7 Step Fertilizer & Weed Control Treatment Plan
1 Early Spring: Slow Release Fertilizer and Crabgrass Preventer
2 Late Spring: Broadleaf Weed Control
3 Early Summer (both applications done same visit): Slow Release Fertilizer
4 Season Long Grub Control
5 Summer: Nutsedge & Broadleaf Weed Control
6 Early Fall: Turf Rebuilder Fertilizer & Broadleaf Control
7 Late Fall: A Strong Winterizer of Nitrogen Fertilizer
Ornamental Tree and Shrub Plan
1 Early Spring Dormant Oil – Plants are sprayed with dormant oil to suffocate insect eggs and larvae before they have a chance to hatch and begin feeding on plant leaves.
2 Late Spring Insect Disease Control - Plants are sprayed with an insecticide and fungicide to target insects and disease specific to the time of year.
3Early Summer Insect Disease Control - Plants are sprayed again with an alternative insecticide and fungicide to avoid tolerance buildup and target insects and disease specific to the time of year.
4 Late Summer Insect Disease Control - Plants are again sprayed with an insecticide and fungicide to target insects and disease specific to the time of year. Applications 2, 3, and 4 are repetitive but designed specifically to be timely reapplied just before the previous application is no longer effective.
5 Deep Root Fall Fertilization - Fertilizer is injected into the ground around the base of plants for maximum root uptake. This application helps give your plants the necessary energy to grow more vibrantly year over year.