Happy New Year, everyone! As we kick off another year, many of you are taking a well-deserved break from your lawn and garden routine. At SoilKit, we enjoy the down time too. Once the clock strikes midnight on the past year, however, growing season really isn’t that far away. We can’t wait until the world springs back to life in a few months, Spring is soil-testing season and testing is a very important tool in cultivating the perfect yard and/or garden. But remember…the soil is working 365 days a year. Growing and maintaining a healthy, lush green lawn or bountiful garden is truly a year-round exercise. And a year-round exercise requires a year-round strategy.
Whether it’s selecting the proper nourishment as the growing season begins, setting the stage for a spring full of pride-worthy green. Or combatting the hot and arid dog days of summer with the right tools to protect all of your spring’s hard work. Or prepping your yard for the colder, dormant months ahead with the perfect ingredients for a fall head start. A premier lawn and garden is a 365-day-a-year commitment. At SoilKit, we use agricultural science to prescribe a year-round customized solution for your lawn and garden needs. We always have.
In the coming weeks, however, you’ll learn about our new-and-improved SoilKit365 digital platform with additional features, an upgraded virtual dashboard and even more plan customization.
We’re excited for the opportunity to grow with you all in 2023…every one of the 365 days this year!
Ii wish someone would tell the nurseries that soil works 365! Impossible to find a soil test kit from August through mid-March at nurseries! I want to know what my organic fertilizers have done during the growing season. I want to get the slower moving nutrients into the soil with Winter’s help! I don’t feed my plants, I nurture my soil. And that takes longer. By the time the nurseries get the soil test kits, I’m already concerned with weed growth. Nobody seems to understand that many weed seeds germinate in late Fall. I don’t use the “guess” method! And I refuse to use non-organic chemical control.
Why aren’t nurseries required to take educational certification programs? They certainly need it!