Pest Control in Findlay Ohio and
the Great Lakes Region
EarthRite Pest & Weed Control will design a customized lawn care program for your lawn. Optimal lawn care programs such as our 5 step lawn care program helps to provide a foundation for a vigorous, weed-free, plush and healthy lawn. Factors such as proper mowing habits, soil compaction, soil type, and watering habits contribute to the success of your lawn. To achieve MAXIMUM results, EarthRite Pest & Weed Control suggests annual aeration of lawns as well as overseeding or slice seeding your lawn with our custom blended seed mix designed specifically for your lawn. Call EarthRite Pest & Weed Control today for a free estimate.
1. March – April
Balanced fertilization – Slow release nitrogen – Pre-emergent weed control. This helps to jump start grass growth and replenish the lawn root system after the stress of the winter season.
2. May – June
Balanced fertilization – Slow release nitrogen with iron – broadleaf weed control – insect control as needed. This provides nutrients to help prep lawns for the upcoming stress of the hot summer temperatures. The slow release fertilizer also helps your lawn to continually receive essential nutrients needed to maintain health through the hot summer sun.
3. July – August
Balanced fertilization – Slow release nitrogen with iron – broadleaf weed control – insect control as needed. This treatment helps lawns endure the stress of summer sun damage and lack of rainfall. Added weed control prevents the growth and pollination of common summer weeds that can overtake lawns and thrive in high temperatures.
4. September – October
Balanced fertilization – Slow release nitrogen with iron – broadleaf weed control –insect control as needed. This treatment maintains healthy turf growth while focusing on fall weed prevention. Insect and pest inspection with treatment as needed helps to ensure your yard will remain green, healthy, and free of pests, fungal infections, and other turf diseases.
Balanced fertilization with slow release granular helps promote healthy root growth over the stress of the winter as well as the early spring green-up.