Lawn Care Program
A yearly treatment program is one of the most crucial parts that contribute to the long term success of your newly installed lawn. We offer a 6-step program of fertilization and weed controls beginning in March and extending through the end of November. Listed below we provide details on our lawn care program as well as additional services for your property.
Step 1: Early Season – Pre-emergent crabgrass control and fertilization
Step 2: Spring – Fertilizer and apply broadleaf weed control
Step 3: Early Summer – Balanced fertilizer and spot weed treatment
Step 4: Late Summer – Slow release fertilizer and spot weed treatment
Step 5: Early Fall – Fertilizer and apply broadleaf weed control
Step 6: Late Fall – Fertilizer to promote winter hardiness
(Early Spring) Gets rid of debris that has accumulated over on the surface time. Allows the lawn to obtain the proper nutrients.
(Spring and/or Fall) Regulates soil acidity. Balances nutrients in the soil.
Applied when needed to control disease activity in your lawn. May require follow up treatments.
Applied when needed to control insect activity present in your lawn. May require follow up treatments.
(Late Spring – Late Summer) Grubs are insects that attack the root system of the grass. Treatments are needed to rid the lawn of such insects. Follow up treatments may be required.
Tick and Flea
Applied as a program or single treatment. A form of insecticide sprayed over lawn to eliminate tick and flea activity.
Applied as a program or single treatment. A form of insecticide sprayed at the foundation of your home to eliminate insects from entering your home.
(Every Fall with seed) Aeration allows oxygen, water and nutrients to the root system of your lawn. Also relieves compacted soil. Seeding should be performed with the aeration for a thicker, healthier lawn. Yearly aeration/seeding can eliminate spring thatching.
(Fall only) Seeding should be performed every fall along with aeration to strengthen, as well as to thicken your lawn.