Preparing Your Lawn For the Fall

  • 26 August 2016
  • Author: kim smith
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Preparing Your Lawn For the Fall
It’s that time of year again when students go back to school, the evenings are getting shorter, and the air is starting to get a chill. Yes, the fall season will be upon us soon and your yard will soon be going through a lot of changes. What can you do to prepare your lawn for the changing of seasons? We have the top tips and services to help you prepare your lawn for the fall...

Information Regarding Our Fertilizer / Weed Control Program

Our Basic Program consists of 7 Applications.

  • 27 March 2015
  • Author: kim smith
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Information Regarding Our Fertilizer / Weed Control Program
Our 7 Step Program:

We begin each season in mid to late January with a pre-emergent and follow up about every 6 weeks with a different application of fertilizer and weed control.  Our final treatment is in late November and is a pre-emergent for those winter weeds.  There are a total of 7treatments per year.  If you are on our program and additional visits are required for difficult weeds, there is no charge. (Nutgrass Treatments, Fungicide & Grub Treatments are available for an additional charge)
We’ll take care of your lawn
as if it were our own.

We include:

Pre-Emergent Weed Control / Post-Emergent Weed Control / Slow Release Fertilizer


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1st Cut for Spring

Mow, Edge, Weed Eat, and Bag

1st Cut for Spring

A 1st cut includes mowing at a lower height to remove some of the dead so that the sunlight reaches the green that's sprouting down below. 1st cuts also include edging, weed eat, bag, and blowing off all sidewalks and porches. To give your lawn a good start to the new season, it is necessary to mow it regularly. It is especially important to mow the lawn regularly as this increases the density of the grass and thus leads to a better looking lawn.

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