What Your Soil’s pH can Tell you About the Color of Your Grass

Did you know your lawn’s soil pH can make your grass less green? It is true. Heritage Lawns & Irrigation performs soil tests to help determine whether or not there is a problem with your soil. Here are the details!

Soil tests are done to find the real problem. If a lawn or landscape is not responding to treatment then the next step is to try to identify why. Is it a pH problem or a trace element etc. A soil test can help us zero in on the culprit and get the problem fixed. We’ve tested hundreds of lawns in Johnson County alone to help fine tune our program but every once in a while a lawn may have unique circumstances and this is one tool we can use to help your lawn be its best.

Sometimes a lawn won’t respond because of an imbalance in the soil. A soil test can help us identify the problem and take steps to correct it. Give us a call at (913) 451-4664.