We proudly offer top-notch quality lawn care services around the Kanas City Area. Each yard is unique so a customized approach is provided to meet each lawns specific needs. We offer both residential lawn care and commercial lawn care.
April-May is the best time to fertilize your lawn. Temperatures should be above 65 degrees and try to apply to a wet lawn either morning dew or after a fresh rain. Of course if you don’t want to do this yourself we are always available.
If you want your lawn to grow fuller and thicker in spring then lawn aeration is a must. The roots receive more nutrients with lawn aeration and it allows water, oxygen and fertilizer to infiltrate the soil.
The best way to control weeds in your lawn is to have dense grass. The best way to have dense grass is to follow the full service program with proper timing, application, and preparation being the most important steps to follow. We use the best surfactant/adjuvant in our spray applications to help with water management, soil compaction, and weed control.
Grub control needs to be applied in mid-June to early July. If damage has already occurred there are treatments and an aggressive water regime can help reduce the damage followed by a fall renovation to help bring back dense healthy grass.
Overseeding is often overlooked, but it is one of the most important tasks in maintaining a lush lawn. When choosing a grass seed read the label carefully. In this area we need to avoid mixes that contain coarse bladed varieties. In Kansas City the best performing grass mix is Blue Grass and Fescue.
Mulching should be put down in the spring and taken up in the fall. One thing to be aware of is mulch is made from wood and it can cause termites so you should take precaution when putting up next to your home.
Lawn renovation needs to be done in the fall. One reason for lawn renovation can be due to poor lawn maintenance so hiring a professional to keep up your lawn will be the best solution. Ask us about a year long treatment plan that includes pre-emergent,fertilizing, weed control, aeration, and insect control.