This program feeds your lawn, enhances root systems, and prevents and eliminates weeds, insects, and grubs. Applications contain slow release Nitrogen which gives turf a steady season-long growth cycle instead of the week-long growth spurt that lesser grade fertilizers provide. My program provides your lawn with the correct nutrients to give you excellent color, growth, and disease prevention. I will be applying all applications myself to ensure correct coverage, safety, and proper timing. Pricing starts at $45 per application for up to 5,000 sqft of turf. Click the button above to get a free quote for your lawn!
- Pre-Emergent to suppress crabgrass and other common weeds for the entire growing season along with Nitrogen and Potassium fertilizer to green-up your lawn and thicken the turf. (February through April)
- Balanced fertilizer for turf health plus weed control to eliminate winter germinating weeds and dandelions. (April through May)
- Grub control to reduce turf damage from root feeding grubs. This application is absorbed by the grass plant and transferred to newly hatched grubs when they begin their seasonal feeding in August. (April through July; applied in the same visit as either #2 or #4 on this list depending on the specific insecticide used)
- Stress prevention to increase the strength of the grass plant by expanding root systems and providing slow release food through the heat of the summer. Weeds are spot sprayed as well. (May through July)
- Light turf feeding plus weed spray to eliminate hard to control weeds like nutsedge and other grassy weeds while also hitting any broadleaf weeds that have appeared. (July through August)
- Turf rebuilding application to rejuvenate turf that has been damaged by the harsh summer heat. This feeding uses a slow release fertilizer that will assist new grass seed while providing your existing turf with a heavy nitrogen supplementation. (August through October)
- Winterizer application with a quick release nitrogen feeding as the grass plant is slowing its above-ground growth. These nutrients are sent to the roots for winter storage and they will promote a strong and beautiful lawn the following spring. (October through December)