Innovative, Sustainable Landscape Health Programs


Pepperdine University Soccer Field

Water Conservation Program

Water use restrictions in California are putting the health of landscapes in great jeopardy.  In response to the drought and general need for water use efficiency, EcoFert has developed a cost effective Water Conservation Program (WCP) for landscapes that receive potable water.  WCP has clients include the City of Tustin (eight parks) and by the Diocese of Orange for Holy Spulcher Cemetery.

Saddleback College Football Field

Soil Fertility Program

The innovative Soil Fertility Program is the foundation of EcoFert's fertigation based solution to the specific landscape health challenges for all properties.  EcoFert’s comprehensive “full solution” Program makes sustainable landscape care simple and affordable.

The Soil Fertility Program includes: (1) Site review and analysis; (2) Installation of equipment for fertigation delivery system; (3) Protocol of organic based soil amendments; and (4) Monthly application of soil amendments and property service

Field Service Team At Work

Reclaimed Water Program

Many agencies have been compelled to use reclaimed water to irrigate landscapes.  Much of the reclaimed water used for irrigation contains high concentrations of dissolved salts that are potentially toxic to plant materials. EcoFert's Reclaimed Water Program (RWP) greately increases water penetration, flushes salts away from root zones, reduces slodding and crusting, and increases the mocrobial base in the soil.