We are meticulous in determining the products we choose to treat our lawns for fertilization and weed control. A number of factors go into deciding what lawn fertilizer is selected for your particular yard. The “main course” for your lawn is the nitrogen and potassium ratios, but one of the things that sets Season’s Greenings apart from other yard care providers is the secondary and micro-nutrients in our fertilizers that are needed to keep your lawn healthy and growing. Our fertilizer also contains a certain percentage of slow release pellets. These pellets continue to feed your lawn throughout the timeframe it is designed for treatment. Other fertilizers break down quickly which gives an initial surge of growth, but eventually weakens leaving a period throughout the application interval. With our slow-release fertilizer, your lawn will enjoy continual nutrition throughout the application timeframe. For a lawn that is second to none, turn to Season’s Greenings for your fertilization needs.
Our weed control products utilize a liquid broadleaf herbicide. We are proud to put our weed control product up against any other competitor. We always achieve great results with our weed control applications. Whether it’s easy-to-kill weeds such as dandelions or nuisance weeds such as clover or ground ivy, they are no match for Season’s Greenings! Enjoy your lawn’s full potential without the nuisance of unsightly, invasive weeds through our proven weed control programs.
6 Application Program
Our six application fertilizer and weed control program consists of four granular fertilizer applications and two liquid weed control applications. With our first fertilizer application, we also apply crabgrass pre-emergence control.
7 Application Program (Our Most Popular Program)
Our seven application fertilizer and weed control program consists of four granular fertilizer applications, two liquid weed control applications, and one granular insecticide application. The granular insecticide is designed to control all turf insects such as grubs, sod webworms, chinch bugs, and many more. With our first fertilizer application, we also apply crabgrass pre-emergence control.