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2017 Round 2 Lawn Care Applications

Application Info, Next Door Know-How Mar 06, 2017 Comments Off on 2017 Round 2 Lawn Care Applications
Texas weeds-Crabgrass

Crabgrass

Texas weeds-Clover

Clover

Texas weeds-Chickweed

Chickweed

March has arrived quickly as this year’s summer is rolling. There is no slowing anything down this year and we are keeping pace to make sure your lawn is healthy and full! Our team will soon be starting our second application of the year. This application will focus on broad leaf weeds like chickweed, and clover as well as some of our first warm season weeds like crabgrass.

If you see us around, feel free to ask us any questions you might have! As always, we’ll leave directions for any follow up lawn care steps and we look forward to helping to keep your lawn simply greener.

Act Now to Keep Fire Ants Away All Year Long

Application Info, Next Door Know-How Mar 02, 2017 Comments Off on Act Now to Keep Fire Ants Away All Year Long
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With this year’s early warm weather, ants have been especially active. Without the cold to keep them underground, we’ve been seeing a lot more activity from these unwelcome guests. Now is the time to consider applying our 6 month Fire Ant Program! Hundreds of my customers have already tried this service in past years and have gotten year round control with just one application.
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2017 First Round Applications Have Started

Application Info Mar 02, 2017 Comments Off on 2017 First Round Applications Have Started
poa-annua

Poa Annua

dandelion

Dandelion

henbit

Henbit

You might have already started seeing us around as we visit to apply our first round of pre-emergent for cool season weed control. This application will keep your lawns a beautiful, even beige as we treat for broad leaf weeds like henbit, dandelion, and thistle. We’ll also be treating for grassy weeds like winter rye, poa annua, and rescuegrass.

Is It Time To Scalp Your Lawn?

Not yet! This Winter has been unseasonably warm and that has meant that many plants have started budding and sprouting already. Your lawn might have even started showing signs of greening up, but if you can, wait to scalp your lawn. North Texas  is known to get freezes as late as mid-March and removing all that winter coat too early leaves your young, new grass exposed to possible cold damage and weeds.

What If I Already Started Mowing?

If you’ve already started your summer mowing regimen, don’t worry! Our first round application is heavily focused on pre-emergent to help keep any weeds that might be trying to take advantage at bay. As the warmer weather becomes more stable, we’ll be working more fertilizer in our applications to help fill out your incoming summer lawn.

Ask Us Your Questions

If you see us around, feel free to ask us any questions you might have! As always, we’ll leave directions for any follow up lawn care steps and we look forward to helping to keep your lawn simply greener.

2016 Lawn Application Round 3

Application Info Apr 09, 2016 Comments Off on 2016 Lawn Application Round 3
Simply Greener Lawn Weed Control and Fertilization | Yellow Nut Grass

Yellow Nut Grass

Dallis-grass

Dallis-grass

Summer Weed Control

Summer is quickly approaching and that means it’s time to start planning for summer weed control and fertilization. Round 3 will see us applying a granular fertilization and treating for weeds that love heat and moisture, like nutgrass. If you are starting to see nutgrass or any other weeds showing up, please don’t hesitate to give us a call so we can make sure to treat them when we stop by!

This early warm weather has also meant that one of our most stubborn and problematic weeds has gotten an early start. Dallisgrass is a very common problem in North Texas and can often require extra applications to fully eliminate from your lawn. As part of Round 3, we’ll be treating for this problematic weed, but if your lawn has a high amount of Dallisgrass, we will contact you directly to talk about any additional treatments that might be needed to make sure your lawn is as healthy as it can be.

Our Best Tool For a Healthy Lawn

Image: Simply Greener Rain GaugeEvery year, during Round 3, we distribute the Simply Greener Rain Gauge so you can calibrate your watering devices. Whether you have a sprinkler system or you simply water by hose, knowing exactly how much water you put on your lawn is very important.

As always, we’ll leave directions for any follow up lawn care steps and we look forward to helping to keep your lawn simply greener.

2016 Lawn Application Round 2

Application Info Mar 21, 2016 Comments Off on 2016 Lawn Application Round 2
Texas weeds-Crabgrass

Crabgrass

Texas weeds-Clover

Clover

Texas weeds-Chickweed

Chickweed

As we quickly roll into March this year, you’ll start to see some new color in your lawn – green! There’s a good chance the green you see might be seeing is our team beginning our second application of the year, but it will also be the first of your beautiful summer lawn beginning to peak out. This application will focus on cool season weeds like chickweed, and clover as well as some of our first warm season weeds like crabgrass.

If you see us around, feel free to ask us any questions you might have! As always, we’ll leave directions for any follow up lawn care steps and we look forward to helping to keep your lawn simply greener.