Your Professional Choice for
Liquid Lawn Fertilization, Weed & Grub Control
LAWN HEALTH DIVISION
OUR PREMIUM LIQUID FERTILIZER VS. TYPICAL DRY FERTILIZERS
Better green-up, uniformity of application and overall quicker results
Less mess and no granules
Superior liquid weed control
Slow-release, nitrogen technology provides sustained nutrients for your lawn, more uniform growth and less demand for mowing
Our unique formulation nurtures your lawn's root system, requiring less watering
SPRING FERTILIZER & PRE-EMERGENT + MICROS
A complete package for a beautiful, green lawn, and just in time for spring!
We will address weeds before they take over and provide an excellent source of nitrogen with other macro and
micronutrients. We're in the business of preparing your lawn for another hot Nebraska summer!
Premium Liquid Fertilizer blend
Micro Nutrient Mix: Iron, Manganese and Zinc
Liquid Pre/Post-Emergent Weed Control
LESS APPLICATIONS PER SEASON
Save money on fewer applications (only 3 applications are needed)
Our slow-release technology feeds your lawn for 8 weeks or longer
Less applications are better for the environment, your pets and your kids
An exceptional lawn demands a healthy foundation through sound agronomy
Other Services Include:
Soil Testing & Analysis
May We Bid Your Lawn?
Get the results you deserve with this quality service, and at an affordable price too! Our qualified team of professionals bring their experience and know-how with them on every job. But what really sets our services apart from the rest of the industry is our attention to detail and receptiveness to the unique needs of each client.
Get this service done quickly and efficiently by the experts here at Lion Enterprises. We understand your needs and the frustration of keeping a lawn weed-free. Allow us to serve you with our quality pre-emergent service in the spring and continue to keep weeds out of your yard throughout the rest of the growing season.
We're all liquid at Lion Enterpises Lawn Health Division, and there's no better way to fertilizer a new or established lawn than using a quality liquid, slow-release fertilizer. New lawns greatly benefit from an extra boost of nutrients to get them started, and established lawns are provided with all the nutrients they need, including: Iron, calcium, manganese, copper, sulfur, potassium and nitrogen.