Fertilizer & Weed Control Services

Spring: In early spring, we apply a balanced fertilizer to give your lawn the nutrients it needs to green up after a long winter. This treatment also includes a pre-emergent weed control to prevent weeds from taking root in your lawn.

Summer: During the summer, we apply a slow-release fertilizer to provide a consistent supply of nutrients to your lawn. This treatment also includes a weed control to keep pesky weeds at bay.

Fall: In the fall, we apply a fertilizer that is high in phosphorus and potassium to help your lawn recover from the summer heat and prepare for the winter months. This treatment also includes a weed control to ensure your lawn is weed-free going into the winter.

Throughout the year, our licensed fertilization technicians will monitor the health of your lawn and adjust our treatments as needed to ensure it is getting the proper care it needs to thrive. With our fertilization and weed control services, you can enjoy a lush, green lawn all year round.

1st Application – Early Spring

Start your lawn care journey off right with our pre-emergent fertilization service that helps prevent weeds and unwanted grasses from growing while encouraging healthy growth.  Learn more…

2nd Application – Late Spring

Our second fertilization application includes a granular fertilization and a liquid weed control to continue promoting healthy growth and preventing the development of weeds.   Learn more…

3rd Application – Early Summer

The third application in our fertilization schedule includes a granular fertilization with a liquid weed control to keep your lawn looking healthy and weed-free.   Learn more…

4th Application – Late Summer

Our fourth application includes both fertilization and weed control to keep your lawn healthy and weed-free throughout the growing season.   Learn more…

5th Application – Fall

Give your lawn the nutrients it needs to stay healthy and strong throughout the winter with our fifth application of winterizing fertilization.   Learn more…

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