Fertilizing

Standard Fertilizer for Turfgrass:

Your lawn requires a balanced fertilizer program with nitrogen, phosphorus, and potassium to keep it healthy and strong. Most soils have some of these elemts present, but usually they become depleted over the years. Your lawn is a very hungry plant during the growing season. Proper fertilizing with balanced appplications throughout the growing season promotes thick, dense grass that can resist disease and weed invasions. Applying too much of any one of the basic elements can cause poor results. Balance is key.

  • Regular application approximately one time a month is ideal.

Weed Spay for Turfgrass:

Broadleaf weeds are generally easiest to identify of all the weeds. They have leafs that are broad, and are generally produced in pairs or multiples, have wide, flat leaves situated on a stem. Broadleaf weeds are distinctive from andare not closley related to grasses and sedges