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Lawn Care

Lawn Care Services

How are we different? Our crews are experienced – average 15+ years of working with top quality products and continuing education. Simply put, we do it better than anyone else. We treat your property as if it were our own!

Fertilization

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It is important for your lawn to have the proper nourishment to help them grow stronger, from the roots upward. Our lawn care service includes fertilization, which entails fertilizers that are designed to work into the root zone around plants to provide your lawn with the balanced nutrients it needs. Fertilization provides young plants with the nutrients necessary to establish a strong foundation. Established plants also benefit from fertilization by continuing to build on that foundation.

Weed Control

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There are many methods to weed control, and as your lawn care service in the tri-state area, we can help determine the most effective solution. We can help you achieve the plant environment to develop satisfactory results. We can use a combination of cultural practices to effectively control the weeds and develop a lawn that is well maintained. Our company can help to eliminate various weeds that appear throughout the year.

Our Care

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For effective long term turf care, our professional applicators & consultants utilize IPM (integrated pest management) monitoring. During each property visit, the technician assigned to your property inspects all your turf and spot treats for the conditions he encounters as necessary. At the end of that visit, the technician leaves a detailed report of what materials were used to treat and for which conditions. If a problem requires further attention, our staff will check back to assure optimum results.

We are constantly researching new products and practices. Enabling us to provide you with a lawn that is green, lush, thick as well as weed and disease-free. Along with the time to enjoy it with your family & friends.

We offer two types of lawn care programs

Traditional Program

Early Spring: Granular fertilization, Broadleaf weed control (weather permitting), Pre-emergent crabgrass control.
Late Spring: Granular fertilization, Broadleaf and grassy weed control (weather permitting), Pre-emergent crabgrass control.
Early Fall: Granular fertilization, Broadleaf and grassy weed control (weather permitting), Spot fungus control, Insect control.
Late Fall: Granular fertilization, Broadleaf weed control (weather permitting), Spot fungus control, Insect control (as needed).

Hybrid Program (Organic Based)

1st Lawn Treatment: Pre-emergent crabgrass control with Natural Humates and Organic Fertilizer.
2st Lawn Treatment: Natural Humates and Organic Fertilizer with supplemental weed control as needed.
3st Lawn Treatment: Natural Humates and Organic Fertilizer with supplemental weed control as needed with Grub Control.
4st Lawn Treatment: Natural Humates and Organic Fertilizer with supplemental weed control as needed.
5st Lawn Treatment: Natural Humates and Organic Fertilizer with supplemental weed control as needed.
6st Lawn Treatment: Natural Humates and Organic Fertilizer to promote root density throughout winter.
Soil Conditioner: High purity Calcium that improves translocation of nutrients increasing root development, vigor and growth. (applied with 5th or 6th lawn treatment)
Aeration & Seeding: Relieves soil compaction & increase air, water & nutrient movement into root zone. Over-seeding with desirable grasses.

Core Aeration

Everyone knows the signs of a recently aerated lawn. Small, uniform plugs of soil can be seen at turf level, often exposing the different layers of soil below. Aerating your lawn has numerous benefits, including:

  • Relieves soil compaction
  • Helps manage thatch, but does not correct severe thatch problems
  • Improves penetration of air, water, and nutrients into the soil
  • Stimulates root growth

Soil Analysis

A soil test will enable you to determine whether your soil is neutral, alkaline or acidic so you can adjust the soil to the appropriate pH level. Most plants prefer nearly neutral soil with a pH between 6.2 and 7.2. To achieve this goal, acidic soil may require the application of lime. Alkaline soil may require some sulfur.

pH balancing applications

For optimal plant growth, soil must have the proper pH level. pH is measured on a scale of 1 to 14. A measurement of 7.0 is neutral. A number below 7 is acidic (sour) and above 7 is alkaline (sweet). Soil pH signifies a plant’s ability to draw nutrients from the soil.

Other

Grub control
Fungicide applications
Surface and subsurface insect control
pH balancing applications
Organic Fertilization
Traditional Ferttilization

Fertilizazion

It is important for your lawn to have the proper nourishment to help them grow stronger, from the roots upward.

Weed Control

We can use a combination of spot spraying herbicides and seeding practices control the weeds and develop a lush lawn.

Grub Control

We believe in preventative medicine. All of our turf care programs include preventative treatment measures when it comes to grubs ...Why wait to treat until the damage is done incurring costly repairs?

Core Aeration

Small, uniform plugs of soil can be seen at turf level, often exposing the different layers of soil below..