Weeds are a recurring problem. There is no permanent solution. We treat the weeds when we are there and see them. We are like a maid service when it comes to weeds. The lawn gets dirty, we clean it up, rinse and repeat to infinity. However, the more we clean it up, the cleaner it stays between applications. We recommend 6 treatments per year.
A Healthy Lawn is Good for You and Good for the Environment
Early Spring fertilization promotes spring green up, helps lawn recover from winter stress, treat for weed & crab grass control Feb / Mar
Spring fertilization improves lawns color & density, treat for weeds & crab grass as necessary Apr / May
Summer fertilize to reduce stress, weed, grub & insect control as needed Jun / Jul
Early Fall slow release fertilizer to maintain color w/o pushing growth, treat weeds & scout for insects as needed Aug / Sept
Late Fall late season weed control w/fertilizer to strengthen roots Oct / Nov
Winter fertilizer rate that will promote root growth & food storage important for winter survival of lawn Dec / Jan