Our 6 Step Fertilizing Process
Your soil supplies some of the nutrients that turf grass needs but most soils are not able to provide all of them during the entire growing season. A healthy and actively growing lawn uses a great deal of energy. Fertilizer helps your lawn stay healthy by:
Promoting new leaf and root growth.
Aiding in recovery from foot traffic and pest damage.
Reducing and controlling weeds.
Replacing nutrients lost in volatilization and grass clipping removal
Controlling insects that live on and beneath the soil
Step 1: Early Spring Application. This first step, applied early in the season, will give your lawn a beautiful green color and help prevent annual grassy weeds like crabgrass and foxtail.
Step 2: Late Spring Application. The second step controls and prevents annual grassy weeds like crabgrass and foxtail, and it also keeps your lawn green and healthy. During this step, we control dandelions, clover, and other broadleaf weeds as needed.
Step 3: Grub Control. As you’ve surely guessed, this step prevents grubs all season long.
Step 4: Summer Application. The fourth step, applied during the summertime, will help your lawn maintain its spring color throughout the summer. During this step, we also spot treat broadleaf weeds as needed.
Step 5: Fall Application. After the harsh, hot, and dehydrating days of summer, the fifth step of our fertilization program rebuilds turf that has been damaged from summer stress. Again, we control broadleaf weeds as needed.
Sep 6: Winterize. The final step, applied during the winter, builds a large food reserve for spring and early summer. This will ensure that your yard turns green early in the spring, boasts better-than-normal color, and has better rooting.