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Early Spring 3/15-4/30:
Crabgrass Pre-emergent with Lawn Fertilization

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Late Spring 5/01-06/14: Dandelion and Broadleaf Weed Control with Balanced Nutrition

When soil temperatures reach a temperature of 55 degrees crabgrass begins to germinate. An application of crabgrass pre-emergents can prevent this from happening, preventing the need for costly post-emergent sprays. 


Early Summer 06/15-07/31:
Balanced Fertilization with Tough Weed Control and Micro-Nutrition

Early Summer fertilization can be key to the prevention of many serious turf diseases including dollar spot and Red Thread while also making turf more tolerant of dought conditions.

Image by Elijah Mears

Fall 09/15-10/15:
Root Growth Fertilization with Full Spectrum Weed Control

Weed Control in the Spring not only controls weeds in the Spring but also greatly reduces weed spread all year long. 


Late Summer 08/15-09/15: Slow Release Fertilization with Late Summer Weed Control

Late Summer is a great time to recover from the harsher conditions we sometimes see in June and July. Recovery can start as soon as the weather allows to get a good boost before the long Labor Day weekend.

Image by Alexander Jonathan

Winterizer 10/15-?:
Granular Winterization

Turning toward the end of the season, we focus on fertilization and weed control techniques that only Michigan Fall weather allows us to employ. During this application, we can employ the widest spectrum weed killers of the year. These will not only control weeds you have in the Fall but can help eliminate early Spring weeds. 

The right Winterizer not only thickens the lawn in the Fall but provides for a lawn that is more ready for Spring.

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