For weed control we use FIESTA Lawn Weed Killer which received federal regulatory approval by the PMRA in April 2010. FIESTA is a broadleaf weed killer made with iron that has no unpleasant odours. People and pets can re-enter the treated area once the spray is dry, on the same day after application.
The cornerstone of any lawn care program and with proper applications will help your lawn grow strong and healthy. Weeds naturally gravitate towards weaker lawns because they have an easier time growing there, so fertilizers are a must.
Core Aeration helps to prepare your lawn for the season ahead by allowing oxygen, rain and nutrients to get down to grass roots easily, especially if the soil is hard and compacted. Performing core aeration early in the season, combined with fertilizer and spring rains, ensures your lawn roots grow deeper and stronger. This will provide you with a lush lawn to endure those hot summer months.
Water is just as important to a healthy lawn as a Lawn Care Program. Usually mother nature takes care of this for you, but it’s always a good idea to set up a sprinkler during the hot summer months when rain is scarce.
Grass will eventually start to slow down its reproduction rates over time. Seasonal overseeding can help compensate for this and fill in missing grass. It can also help to promote growth on damaged lawns that need a little more care in getting healthy.
If you think you have a pest problem grubGone!G is here to help. When applied at the right periods during the season, it helps to control and eliminate grubs such as European chafer, June beetle and the Japanese beetle. We offer grubGone!G services separately from our core lawn care programs, so you can save money and pay only for what your lawn needs.
Your lawn mower should be set at 2.5”-3” in height. Cutting the lawn when it’s already too long puts stress on the plant and should be avoided. Bagging the clippings when trying to control the spread of weeds is always a good idea. To promote a healthy lawn, regular weekly cutting is a must.