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Lawnifi ™ is a family of products designed to give your lawn what it needs to be healthy year round. Lawnifi ™ is powered by Catalyst Absorption Technology, a manufacturing process that reduces the particle size of our fertilizers to increase the ability of the plant to take in the nutrients it needs. This process means using less fertilizer to get better results which is good for your lawn and the environment. Each 32oz bottle covers the same area as a typical 25lb bag of granular fertilizer! Lawnifi ™ is safe to use on all grass types.

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This is what your yard has been waiting for.

Grow™

Grow™

Grow™ is designed for sodding, sprigging and seeding where soils lack the nutrients required for fast establishment.

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Maintain™

Maintain™

Maintain™ is designed to make a lawn pop with color, while strengthening it to fight disease, fungus, and stress.

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Recover™

Recover™

Recover™ is applied when there is drought stress, water damage, fungus, disease, harm from insects, or heavy physical stress.

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Grow™
Grow™

Start with Grow for enhanced establishment of new sod and seed. Designed for sodding, sprigging, and seeding where soils lack the nutrients required for fast establishment. Rooting, plant strength and resistance to stress will all be enhanced with Grow.

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Maintain™
Maintain™

Use Maintain for spring, summer and fall feeding. Created for everyday use with carbon, amino acids, nitrogen, phosphorous and potassium. Maintain is designed to make a lawn pop with color through iron and nitrogen while also fortifying the plan and root zone to help it fight disease, fungus, and stress.

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Recover™
Recover™

Rescue your lawn with Recover and get on the road to recovery for stressed turf and foliage. Most lawn damage is the result of over or under water, fungus/disease, or insect damage. This product is applied when there is a biotic or abiotic stress or heavy use. It can also be applied when turf is under heat or drought stress.

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Frequently Asked Questions


What is Lawnifi™ and Why Should I Use it on my Lawn?

What is Lawnifi™ and Why Should I Use it on my Lawn?

Lawnifi ™ is the consumer products division of AmpAgronomy™ (ampagronomy.com), which supplies sod farms, golf courses, and commercial contractors with our fertilizer technology to grow and maintain their turf grass and crops. The benefits of Lawnifi ™ include our Catalyst™ Particle Reduction Technology which breaks down the size of our nutrients so that the plant can directly intake and use the product from both the leaf blade and root zone without wasting energy breaking them down. This process also uses a manufacturing technique called chelation that bonds our nutrients in a way that prevents nutrient lock up in the soil. We bond these nutrients with Carbon, which has an added benefit of helping to feed and grow microbe populations in the soil. Microbes are important because they naturally produce nutrients such as nitrogen and phosphorous and also help develop good soil structure and help prevent compaction. All of these processes combine to set our product apart and are readily evident when you use them on your lawn in root density, health, and appearance.

Which Product Should I Use for My Lawn and When?

Which Product Should I Use for My Lawn and When?

Grow™ – Use when laying new sod, planting seed, and at the last application before winter dormancy or snowfall. Learn more about Grow™ here.

Maintain™ – Use for regular lawn and landscape feeding in the Spring, Summer, and Fall to keep your lawn looking its best. Learn more about Maintain™ here.

Recover™ – Use as needed to help repair areas of the lawn that are struggling. This is our most nutrient rich formulation to aid with soil structure and give the plant the best chance to recover. Learn more about Recover™ here.

Besides Your Products, is There Anything Else I Should Apply or Do to my Lawn?

Besides Your Products, is There Anything Else I Should Apply or Do to my Lawn?

Have a soil test done when starting the program and at least every other year after that to make sure your pH levels are appropriate for your grass type and make amendments as necessary. Your local public university or extension office offers this service for a nominal fee and does a great job! Just google “Soil Test (State Name)” and select the link from your local public university. You will provide them with a few bags of soil from your yard and get a nice report back with your nutrient levels and recommended remedies.

I Have Brown or Dead Spots in my Lawn. What Should I Do?

I Have Brown or Dead Spots in my Lawn. What Should I Do?

If the spots are circular, in patterns, or have grown outward from a central location, this is likely fungus, disease, or insect damage. Identify if you have a fungus using this tool from NC State University ( http://turfdiseaseid.ncsu.edu/ ). Fungus and disease thrive when thatch and moisture are present constantly. To minimize the risk, avoid overwatering your lawn and mow regularly. Thatch removal in the spring with a rake or low mowing will also help. If insects are the issue a “soap test” will let you know. Follow the instructions here to see if bugs are your issue: http://yardcare.toro.com/restore/managing-lawn-pests/testing-for-insects/. The most common sign of insect damage is the appearance of chewed up leaves.
Brown spots can also be caused by pets who walk and run over the same area frequently or areas where irrigation does not reach. These will typically be irregularly shaped or trail like. Apply Recover™ to these areas to help with recovery. In areas of high traffic and wear, allowing the plant a break from the traffic during the recovery period is essential! Different turfgrass species handle traffic at different levels. Constant and heavy traffic will thin and eventually kill any plant regardless of the fertilization and water applied.
Brown spots caused by under watering will be evident by a curled leaf of the turfgrass plant and very dry or dusty soil down approximately 2 inches. Apply water to the plant until the soil is moist and you will see the leaf open back up within 12 hours. Less frequent deep watering will encourage your lawn to grow deep roots whereas frequent shallow watering will train your lawn to need more water and keep a shallow root system. If you do not see the area recovering after applying water, it is unlikely that under watering is the cause of the issue. See the section on fungus, disease, and insect damage above for other clues.
The final common cause of brown spots is excessive shade. All turf grasses love the full sun, but some varieties and cultivars do better in shade than others such as St. Augustine in Warm Season climates and Fescue in Cool Season climates. Our Recover™ product has amino acids that are sometimes referred to as “liquid sunshine” because they can help grass do better in shady situations, but some areas of a landscape are best to be either natural or mulched if there is not enough sunlight to allow the grass to survive (Typically 4+ hours per day at a minimum). Keep in mind that areas of shade are prone to excessive moisture since the water will not evaporate as fast and the temperatures can be cooler. This is an excellent formula for fungus and disease so be sure to watch these areas! Shady areas are also usually near trees which compete for the same nutrients as turf grass which can cause issues.