEG provides a wide variety of services in addition to fertilization that can give your yard, property, lot, or other important real estate assets professional care.

TEG fertilization services cover all of the Kings, Tulare, Fresno, and Madera Counties. They include but are not limited to:

  • Soil acidification and fertilization
  • Aeration 
  • Tree & shrub fertilization
  • Bed fertilization
  • Deep root feed
  • Gypsum application
  • Liquid feeding
  • Root builder
  • Water penetration improvement

Many people will ask us why they should fertilize their soil. 

Let us provide you a few of the benefits of well-fertilized soil in your yard or property.

  • Keep rich powerful and healthy soil
  • Take full advantage of the nutrients provided 
  • Significantly reduce disease and its symptoms
  • Dramatically improve the overall appearance of your landscape

Proper pH maintains a rich, healthy soil base, this, in turn, will ensure that your TEG maintenance plan will deliver a 100% satisfaction level.  The conditions in the Valley can be harsh on the environment. With TEG we will analyze, evaluate, and provide you with a treatment option that will give you many years of beautiful and noticeable results. You can contact us today to schedule a consultation and receive a recommendation of treatment based upon your unique circumstance. Give us a call today at 559-732-1667.

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