Our goal is to design a program that fits your specific needs and budget. We do not try and sell you services you do not want. Your privacy and satisfaction are what help us grow. Our standard lawn program is a 6-step weed and feed treatment program, with the option of adding extra care services. Our standard tree/shrub program is a 5 -step with varies depending on the make-up of your horticulture. Below you will find a detailed list of services we provide in both lawn and tree/shrub. If you have any questions regarding any of these services listed below, please call the office and we will discuss them with you in more detail.
Early Spring Application
(January- February) This application consists of a balanced fertilizer,for spring green-up with root development and increased turf density. A crabgrass preventative and weed control applied to the lawn at the proper time to ensure maximum results. The fertilizer will give the grass vital nutrients to ensure a healthy, green lawn while the crabgrass preventative and weed control will maintain the aesthetic beauty of the turf by ridding it of unsightly grasses and weeds.
Late Spring Application
(March- April) This application consist of a balanced fertilizer for color and strong growth. Inspection and treatment for crabgrass and grassy weeds,broad leaf weeds and insect control as needed. The application really depends on the weather. Some springs are cooler and some might warm up faster then other years. So we adjust to make the proper applications.
Early Summer Application
(May-June) This application consists of a balanced fertilizer and weed control applied at the proper time to ensure maximum results. Because insects become active at this time, the property will be inspected at the time of application for surface turf-damaging insects. If any are found corrective measures will be taken at no additional cost, and property owner will be notified of technician’s findings.
(July) This application consists of a balanced, time-release fertilizer and weed control specifically designed to strengthen and feed the lawn during the hot and dry months of late summer. The fertilizer will slowly feed the grass root systems with balanced nutrients needed to sustain the grass during peak periods of stress. Weeds will also be treated with a spot-spray to minimize stress to the lawn.
Late Summer/Early Fall Application
(August-September) This application consists of a balanced time-released fertilizer and broadleaf weed control. The fertilizer will strengthen root development, which is vital to help the lawn recover from the stress of the hot summer months, while the weed control will eliminate unsightly weeds from the ornamental grass.
(October-November) This application consists of a balanced fertilizer and broadleaf weed control. The fertilizer is designed to mildly feed the lawn during the fall. Fertilizer will help with root development and winter hardiness.A application of pre-emergent will help with winter weeds. Any weeds found will be treated as needed.
(July through August) This one-time application consists of a preventative insecticide applied at the proper time to prevent the infestation of turf-damaging insects. Once applied, this will create a barrier within the soil that will prevent insect damage from subsurface feeding insects throughout the summer and fall months.
This process is one of the most beneficial for your lawn and can be done in either spring or fall, depending on your preference. It is designed to help thickly thatched lawns "breathe" better by breaking down the excess thatch layer more quickly. Aeration is also very helpful in easing the conditions that make disease activity favorable, by loosing compacted soil and aiding your turf’s water retention capabilities.
Lawn & Ornamental Treatments
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TREE AND SHRUB PROGRAMS
(January-February) This is when Dormant Oil is applied and fungicides are applied. This application will help with future insect and disease that are normal in spring.
Early Spring Root Fertilization Applications:
(March - April) This application consists of a balanced fertilizer with minors applied to the tree’s root structure at the proper time to ensure maximum results. The fertilizer will give the plant’s root system vital nutrients it needs after the long winter months to ensure a quicker green up in spring and a healthier plant throughout the year. Disease and Insect control will be applied at this time help with the spring emering insects.
Summer Fertilization Applications:
(May-June) This application consists of a balanced fertilizer with minors. Our technicians will inspect and treat for insects or disease, that they find during their inspection.
Late Summer Fertilization Applications:
(August-September) This application consist of a balanced fertilizer with minors. Also an inspection will be done to look for insects and diseases.
Fall Fertilization Applications:
(October-November) This application consists of a balanced fertilizer applied to the tree’s root structure at the proper time to ensure maximum results. The fertilizer will give the root system vital nutrients to help the plant’s recover from the rigors and stress of the hot, dry summer months and prepare it for the harsh winter conditions ahead.
(Late May-June) This application consists of an insecticide designed to control plant-damaging insects before they inflict serious damage to your plants. Depending on the level of infestation and timing a follow-up treatment may be necessary.
(July) This follow-up application is determined by the amount of insect activity discovered on the first insecticide spray. Experience has shown that moderate to heavy infestation calls for a second spray to ensure proper insect control.
(Late May-June) This application consists of a fungicide designed to control various plant-damaging diseases before they inflict serious damage to your plants. Depending on the level of infection, weather and timing a follow-up treatment may be necessary.
(July) This follow-up application is determined by the amount of disease activity discovered on the first fungicide spray. Experience has shown that moderate to heavy infection calls for a second spray to ensure maximum disease control.
These sprays are designed to inhibit moisture loss in plants during transplanting, or to help ornamentals retain much needed moisture and avoid drying out over long cold winters.
These treatments consist of a chemical spray designed to repel deer away from feeding on ornamental plant material. They can be applied during the spring or summer season to protect against any unwanted feedings, or one time during the fall to provide protection over the winter months.
Other available programs
Lawn and/or shrub fertilizer only programs
Annual tree fertilizer
Turf destroying insect control only programs
Fire ant control program
Shrub weed control
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