A good fertilizer program is the basis of a healthy lawn. We offer fertilization programs that are designed with your goals and your lawns condition in mind. Using our fertilizers will provide quick results along with sustained color. Last season we noticed a lot more weeds and insect activity than usual. It is best to take care of your lawn before this occurs.
We highly suggest our full service program which consists of 6 applications of Fertilizer and Weed Control and we recommend 3 Insect Control applications. Another benefit to having the full service program is we do provide up to 2 service calls per year in between applications if needed. This will result in a healthier and greener lawn you can enjoy. If your lawn needs considerable improvement or you desire a very high quality lawn, you should consider some of our other products and services help to improve and/or maintain turf quality. Our experienced staff will be happy to help you select the program options that will work best foryou.
Lawn Conditions Through The Season
LATE FALL - EARLY SPRING When your lawn is going dormant for the winter it requires carbohydrates and fertilizers to survive the next 5 months. If a proper fall fertilization has been done your lawn should be green during April and May. SUMMER As summer progresses, well fertilized lawns begin to stand out. They are greener, thicker and require less watering than liquid chemically treated lawns.
EARLY FALL Under fertilized and liquid chemically treated lawns will already begin to slow down or turn brown in patches by late June or early July. The nutrients have been consumed and their nutrients reserves have been depleted. If a dry spell develops, the potential exists to have a reoccurrence of the 1988 watering ban that destroyed many lawns. During August, September and early October if your lawn has received adequate moisture and fertilizer this provides an opportune time to core aerate and overseed before the final growth surge before winter. Our recommendation is our 6 application program of fertilizers each season to have the best lawn possible.