LAWN SERVICES, LLC
636-388-2883
"Going Green One Lawn At  A Time"

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March - Pre emergent with fertilizer to discourage crabgrass germination and to encourage healthy growth and green up, Weed Control for a healthy appearance*

April - Pre or post emergent depending on the timing of the application,  this will either prevent or suffocate crabgrass seeds as they germinate, Weed Control to promote a more healthy, uniform appearance*

May -  Target any potential problems in the lawn (broadleaf weeds)

June - Grub Control to prevent damage to the root zone, Fertilizer for healthy growth throughout spring, Weed Control to maintain a healthy appearance*

July - Target broadleaf weeds as many thrive in the warmer climates of this transitional zone*, Nutsedge control* (common problem at this time of the season - warm, damp areas), Crabgrass control* (high temperatures can break down preventatives in the soil prematurely)

​August - Target broadleaf weeds as many thrive in the warmer climates of this transitional zone*, Nutsedge control* (common problem at this time of the season - warm, damp areas), Crabgrass control* (high temperatures can break down preventatives in the soil prematurely)

September - Balanced Fertilizer to encourage recovery as well as healthy, strong roots, Weed control to maintain a uniform appearance*

October - Lime to correct imbalances in the soil (ph balance)

November - High Nitrogen Fertilizer (winterizer), allows the root zone to store food through the winter months,  encourages healthy spring green up




* - Weed control is used as necessary. A healthy lawn with proper cultural practices implemented creates a more weed free, healthy environment for all of us.