Fertilization and Weed Control
A well balanced lawn fertilization and weed control program is key to achieving a thriving lawn. A
professional will know what steps to take and what products to use. Most soils are deficient in some
of the nutrients necessary for a lawn to be thick and healthy.
Fertilizer increases the growth of new leaves and roots.
Lawns become more stress resistant and will recover faster from foot traffic and pests.
Fewer pesky weeds will sprout up in your lush lawn.
Fertilizing your lawn will replenish any nutrients lost.
Fertilization & Weed Control Process
Early Spring Application
A well balanced blend of slow release fertilizer is applied along with a pre- emergent weed control for grassy weeds, broadleaf weeds and crabgrass control.
Late Spring Application
Post-emergent is applied for those weeds that already germinated with a balanced blend of slow
release Fertilizer with broadleaf weed control.
Early Summer Application
slow release Fertilizer is used on your lawn to help with drought and heat stresses of the summer
along with broadleaf weed control. If crabgrass is present, a post-emergent is applied.
Late Summer Application
Fertilization and broadleaf weed control will bring your lawn back to its lush, green appearance that
may have been lost through the stress of summer heat.
Winter fertilization for deep rooting and prepares your lawn for a quick green up in the Spring.
Lime will help reduce acidity in the soil bring it to a more neutral range to allow better catatonic
between roots and nutrients in the soil.