Skip the Resolutions – Make an Action Plan for Your Lawn
Tips from Weed Man Lawn Care
Are you tired of making New Year’s resolutions, only to break them days, weeks, or months later? This winter, Weed Man wants you to skip the resolutions and make an action plan for your lawn.
Pre-plan your lawn care regimen for the upcoming spring season by signing on for one of our healthy lawn programs. When you hand the reigns over to Weed Man, you’ll have peace of mind knowing that our services are backed by our 100% guarantee policy. Signing up early also ensures that all applications are performed at the right time of the season, giving you optimal results and making your yard the envy of the neighborhood.
What should an action plan for your lawn include?
Our lawn care program includes multiple applications of fertilizer throughout the season. With your lawn’s nutrition in mind, Weed Man uses a 65 percent slow-release, granular fertilizer. Our premium mixture feeds your lawn gradually – only when it needs it. This allows grass plants to feed over an extended period of up to 8 weeks, rather than feast all at once. A well-fertilized lawn is healthier and greener and far better at preventing weed infestation, disease and drought.
Full-program customers also benefit from our effective weed control treatments, all of which are made at peak germination periods of broadleaf weeds for maximum effectiveness. Weeds compete with desirable lawn grasses for water, space, light and nutrients. They are very aggressive and can easily take over a lawn if not kept in check. All of our products are tested and registered by the EPA Environmental Protection Agency and are applied by licensed, trained professionals.
Ask us about optional add-ons targeted toward insects, disease, and lawn repair.
Don’t let your goals for your home and yard slip through the cracks. Skip the resolutions and make an action plan for your lawn this year by partnering with Weed Man – we’ll take care of the rest!
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