Turf Maintenance Program

FINOCCHIARO LAWN & LANDSCAPE ANNUAL LAWN CARE PROGRAM

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SPRING: * March/April

Fertilization – in each service a special blended fertilizer to fit your lawn’s particular needs.
A strong application of pre-emergent crabgrass control.
Liquid Weed Control is spot-sprayed only where weeds are present.
Spot-seeding and tool spiking performed in bare and thin areas.

LATE SPRING: May/June

Fertilization to strengthen the lawn’s ability to resist insects, diseases and summer stress.
Liquid Weed Control.
Grub Control.
Surface Insect Control.
Disease Control – spot-sprayed to control serious fungus or disease problems.
♦ Crabgrass, nutsedge and other weed grass controls.

SUMMER: July/August

Specially-formulated Slow Release Fertilizer.
Liquid Weed Control.
Surface Insect Control.
Disease Control.
♦ Post-emergent crabgrass, nutsedge and other weed grass controls, applied as needed.

FALL: * September/October

Fertilization.
Liquid Weed Control.
Spot-seeding and tool spiking performed in bare and thin areas.
Insect Control – spot treatment where insects, especially grubs, are still actively feeding.
♦ Nutsedge and Post-Emergent Crabgrass Control as needed.

LATE FALL:  November/December

♦ Soil test to determine your lawn needs.
Lime.
Liquid Weed Control.
Fertilization – to encourage continued root development and to promote earlier green-up for next season.

With the Spring and the Fall Service, extra work is performed on an as needed basis.

Seed Aeration
Core Aeration
Thatching
Rolling
Topdressing
Soil Stabilization
♦ Complete Lawn Renovations

 

FINOCCHIARO LAWN & LANDSCAPE, INC. is not responsible for damage done to your lawn, which is out of our control,  such as disturbances of the lawn, severe drought or homeowner’s neglect.  These conditions will require extra work and materials which are not included in this estimate.

1/29/2018

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