“Life’s Better Outside!”
We are DIFFERENT!
We set ourselves apart by only spraying golf resort quality liquid foliar organic/synthetic blended fertilizers along with using the industries best herbicides and pre-emergents for effective weed control. We’re not the cheapest and we’re not the most expensive. We take the best from liquid synthetic processed macro/micro nutrients, combined with liquid organics and very effective weed controlling herbicides and simply call it, The Organic Hybrid program.
Healthy Soil means Lush Beautiful Turf!
Many in our industry shoot or juice up your turf with excessive nitrogen to artificially produce chlorophyll to give it that almost unnatural green color yet depriving it and the soil of the nutrients it needs. This method usually is unsustainable and typically leads to disease problems.
We prefer a balanced approach. We give it a well rounded blend of liquid foliar nutritional fertilizers stimulating root development and allowing the grass to be its own best defense against disease and weeds by making it healthy, dense and lush – naturally. If you still have questions we are here to help, just give us a call, text, or shoot us a quick email.
See our program details below and schedule a face to face appointment to get a better understanding.
Annual Lawn Care Schedule
Round 1 (Winter Application-February)
Application of spring pre-emergent to prevent spring/summer annual weeds and spot treat to control already emerged winter weeds. (Apply Fire ant year long control if added to the annual plan.)
Round 2 (Spring Application-Mid March)
Application of slow release nitrogen fertilizer, by temperature not moisture, for sustained, environmentally ethical feeding of the turf all season along with spot treatment weed control as needed. (Apply Fire ant year long control if added to the annual plan.)
Round 3 (Late Spring Application-May)
Application of our 2nd Pre-emergent treatment, Liquid Organic fertilizer, iron plus a conventional liquid fertilizer with several micro nutrients along with spot treatment weed control as needed. Treat for Grubworms if added to plan.
Round 4 (Summer Application-Mid June)
Application of Liquid Organic fertilizer, iron plus a conventional liquid fertilizer with several micro nutrients along with spot treatment weed control as needed. Inspect for lawn pest such as chinch bug, grub worms & fire ants (treatment quoted separately, if needed).
Round 5 (Late Summer -August)
Spot treatment weed control as needed.
Round 6 (Fall Application-Mid September)
Application of Winter Pre-emergent to prevent winter annual weeds, conventional winterizer fertilizer to encourage root development by reducing the stress of pushing blade growth with nitrogen and feed root zone with potassium (carbs) to prepare lawn for winter months and setup root zone for quick and healthy spring growth.
- If over-seeding cool season Turf Grasses, extra fertilization can be added an additional treatment cost.
NEW CLIENT!? Welcome to the FAST TRACK!
We take a white glove approach with our new clients. There are usually two reasons you have come our way. One is your not happy with your current lawn care provider or two you don’t have one and your lawn is in really bad shape. Whichever it is we want to get your lawn up to speed asap!
In goes without saying that you don’t fertilize weeds on the first treatment but you’d be surprised how many lawn care companies just lump you right in with what all their other clients are getting at that time. What we do is visit the lawn in person and develop a custom and closely timed “AGGRESSIVE” Fast track program between 2-3 treatments within 30 days to knock out weeds and get you where you need to be to join our 6 Step Annual program.
***The Organic Hybrid Program doesn’t include pre-existing Grassy Weeds such as Dallisgrass/Crabgrass, etc., Fungus, or Nutsedge.
***Lawn pest treatments such as fire ants, chiggers, fleas, ticks, grubs, armyworms and chinch bugs can be added if requested. All these vary widely and are controlled and quoted separately on an as needed basis and cost is subject to how widespread the issue is and size of the property. More info about lawn pest can be found here.