Beautiful Lawns Need Great Fertilizing
Check out how our fertilizer plans will keep your grass looking amazing.
Don't Experiment With Your Lawn. Leave it to the Pros!
Fertilizing takes expertise, time and patience. We combine all three in our fertilization strategy.
We get it. It can be hard to keep track of everything related to your lawn, particularly fertilization. In order to achieve the results you want, there are a number of steps that must be taken at the right season.
Homeowners have been using fertilizer for centuries.
Seven Step Process
Crabgrass Pre-Emergent Treatment, With Turf Fertilizer
Broadleaf Post-Emergent Treatment
Crabgrass Pre & Early Post-Emergent, With Turf Fertilizer
Insect Control, with Turf Fertilizer
Post-Emergent Weed Control, With Turf Fertilizer
Turf Fertilizer, With Slow-Release Nitrogen
Schedule of Application
Late Fall/Early Winter
Important Information about Fertilization
Why is Seeding and Aeration Too Important to Forget?
Is your turf looking a little thin? Did you fight off invasions of weeds, and now have bare patches in your lawn?
If you just said yes to either of those questions, we highly recommend seeding and aerating your lawn.
August is typically the best time to do this. The warmer soil temperatures, in addition to plenty of watering time prior to the fall, make August the optimal choice to get the most new growth from seeding!
Aeration is a great way to breathe life back into your lawn. The aeration process softens the dirt, so that the roots of your grass can grow more quickly. It also provides those roots with direct access to air, sunlight, water, and other valuable nutrients. We recommend aeration for your lawn every year.
• Soften the dirt, so that the roots of your grass can grow more quickly.
• Provide roots with direct access to air, sunlight, water, and other valuable nutrients they need.
• Encourage thatch to break down more quickly.
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