Lawn Care Tips:
Lawn Fertilization & Weed Control Program
Our program is completed in six steps throughout the year, with the option of controlling nutsedge as a seventh step.
Weed preventer with slow-release fertilizer plus spot spray for broadleaf weeds
This is your crabgrass and weed preventer with a slow released fertilizer that lasts 3-5 months depending on precipitation. We apply this around mid-March.
Liquid broadleaf weed control plus a boost of pre-emergent
This will kill clover, dandelions, and other broadleaf weeds and give a boost to the pre-emergent. We apply this in mid to late April before they mature into hard to control weeds.
Application of insecticide plus spot spray broadleaf weeds
This will control grubs and many other turf insects and is applied between late-May and mid-June.
Liquid broadleaf weed control
This broadleaf weed treatment controls the late spring & early summer weeds, applied in June.
Nutsedge Control (Optional)
We will spray when the nutsedge is young and actively growing typically in June. However, due to its multiple forms of reproduction new plants may emerge after we spray. If you choose to have those new plants sprayed it would be an additional application charge.
Fall slow-release fertilizer plus spot spray broadleaf weeds
This is a fertilizer that helps repair your grass and root system from the harsh summer heat. It also gives the grass plant nutrients that will be stored on its root system for the next time the grass is stressed. We also spot spray for broad leaf weeds. Applied between late August and early September.
Winterizer plus spot spray broadleaf weeds
This fertilizer will help give your grass the needed nutrients to grow its root system during the winter months and we will spot spray for weeds too. Applied in late-November.