Lawn Fertilization and Weed Control is a Staple of Our Lawn Care Program.
With proper lawn fertilization during the year you can rest assured that your lawn has the right nutrients not just to grow, but to thrive.
We offer a 7 application lawn fertilization plan
carefully designed to give your SE Michigan lawn the right amount of nutrients at the perfect time. The second part of our lawn care program is weed control, which is included with each application of fertilizer. We won’t be happy until you have a yard that’s lush, green, and weed-free!
Step Fertilization Program Description:
Early Spring (Round 1)
Our March/April application features an all-granular time-released lawn fertilizer with crabgrass pre-emergent. This application serves two major purposes. First, it infuses your soil and root system with vital nutrients to help your lawn recover from dormancy at maximum health. Secondly, and just as important, it introduces a pre-emergent into the soil to prevent the growth of crabgrass. This application may contain a liquid blanket weed control depending on the temperature.
Late Spring (Round 2)
This fertilization treatment is done in May contains of nitrogen-rich all-granular fertilizer and liquid blanket weed control
. This application is designed to ensure your grass doesn’t run out of essential nutrients during a time of explosive growth and to remove any newly germinated weeds throughout the property. You may elect to substitute the crabgrass pre-emergent treatment in place of the nitrogen-rich fertilizer.
Early Summer (Round 3)
Done in June, this lawn application is a deep-greening, all-granular, time-released lawn fertilizer and liquid weed control. This application re-introduces nutrients to maintain healthy growth moving into the summer and provides the technician an opportunity to treat for remaining weeds and diagnose any issues present in the lawn.
Mid-Summer (Round 4)
This lawn fertilization
application is done in July and contains a time-released, all granular fertilizer and weed killer. This application re-introduces nutrients to maintain healthy growth during the summer and provides the technician an opportunity to treat for remaining weeds and diagnose any issues present in the lawn.
Late summer (Round 5)
This application is done in August and contains a time-released, all-granular fertilizer and weed control. This application re-introduces nutrients to maintain healthy growth toward the end of summer and provides the technician an opportunity to treat for remaining weeds and diagnose any issues present in the lawn.
Fall (Round 6)
This treatment is done in September and consists of a time-released, all granular fertilizer and blanket weed control meant to stimulate root growth. This application features a robust infusion of nutrients to maintain healthy growth throughout the fall growing season and provides the technician an opportunity to treat for remaining weeds and diagnose any issues present in the turf.
Winterizer (Round 7)
The final lawn care treatment done in October is an all-granular fertilizer that contains a blend of macronutrients to get your lawn ready for winter. This application ends the year with the lawn nutrient-rich which will help reduce the impact of snow mold the following spring. Lush Lawn provides a variety of lawn care services for your yard’s every health need.
Please contact your closest local branch for all lawn fertilization needs:
Grand Blanc Lawn Service
and the surrounding areas: Burton, Davison, Fenton, Flint, Flushing, Linden, Swartz Creek, Holly and more.
Rochester Hills Lawn Service
and the surrounding areas: Auburn Hills, Berkley, Birmingham, Bloomfield Hills, Clarkston, Clawson, Detroit, Farmington, Farmington Hills, Hunting Woods, Keego Harbor, Madison Heights, Oak Park, Pleasant Ridge, Pontiac, Rochester, Royal Oak, Southfield, Troy
Brighton Lawn Service
and the surrounding areas: Ann Arbor, South Lyon, Canton, Northville, Plymouth, Livonia, Pinckney and more.
Saginaw Lawn Service
and the surrounding areas: Clio, Birch Run, Frankenmuth, Bay City, Midland and more.