Frequently Asked Questions
A. The materials which are used for lawn applications are of a very low toxicity and are registered and used in strict compliance to labeled instructions.
A. If granular fertilizer is used you may go on the lawn immediately after the application. If liquid weed control is used, allow the material to dry on the grass before children and pets are allowed on it. Drying time will vary with weather conditions.
A. Aeration opens up the soil, allowing air and water penetration into the root zone of the grass. This process loosens compacted soil and improves root development thereby helping develop a stronger more stress resistant plant and improved thickness in the lawn.
A. Yes, We always do a great job. If there is an issue fill free to give us a call.
A. Lawns should be watered in the early morning for approximately 15-25 minutes, 3 days per week, depending on weather conditions. Once we have performed our service, wait 24 hours before watering the lawn. Do not water at night because it may lead to increased disease activity in the lawn such as mold and certain types of fungus.
A. Fertilizing in the spring basically enhances top growth that causes excessive pruning. A fall fertilizer supplies balanced macro and micro nutrients needed for adequate food storage in preparation for winter. It also provides vital root growth. This leads to healthy and vigorous plants.