Lawn Care

Lawn Care Services:

Warm Season Turf (Bermuda, Zoysia, Centipede, and St. Augustine)

Bermuda/Zoysia

  • Round 1: January/February- Pre-emergent herbicide to prevent weed germination along with a post emergent herbicide to control existing weeds.
  • Round 2: March/April- Second pre-emergent herbicide to provide extended weed prevention, post emergent herbicide to control existing weeds, and fertilizer to promote green up.
  • Round 3: April/May- Slow release fertilizer to provide continual feeding along with spot treatment of existing weeds.
  • Round 4: May/June- Slow release fertilizer to provide continual feeding, iron to enhance the green color without stimulating additional growth, and spot treatment of existing weeds.
  • Round 5: June/July- Slow release fertilizer to provide continual feeding, iron to enhance the green color without stimulating additional growth, and spot treatment of existing weeds.
  • Round 6: August/September- Fertilizer with iron and micro nutrients to keep your lawn green and prepare it for fall and winter. Spot treatment of existing weeds.
  • Round 7: September/October- Pre-emergent herbicide to prevent the germination of winter weeds along with post emergent herbicide to control existing weeds.
  • Round 8: November/December- Second pre-emergent herbicide application to provide extended weed prevention along with a root stimulating fertilizer and spot treatment of existing weeds.

Centipede/St. Augustine

  • Round 1: January/February- Pre-emergent herbicide to prevent weed germination along with a post emergent herbicide to control existing weeds.
  • Round 2: February/March- Second pre-emergent herbicide to provide extended weed prevention, post emergent herbicide to control existing weeds.
  • Round 3: April/May- Slow release fertilizer to provide continual feeding and root health along with spot treatment of existing weeds.
  • Round 4: May/June- Slow release fertilizer to provide continual feeding, iron to enhance the green color without stimulating additional growth, and spot treatment of existing weeds.
  • Round 5: June/July- Slow release fertilizer to provide continual feeding, iron to enhance the green color without stimulating additional growth, and spot treatment of existing weeds.
  • Round 6: August/September- Fertilizer with iron and micro nutrients to keep your lawn green and prepare it for fall and winter. Spot treatment of existing weeds.
  • Round 7: September/October- Pre-emergent herbicide to prevent the germination of winter weeds along with post emergent herbicide to control existing weeds.
  • Round 8: November/December- Root stimulating fertilizer along with soil enhancement and spot treatment of existing weeds.

*Note: All products applied are safe for use with centipede and St. Augustine turf.

Warm Season Turf includes Bermuda, Zoysia, St. Augustine, and Centipede and Cool Season Turf includes fescue.

Fescue Turf

  • Round 1: January/February- Pre-emergent herbicide to prevent weed germination along with a post emergent herbicide to control existing weeds.
  • Round 2: February/March- High nitrogen fertilizer along with pre-emergent herbicide to prevent weed germination along with a post emergent herbicide to control existing weeds.
  • Round 3: April/May- Root development fertilizer with iron for additional green-up.
  • Round 4: May/June- Micro-nutrients along with a bio-stimulant to promote turf health and prepare for summer conditions. Spot treatment of weeds.
  • Round 5: June/July- Root development fertilizer with iron for additional green-up. Spot treatment of weeds.
  • Round 6: August/September- Micro-nutrients along with a bio-stimulant to promote turf health and prepare for summer conditions. Spot treatment of weeds.
  • Round 7: September/October- Balanced fertilizer to provide feeding and green-up.
  • Round 8: November/December: Slow release fertilizer to provide continual feeding along with spot treatment of existing weeds.