LAWN CARE TIPS
Step 1: Crabgrass Preventer plus Lawn Food
Apply in March or April before the weeds germinate. Apply and water in.
This is a slow-release 20-0-3 fertilizer with micro-nutrients and a weed and grass preventer. This unique product will also kill, small weeds that have just emerged.
In areas where weeds are a problem, follow up with an application of Weed Free Zone
10 to 14 days later. (see below)
Step 2: Weed-Out plus Lawn Fertilizer
Apply in April or May. Apply when the lawn is wet, water in after 24 hours. This has quick and slow release 25-0-4 fertilizer that will feed up to 2 months.
It also has a fully systemic broadleaf weed control, killing over 200 types of weeds. Follow up with an application of Weed Free Zone 10 to 14 days later.
Step 3: Green Moken
This has 3% added Iron for a very deep, dark green lawn that is long-lasting.
Step 4: Humic Granules
Apply in Sept/October (preferred), or March/April, apply in spring and fall in yards under extreme stress or struggling. Apply and water in.
This has Humates which brings the soil back to life, increases water-holding, converts organic matter to nutrients and increases fungus resistance.
If Overseeding: New Lawn Starter
Apply when overseeding with Humic Granule (above), for quicker establishment of seed, increased cold tolerance and drought tolerance. Repeat application in 3 – 4 weeks.
This has a 9-13-7 fertilizer with extra Phosphorus and micro-nutrients. Use every time you plant seed and get better germination, rooting and hardiness.
Step 5: Winterizer
Apply in the October/Nov. Apply and water in. Also apply to adjoining trees, shrubs and ornamentals to winterize them as well.
This has a 10-0-14 fertilizer. Nitrogen is used as stored food for the winter, Potassium is used to increase cold hardiness and recover from summer stress.
Optional: Weed Free Zone
Apply in the spring or fall to kill established, actively growing, broadleaf weeds. This is a cool or cold weather weed killer, it works when others won’t, down to 40°.
Stop by The Big Tool Box and Highlands Garden Center in either Parker or Centennial to speak to our lawn care experts for the best lawn care solutions.