“With XCU®, we’re getting a good quality performing product, which in turn has helped us with our customer service and retention.”
Corbin Schlatter | Weed Man | Columbus, OH

Lawn care professionals from around the country are faced with rising operating costs, tighter budgets, labor issues and environmental concerns. Many are turning to enhanced efficiency technologies to gain business advantages.


Weed Man

Weed Man Operation in Ohio Grows Customer Base with XCU® Slow-Release Fertilizer

Find out how Corbin Schlatter of Weed Man uses XCU® to grow and retain their customer base.

Learn how your business’s productivity can increase with enhanced efficiency fertilizers.

Central Services

Central Services Co., Inc. Gives its Lawn Care Customers Pleasing Results with UFLEXX® Stabilized Nitrogen Fertilizer

See how using enhanced efficiency fertilizer produces customer-pleasing results and why the company is sold on UFLEXX® stabilized nitrogen.

Explore how this company is building a growing and loyal customer base.

Nice and Slow is the Way to Go.

Nice and Slow is the Way to Go.

Enhanced efficiency fertilizers continue to be a critical tool in helping Lawn America grow success in Oklahoma City.

Find Out Why These Products Get So Much Credit

>Enhanced Efficiency Fertilizers

Enhanced Efficiency Fertilizers: How Today's Cutting Edge Fertilizer Technology is Combining Sustainability with Profitability.

Lawn Dawg, a regional lawn care company with eleven branches throughout the Northeast, is certainly answering the need for more sustainable solutions.

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Watch 'N' Learn

See why enhanced efficiency fertilizers deliver competitive business advantages to lawn care professionals.

Discover the reasons why this Wisconsin-based company is so impressed with the performance of UFLEXX® stabilized nitrogen.

Consult With Your Distributor or Local Koch Representative

Discuss which of these EEFs should be incorporated-at the right percentages-to give your business competitive advantages.

The recommended percentage of EEFs in the bag should be at least 40% to achieve stated longevities of nitrogen release.