Early Spring – A granular application of fertilizer to green up the lawn and a preemergent to help prevent grassy weeds like crabgrass and foxtail.
Late Spring – A booster application of preemergent to help control grassy weeds like crabgrass and foxtail. A ‘maintenance’ application of fertilizer to keep the lawn green and healthy. A blanket spray of the whole yard is also done for broadleaf weeds.
Summer – A slow-release fertilizer that feeds the lawn over the summer months. Spot treatment for broadleaf weeds and nutsedge as needed.
Grub Control – An application that is applied at the same time as the summer fertilizer. It will help control grubs that damage the yard.
Summer Weed Control – An application to control problem weeds in the summer time.
Fall – Application of fertilizer to help rebuild turf after summer stress plus broadleaf weed control as needed.
Winterizer – A heavy application of nitrogen fertilizer to build food reserves for next spring. Winterizer is the most important fertilizer application of the year.