We will evaluate the health of your grass and develop a program to make it thick, green and weed free.

 

We offer a three step weed and feed all the way up to a six step program that requires no maintenance on the home owner. Our lawn mowing service has routine evaluations to keep on top of failing grasses.

 

6 Step Lawn Fertilization Program

 

Step 1

Spring Application (March/April)...
This treatment consists of a granular fertilizer that will help your lawn green up and recover from the winter. We also apply pre-emergent crabgrass and broadleaf control which will establish a barrier that will not kill existing plants, but will prevent weeds from growing.

Step 2

Late Spring Application (April/May)...
This treatment consists of a slow release seasonal fertilizer containing iron+ nitrogen... Which helps improve color and density. Also an application of broadleaf weed control. This application will prepare your lawn for the stress of summer.

Step 3

Early Summer Application (May/June)...
This post emergent crabgrass control and fertilizer is a slow release granular fertilizer that will help promote a healthy root system and will prepare your lawn for the summer.

Step 4

Grub Control (June/July/September)...
This application makes sure your lawn will be free of grubs, sod webworms, and aphids.

Step 5

Summer Application... (August/September)...
Fall weed control & fertilizer controls new weeds that can emerge and helps your grass recover from the heat and dryness of summer.

Step 6

Fall Application (October/ November)...
Dormant fertilizer and final weed control takes of late germinating weeds and gives your grass the final treatment it needs to thrive during the winter and green up early in the spring.
 

Lawn Aeration & De-Thatching

In addition to proper mowing, watering, and fertilization, lawn aeration is an important component of developing and maintaining a beautiful and healthy green lawn.

 

Lawn Aeration & De-Thatching

Lawn aeration has both long term and short term benefits:

  • Reduces soil compaction

  • Promotes air exchange between the soil and atmosphere

  • Allows for deeper, healthier root growth

  • Improves nutrient (fertilizer) uptake and use

  • Decreases water runoff and/or puddling

  • Penetrates thatch and promotes thatch breakdown

  • Makes turf more heat and drought tolerant

  • Conserves water by improving soil water uptake

  • Enriches surface soil, improving resiliency and cushioning