What was in your Early Spring Lawn Treatment?

The lawn treatment we just applied to your yard includes: liquid aeration, pre and post emergents including crabgrass preventer, fertilizer, and broadleaf weed killer.

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Works the same way a nasal spray works for your nose. As the liquid moves down the plant, it clears any dense particles in the soil. Thus, it restores and opens back up the soil’s airways.


Pre-emergent herbicides prevent the germinating weeds from establishing in the lawn. Post-emergent herbicides work to control weeds after they have already germinated. They work by traveling down the plant stalk and into the root system to kill the weed.

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Our fertilizer contains 3 main components: nitrogen, phosphorus, and potassium. These key elements will help feed your lawn with nutrients that will help it thrive and survive. In turn, it will help thicken and give that desired beautiful green look.


The last additive we have put into our lawn treatment is intended to rid your lawn from broadleaf weeds.

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