Lawn Fertilizer Program

More visits do not equal a better program. Our lawn care program covers all basic nutrients needs, crabgrass and broad leaf weed control. Enough nutrients are applied to help build the soil and feed the grass. We monitor for problems and test the soil. We will recommend the additional services that may be required for your success.

lawn fertilizer application

Lawn Care Round 1: March to May 15
Low nitrogen, slow release,organic based fertilizer, long lasting pre-emergent crabgrass control and broadleaf weed control

Lawn Care Round 2: May 1 to June 30
Slow release, organic based fertilizer and broad leaf weed control, nut sedge control and disease monitoring

Lawn Care Round 3: July and Aug
Slow release, organic based fertilizer, broadleaf weed control, nut sedge control, disease and insect monitoring, seeding need assessment

Lawn Care Round 4: Sept to Oct 15
Higher rate of slow release, organic based fertilizer to help your lawn recover from summer stress, broadleaf weed control, disease and insect monitoring, seeding need assessment

Lawn Care Round 5: Late October to Nov 30
Fertilizer to promote early spring green up with minimum spring growth, strengthens root system

Lawn Care Round 6: November and December
Lime to balance soil pH as indicted by lab soil test results, and supply needed calcium

Personalize your lawn care program, by adding core aeration, grub control, flea and tick control and perimeter pest control. Other specialty lawn care applications can be made based on soil test results to solve severe low nutrient and pH problems or to fight disease, moss and more.


There are many types of grasses found in South Jersey Lawns. These include varieties that are:

Fine Fescue – Grows Best in Shady Conditions 

Kentucky Blue Grass – Full Sun Exposure

Perennial Ryegrass – Grows in Partial Sun