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Our 7 Step Program for a Lush Green Lawn

1) Complete balanced start up fertilizer and pre-emergence crabgrass control.
2) Complete balanced slow release fertilizer, a second application of crabgrass control and broad leaf weed control as needed.
3) Complete balanced slow release fertilizer.

4) Insecticide to control surface feeding.

5) Complete balanced fertilizer to help rejuvenate stressed lawns and broad leaf control as needed.
6) Complete balanced slow release winterizing fertilizer.

7) Lime

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Other recommended enhancements:

  • Mulch Bed Weed Control (5 applications)
  • Core Aeration / Overseeding (fall)
  • Tick Control (3 applications)
  • Mole Remediation (as needed)

Fertilizer FAQ

Can I aerate or dethatch my lawn after the first fertilizer application that has weed control in it?

By aerating or dethatching you lawn you break the bond that prevents crab grass. However with Alliance Landscaping, LLC, we provide crabgrass control in our Early Spring AND Late Spring applications, so you don’t need to worry about coordinating aeration and dethatching with your fertilizer.

Note: Aeration and dethatching should not be done after the Late Spring application. This application will create the final protection against crabgrass.

How will Alliance Landscaping, LLC control dandelions in my lawn?

Every time Alliance Landscaping, LLC services your lawn we will spray weeds such as dandelions, clover, plantains, and other broadleaf weeds. You may see broadleaf weeds pop up in between our services, but rest assured that we will treat them next time we are at your property.

Note: Do not mow your lawn within 24 hours of an application, this will allow the weed control time to move into the plant and eliminate it.

What are these tunnels I see in my lawn now that the snow has melted?

If you are seeing tunnels above ground through the grass, it is likely mouse damage and is not permanent. Mice typically move out of lawn areas during the warmer months into a safer environment. If you are seeing small piles of dirt and pushed up gras, this is likely a mole. Moles can be a challenge, but they sometimes leave on their own. Other times they need to be trapped with mechanical devices. Alliance Landscaping, LLC offers a service using worm baits (call for a free estimate for this service).

What is this light-colored film or “spider web looking stuff” on my lawn?

This is a turf disease called “snow mold”. Snow mold is a fungus that grows under snow cover during the winter, and it does no permanent damage to the turf. Our best remedy is a light raking or dethatching and that will cure it for the season. The mold will also go away on its own when temperatures rise.

How much should I water my lawn?

Everyone has a different theory on how to water lawns. Luckily, the professionals at Alliance Landscaping, LLC can tell you from their extensive experience. Each yard is unique. Watering intervals vary from yard to yard, and season to season. We will help customize a watering plan specific to your property. Having a sprinkler system is very helpful in providing water where and when it’s needed. Alliance Landscaping, LLC offers Irrigation Installation, Service, Openings, and Winterization.

How high should I cut my lawn?

In the spring and early summer (April through late May) you should cut weekly at a height of 2 ½”-3”. In June you should gradually raise your mowing height to 3 ½”-4” and maintain that height until September. Then gradually reduce the mowing height back to 2 ½”-3” as the growth slows and temperatures cool.

Helpful hint #1: Never cut more than 1/3 of the existing grass blade during any lawn mowing event.

Helpful hint #2: In hot spells only cut your lawn in the early evening or on overcast days NOT during the high heat of the day.