Includes 6 services from March to October. Starting with spring wake-up fertilization and including pre-emergent weed control, lawn weed control and lawn fertilization through the season. We offer a wide variety of treatments, and we'll take the time to listen to your concerns and preferences when developing a customized plan for your outdoor space.
The most important thing you can do for your lawn is to feed it. A well-fed lawn is healthier, which means it has a better root system to combat heat, cold, drought, mowing, foot traffic and other stresses. While feeding your lawn once a year will improve its condition, feeding it four or more times a year will make it even healthier. If you put your lawn on the regular feeding schedule outlined in our plan, it will look lush and green, and your neighbors will turn green with envy.
Early Spring Pre-emergent Weed Control: Eliminates weeds at the earliest stage of growth — before you even see them.
Lawn Fertilization: Adds the necessary nutrients in the required amounts and at the proper time to achieve desirable lawn qualities and healthy turf grass plants to help it compete against weeds.
Lawn Weed Control: Is the botanical component of pest control, its application is to stop weeds, especially noxious or injurious weeds, from competing with domesticated plants.
Spring and Fall Aeration: Most lawns benefit from annual aeration. Heavily used lawns, or those growing on heavy clay or subsoils may need more than one aeration each year. Turfgrass in compacted soil grows slowly, lacks vigor and becomes thin or does not grow at all. Core aeration removes small cores of soil, depositing them on the surface of the turf. This improves the depth and extent of turfgrass rooting, and it can help save money on your water bill.
Providing sufficient nutrients, or fertilizer, is a key component of maintaining a healthy lawn. And more than just making your neighbors jealous, a healthy lawn helps cool the environment and improve air quality.
Core aeration can help make your lawn healthier and reduce its maintenance requirements through these means:
Improved air exchange between the soil and atmosphere.
Enhanced soil water uptake.
Improved fertilizer uptake and use.
Reduced water runoff and puddling.
Stronger turfgrass roots.
Reduced soil compaction.
Enhanced heat and drought stress tolerance.
Improved resiliency and cushioning.
Enhanced thatch breakdown.