Fall Lawn Care Program for a Beautiful Turf All Year Round

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Fall is The Best Time to Improve your Lawn!

  • FALL APPLICATION
    Full rate of fertilizer with slow release nitrogen.
    • Promotes fall growth to recoup from summer stress.
    Broadleaf weed control
    • Controls Dandelions and other perennial broadleaf weeds.
    August 15 - October 15
    LAWN CORE AERATION
    & SEEDING
    Aeration is the process of pulling plugs of soil about the size of your thumb throughout the lawn. Aeration has many benefits:
    • Reduces thatch accumulation.
    • Relieves compaction and creates room for grass roots to grow.
    • Prevents water run off and allows fertilizer and water to get down in the root zone.
    Aeration provides an excellent seed bed. Seed following aeration
    August 15 - October 15
    LATE FALL APPLICATION
    Heavy rate of fertilizer with slow release nitrogen. The Late Fall application has many benefits:
    • Thickens the turf.
    • Develops root system.
    • Stored carbohydrates increases turfs ability to survive and recover from stress problems associated with drought, disease, insects and other environmental stresses.
    • Provides earlier green up in the spring.
    October 15 - November 15
    Early Spring
    Fertilizer with Slow Release Nitrogen
    Pre-emergent Crabgrass and Foxtail control
    Late Spring
    Fertilizer with Slow Release Nitrogen
    Dandelion and Broadleaf weed control.
    Early Summer
    Fertilizer with Slow Release Nitrogen
    Iron and micro nutrients. Broadleaf weed control for Creeping Charlie and other difficult to control weeds.
    Summer
    Fertilizer with Slow Release Nitrogen
    Spot treatment of weeds, annual grasses, and yellow nutsedge. Summer Lawn Inspection.
    Fall
    Fertilizer with Slow Release Nitrogen
    Dandelion and Broadleaf weed control.
    Late Fall
    Heavy rate of fertilizer with Slow Release Nitrogen
    • Take benefits of our other Lawn Care services to improve quality of your lawn
  • Required Fields are indicated with a red asterisk (*)