Applications are made approximately 7 to 8 week apart. The health and growth of our company depends upon your satisfaction . if you are not satisfied 10 to 20 days following your application treatment, please call our office or e-mail us @ (firstname.lastname@example.org) and we will return to correct any problems at no additional charge. For 4 applications we recommed (early spring) (spring) (fall) and (late fall) these treatments are important to control weed problems.
Fertilization: Your lawn receives at least six feedings throughout the year, using only lesco fertilizers that are formulated for its specific needs. No common, fertilizers are ever used.
Crabgrass Prevention: Crabgrass Preventer are made in early spring to prevent germination of crabgrass. We will use a slow release fertilizer to continue growth and root development during transition from spring to summer.
Broadleaf Weed Control: In mid-spring, we clear out dandelions and more than 50 other common lawn weeds. Then we apply a slow release feeding. We also watch any new invaders throughout the year, if any are found we will eliminate them at no extra charge.
Insect Protection: Turf insecticide. We clear out summer lawn-damaging insects, such as sod webworms and chinchbugs, as well as reduce ant, flea, and tick population.
Lime: To sweeten the soil and allow fertilizer to penetrate more freely and reach their full potential.
Phosphorous: A fall application of high Phosphorous slow-release fertilizer to help repair turf plants from the summer stress. Any seeding should be done at this time.
Winterizing: A special winterizing feeding is made in late fall to carry the gains made this year into next spring. That's how great lawns are made by compounding the improvement from one season to the next. It also improves turf vigor and disease resistance and promote dark green color.
Early to mid-February marks the time to apply a pre-emergent herbicide for lawns that had a summer weed problem last year. These products kill germinating seed. A second application may be needed in late May or early June. Remember that the best defense against lawn weeds is a healthy, thick turf resulting from good management. Don't rely on chemicals alone!