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Fertilizer Program

Application #1 Early Spring Application
(March-May)

Granular fertilizer for early green up. Pre-emergent crabgrass control with spot spray at request.

Application #2 Spring Application
(Mid April-June)

Granular fertilizer with broadleaf control for dandelions and other broadleaf weeds.

Application #3 Early Summer
(June-July)

Granular fertilizer, insect and weed control will be applied as needed. Lawn and landscaping will be monitored and suggestions will be made to improve both.

Application #4 Late Summer
(July-September)

Granular fertilizer with weed and disease control if needed based on a harsh summer season.

Application #5 Fall/Winterizer Fertilizer
(September-November)

Granular fertilizer with heavy nitrogen that will feed your lawn in winter and promote early spring green up.

Application #6 Grub Control
(May-June)

One time treatment will prevent any damage from grubs, webworms and lawn bugs for 6-10 weeks.

Application #7 Lime Application

When lawns are weedy, patchy in spots or turn yellow, your pH balance of your lawn is off. One primary method of correcting the problem is to add lime to your lawn to restore depleted nutrients and repair the damage.

Application #8 Spring/Fall Core Aeration

Aerating is very important to your lawns health and appearance. Core aerating pulls plugs from your lawn to reduce thatch and soil compaction. Aerating allows water, air and fertilizers to reach grass roots to improve strength and overall condition.

Application #9 Overseeding
(Done with aerating)

Overseeding plants new grass seed right into the soil without damaging the existing grass. Beneficial to improving bare spots, thickening up lawns and improving lawn color. Thick lawns require less fertilizers and water to thrive.
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