Lawn Fertilization & Weed Control
Custom 6-Step Application Process
A thick and lush lawn receives the correct amount of nutrients on a consistent basis and at the appropriate times throughout the growing season. Our 6-step program ensures your lawn receives the proper feeding at those correct times.
Our program consists of applying a granular treatment or a liquid treatment that delivers the proper amount of elements grass needs to thrive. Nitrogen (N), Phosphorous (P), and Potassium (K).
We only use commercial grade equipment. All our spreaders and sprayers are carefully calibrated to ensure proper rates of product are applied to your lawn.
Pre-Emergent Crabgrass Control with Fertilizer
Fertilization in early spring is the first important step to a winter recovery. Crabgrass pre-emergent is applied at this time ensuring the desired grass is not overtaken by undesirable crabgrass throughout summer.
Spring Weed Control with Fertilizer
Spring fertilizer is applied at this time to maintain its color and help prepare your lawn for the upcoming summer heat. Weeds such as dandelions, clover, and violets are targeted during this time.
Grub/Insect Control with Fertilizer
Grub worms cause damage to grass roots as they grow into beetles that then damage plants and trees. Applying grubworm preventer will keep your lawn free from the damage causing pest. Various summer weeds are also targeted at this time.
with Weed Control
A slow release summer fertilizer is applied at this time to help with summer drought. It is important not to deprive grass of its nutrients during this time. Proper nutrients play a key roll for a fast fall recovery.
Fall Weed Control with Fertilizer
Fertilizer applied during the fall helps bring back the deep green color during peak growing season. Various hard to kill weeds are also targeted during this time.
Late Fall Winterizing
The lawn “last meal” before winter. Products applied at this time help fight off winter turf diseases and help with a quick springtime green-up of the lawn.
Common Weeds Targeted: