Lawn Fertilization Program
- Season Long( 6 Month) Fertilizer-Slow-release fertilizer is beneficial for lawns for several reasons:
- Provides long-lasting nutrition: Slow-release fertilizers release nutrients slowly over an extended period of time, providing a consistent source of nutrition to your lawn. This helps to avoid the spikes and dips in nutrient availability that can occur with quick-release fertilizers.
- Reduces leaching: Slow-release fertilizers are less likely to leach out of the soil and pollute groundwater. This is because the nutrients are released gradually over time, rather than all at once.
- Minimizes burning: Quick-release fertilizers can sometimes burn grass if they are applied too heavily or in hot weather. Slow-release fertilizers are less likely to cause burning, since the nutrients are released gradually.
- Improves root development: Slow-release fertilizers promote strong root development by providing a consistent source of nutrients over time. This helps to build a strong, healthy root system that is better able to withstand environmental stresses.
- Reduces mowing frequency: Slow-release fertilizers can lead to slower growth rates, which means less mowing. This can save time and reduce the amount of clippings that need to be disposed of.
- Crabgrass Control- Pre and post emergent products to control Crabgrass.
- Broad leaf and Annual Weed Control- We spray for Dandelions, Ground Ivy, Plantain, Nutsedge and any other annual weed that may pop-up during the summer months.
- Acelepryn Grub Control- This Bee Friendly grub control is applied early in the season compared to other grub controls and will give season long control of white grubs.
- Surface Insect Control- Prevents insect damage from Sod Webworm & Chinch Bug. This application will also kill ants, ticks, and any other insect found on the surface of the lawn. Application is good for 28-40 days.
Aerating your lawn can be beneficial for several reasons:
- Improve soil compaction: Heavy foot traffic, vehicles, and even the weight of lawn equipment can compact the soil over time. Aerating your lawn loosens the soil, allowing air, water, and nutrients to penetrate the root zone.
- Enhance nutrient absorption: When soil is compacted, roots struggle to absorb nutrients and moisture. Aerating your lawn improves nutrient uptake and helps grass roots to grow deeper and stronger.
- Promote root growth: Aeration stimulates root growth by providing access to oxygen and nutrients that may have been limited due to soil compaction.
- Reduce thatch build-up: Thatch is a layer of dead grass, leaves, and other organic debris that accumulates on the surface of the soil. Aeration breaks up thatch, allowing it to decompose more quickly and reducing the likelihood of disease and pest problems.
- Improve overall lawn health: By improving soil conditions, nutrient uptake, and root growth, aeration can lead to a healthier, more vibrant lawn.
It’s generally recommended to aerate your lawn once a year, preferably in the spring or fall when grass is actively growing.
Over-seeding your lawn can be beneficial for several reasons:
- Fill in bare spots: If your lawn has bare spots or thin areas, over-seeding can help fill them in, creating a more uniform and attractive lawn.
- Increase density: Over-seeding can help increase the density of your lawn by adding new grass plants. This can make your lawn more resilient to foot traffic and better able to withstand environmental stresses.
- Improve color and texture: Over time, grass plants can become tired and worn-looking. Over-seeding with newer, improved varieties can help improve the color and texture of your lawn.
- Control weeds: A dense, healthy lawn is less likely to be invaded by weeds. By over-seeding, you can help keep weeds at bay and reduce the need for chemical weed control.
- Enhance soil health: Grass roots help improve soil health by increasing soil aeration and promoting microbial activity. Over-seeding can help build a stronger, more robust root system, leading to better soil health over time.
It’s generally recommended to over-seed your lawn in the fall, when temperatures are cooler and moisture levels are higher. This gives the new grass plants time to establish before the heat and stress of summer. Over-seeding is usually done with after aerating the lawn or with the use of a slit seeder.
Ornamental Landscaping Care
Perimeter Tick Sprays w/Tick Tubes
Spraying the perimeter of your property and putting down tick tubes can be effective ways to help prevent ticks for the following reasons:
- Killing adult ticks: Spraying a tick control product around the perimeter of your property can help kill adult ticks that are actively looking for a host. This can help reduce the number of ticks in your yard and make it less likely that you or your pets will encounter them.
- Interrupting the tick life cycle: Tick tubes are filled with treated cotton that mice will use as nesting material. The treated cotton kills ticks that are feeding on the mice, interrupting the tick life cycle and reducing the number of ticks in your yard.
- Creating a tick barrier: By spraying a tick control product around the perimeter of your property, you can create a barrier that ticks are less likely to cross. This can help reduce the number of ticks that make it into your yard and make it easier to control them.
- Reducing tick-borne disease risk: Ticks can transmit a variety of diseases, including Lyme disease and Rocky Mountain spotted fever. By reducing the number of ticks in your yard, you can help reduce the risk of tick-borne diseases for you and your pets.
It’s important to note that while spraying and using tick tubes can be effective in reducing the number of ticks in your yard, they are not foolproof. It’s still important to take other precautions, such as wearing long clothing, using insect repellent, and checking yourself and your pets for ticks after spending time outdoors.
Tree Injections(Fertilizer, Insecticides & Fungicides)
Mauget tree injections are a method of delivering pesticides, fertilizers, and other treatments directly into the vascular system of trees through small holes drilled into the trunk. The Mauget system uses a specially designed injector that is inserted into the tree and pressurized to force the treatment solution into the tree’s circulatory system. This allows the treatment to be distributed throughout the tree, including the roots, leaves, and branches.The Mauget system is designed to be minimally invasive and is intended to reduce the risk of damage to the tree. The injections are small and targeted, and they can be used to treat a variety of tree pests and diseases, including fungal infections, scale insects, and aphids.The Mauget system has some advantages over traditional methods of tree treatment. Because the treatments are injected directly into the tree, they are not subject to runoff or leaching, which can be an issue with soil-applied treatments. The system also allows for more precise dosing, which can reduce the amount of treatment required and minimize the risk of over-application.
Deep Root Feeding
Deep root feeding is a method of fertilizing plants by applying nutrients directly to the root zone of the plant, typically by injecting them into the soil using a special tool. Deep root feeding can be a valuable application for promoting plant health and vitality.
Winter Deer Repellent Spray
Deer can be quite destructive to gardens and landscaping, especially during the winter when other food sources are scarce. One application of our this product will deter the deer from eating your plants and can last the entire winter.