Turf Treatment Program
Treatment 1 – Mid February to Mid March
Pre-emergent for crabgrass and other grassy weeds. Fertilizer for an early green up.
Treatment 2 – Late March to Late April
Broadleaf weed control for dandelion, clover, etc.
Treatment 3 – Late April to Late May
Second pre-emergent for crabgrass. Second broadleaf weed control. Balanced fertilizer for a healthy summer lawn.
Treatments 4 and 5 – Late May to Late June
Spot treatment for broadleaf and grassy weeds. Slow release fertilizer to safely feed the lawn through the summer heat. Also, we apply the grub and subsurface insect control to prevent turf damage is applied at this time.
Treatment 6 – Late September to Late October
Fall broadleaf weed control to reduce active weeds for the following spring.
Treatment 7 – Late October to Late November
Winterizing fertilizer extends your lawns green appearance into the fall and promotes an early green in the spring. This is the most important fertilizer of the year for a healthy lawn.
Additional Treatments Available as Necessary
Nutsedge Control – Also known as nutgrass and watergrass, this weed has increasingly become a problem in recent years. Multiple treatments may be necessary if you have a large infestation.
Preventative Fungicide – This treatment prevents damage caused by turf diseases.
Curative Fungicide – If the preventative fungicide treatment was not applied, and disease develops, this treatment will stop further damage.
Grubworms have the potential to inflict severe damage to a lawn if left untreated. During their lifecycle grubs spend multiple seasons consuming grass roots before emerging from the surface as beetles. Our grub control is absorbed by the turfgrass and when the grubs begin to eat the roots, they consume the product and are eliminated. This method of control prevents the insecticide from harming other subsurface insects that can be beneficial to your lawn and the environment.