- Early Spring Application
Mid-March. Includes fertilizer, broadleaf weed-killer, and a weed-preventer (for crabgrass, spurge, and other summer annual weeds).
- Late Spring Application
Consists of fertilizer to maintain color and broadleaf weed-killer to zap any remaining weeds.
- Summer Application
July and August. A slow-release fertilizer is used to maintain color without potential burning with high temperatures. Weeds are individually spot-sprayed. Insecticide may be applied if large populations of insects are found.
- Late Summer Application
Consists of fertilizer to maintain color and broadleaf weed-killer to get any weeds that may have sprouted during summer.
- Fall Application
Fertilizer to help repair any damage from summer heat stress and broadleaf weed-killer to finish off the weeds.
A fertilizer to help promote root growth and increase turf strength in preventing winter diseases.
Spring or fall. Small plugs are removed to allow air, water, and nutrients enter the root zone. Also helps in reducing the thatch layer.
- Soil Booster
A liquid application that contains organic compounds, soil conditioners, and beneficial bacteria that naturally ‘soften’ the soil. No messy plugs or broken sprinklers. Helps prevent drought stress and repairs damage from insects and diseases.
- Disease Control
Depending on the disease, different controls are used. Our technicians most often recommend adjusting cultural practices, however if fungicides are necessary, they will create a spray schedule according to the disease. Common diseases found in our area are Necrotic Ringspot, Leafspot, and Fairy Ring. Price according to control.
- Grub/Billbug Preventer
Recommended for lawns with a history of severe insect damage and homeowners with low tolerance of insect damage.