Upon arriving at a client’s home or commercial facility, our first order of operation is to assess the property. Once we have evaluated the results of our assessment, we meet with the client and develop a strategy for solving and preventing any current issues. Once the client tells us what they are seeking to accomplish, we then use quality fertilizers, grub, and weed controls at the appropriate times, coupled with proper lawn care practices to bring the property to a healthy state of rejuvenation.
As the root system begins to develop growing deeper into the soil, the lawn will thicken and turn a deep shade of green. This is the ultimate goal in our lawn rejuvenation process. Core aeration and proper mowing height play a crucial part in this process. Core aeration will separate the roots to allow for deeper growth; then proper mowing height will form a grassy barrier between the sun and the soil preventing weeds and controlling lawn fade in dry weather conditions.
The benefit of using slow-release granule fertilizer is longer lasting results. When using a granule fertilizer over a liquid, the nutrients in the product stay on the lawn for weeks at a time.
The fertilizer then injects nutrients into the soil after each watering. As the nutrients reach the root system of the lawn, they get pulled into the plant and promote healthy growth.
Fertilizing your lawn every four to six weeks through out the growing season will keep the lawn healthy and strong.
When applied at the proper time, crabgrass and broad leaf weed control will allow your lawn free range to multiply and develop. If weeds are left untended, it is more likely that they will overtake the grass, and negatively impact the root structure of your lawn.
Crabgrass is best prevented in early spring, while spraying broad leaf weeds in the fall is the best way to eradicate them for the following year. Once the weeds have been sprayed, the following weed control applications simply maintain a weed free lawn experience.
Grub larva nestles itself under your lawn and feeds off of the root system. Treatment may be necessary in lawns suffering from certain issues.These issues may include, brown easy to pull up grassy patches, mole trails running all through your lawn, or faded green grassy areas from a fatigued root system.
Mid July is the best time to perform this service.
Core aeration has numerous benefits, many of these benefits work hand in hand with fertilization. As you fertilize your lawn, the root system begins to develop and grow deeper. Over time, grass roots begin to grow into each other and cause a common problem called thatch.
Besides helping to control thatch, core aeration allows fertilizer directly to the root system of your lawn, it provides additional oxygen to your root system, and it also helps water reach into heavily compacted soil.
Spring and fall are the best times to perform this service.