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Lawn Applications

5 Application Process

Early Spring

A pre-emergent herbicide is applied for effective control of annual grasses (crabgrass, foxtail, etc.) before they germinate. Nitrogen, phosphorus and potash fertilizers are mixed together for your lawns early spring feeding. Broadleaf weed controls are added as soil temperatures increase.

Late Spring

Nitrogen, phosphorus, and potash fertilizers are again mixed for your lawn's growing needs. Broadleaf weed controls are applied to eliminate unsightly pests such as dandelions and chick weed.


Nitrogen, phosphorus, and potash fertilizer are mixed together for a light feeding of your lawn. Broadleaf weed controls applied - weather permitting.

Early Fall

Nitrogen, phosphorus, and potash fertilizers blended to provide feeding for all the fall growing season. Broadleaf weed controls are applied as necessary.

Late Fall-Early Winter Fertilizer

This is a granular application made in late fall, when your lawn is storing up nutrients for the winter. This provides extra nutrients to increase the root system, creating a much quicker green-up in the spring. This has proven to be a very successful application for both new and established lawns.

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