Our five-application, Total Lawn Care Program is designed to give your lawn the proper amounts of “weed and feed.” Our lawn treatments include high quality fertilizer, weed control and surface insect control products throughout the growing season while using integrated pest management techniques. Our skilled technicians will use both granular and liquid fertilizers depending on weather conditions.

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Round 1 - Early Spring Application
We will apply a fertilizer and pre-emergent crabgrass control (plus a broadleaf weed control with permitting weather). Total control of crabgrass can only be achieved by mowing at least 3 ½” high in conjunction with a crabgrass control.

Round 2 – Late Spring Application
Fertilizer and broadleaf weed control will be applied. A surface insect control will also be included to control surface feeding insects such as chinch bugs and sod webworm, as needed.

Round 3 – Summer Application
We will apply a fertilizer, check for turf damaging insects and a apply surface insect control as needed (plus a spot treatment of broadleaf weeds).

Round 4 – Early Fall Application
Fertilizer and broadleaf weed control will be applied for newly germinated weeds and difficult-to-control weeds like spotted spurge and green oxalis.

Round 5 – Late Fall Application
We will apply a winterizing fertilizer to promote deep root growth, longer greening through the end of the growing season and faster green-up in the spring (plus a broadleaf weed control as needed).

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In addition to the Total Lawn Care Program, we highly recommend a Preventative Grub Control treatment for all lawns! This application is applied mid-April through July at the same time as your spring lawn treatment. Our grub control also protects your lawn against destructive army worms.

Grubs are turf damaging insects that feed on the root system of the grass plants in your lawn. Left untreated, grubs can cause severe damage in a short period of time. A preventative product ensures that your lawn is protected from grub damage, otherwise, a curative grub control is necessary to eradicate grubs and stop further harm to your lawn.

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The best weed control for any yard is a thick, dense turf. In conjunction with proper mowing at least 3 1/2” high, you can achieve a crabgrass free lawn! Our precisely timed, pre-emergent crabgrass control is applied as part of the early spring application with our five-application, Total Lawn Care Program.

A post-emergent crabgrass control is available later in the growing season when a pre-emergent crabgrass control was missed, or proper mowing was not achieved.

Check out our crabgrass test that shows how mowing significantly impacts these controllable grassy weeds.

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Power core aeration is one of the most important cultural practices for your lawn. Aeration helps control thatch, improves the soil structure, helps create growth pockets for new roots and opens the way for water and fertilizer to reach the root zone. The holes created from aeration relieve pressure from compacted soils, allowing oxygen and water to move freely into the roots.

Our fall aerations begin when the soil conditions are appropriate for our annual aeration service. Aeration removes thousands of small cores of soil between 1-3” in length significantly reducing thatch and improving turf growth.

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The best way to prevent lawn disease is to keep a lawn healthy through proper mowing, watering and fertilizing. Common lawn diseases like Red Thread Disease, Dollar Spot Disease and Rust Disease may infect lawns and require a lawn fungus treatment approach.

Super Green Lawn Service applies Disease Control to suppress turf disease symptoms with a three-application program, allowing a lawn to thrive.

Disease Control is applied in the spring, early summer and early fall to help protect your lawn from these unsightly turf diseases.


Color Extender is a slow-release, custom-blend fertilizer that releases over a period of 4-6 months. In conjunction with proper mowing and watering, Color Extender helps to maintain your lawn color throughout the growing season.

Super Green Lawn Service applies Color Extender in the late spring helping to give a lawn its greenest color.

Take your lawn to the next level with our unique Color Extender product!

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Yellow nutsedge is a troublesome, difficult-to-control weed that is often found in turf areas. It actively grows in the heat of summer. It is critical to control nutsedge early in the summer before it produces tubers. Yellow nutsedge is most problematic in turf that is thin or mowed too short, and it thrives in areas where soils remain moist.

Super Green Lawn Service begins Nutsedge Control when the weed starts to grow in the summer months.