Plant and Lawn Treatment

Just about anyone that owns a home or any kind of property is concerned about lawn and plant treatment.  Sometimes it can even become an obsession of sorts.  Many homeowners will spend countless hours in their lawn and garden trying to achieve the perfection that o’ so hard to attain.
When it comes to planting that perfect lawn and being sure that it is properly treated and cared for, there are some really tough jobs at hand.  This usually requires a lot of back breaking working work in the hottest parts of the day during the hottest time of the year.

But, we love it and wouldn’t have it any other way. 

If you are one those people that I described above then you should know a few things about your lawn treatment and the planting of the perfect landscape.  First of all, the most important thing to note is that there is no “one size fits all” approach.  Your lawn is just about as unique as your own fingerprint.

And although many do it yourself stores would like you to believe that they can sell you a perfect lawn in a bag or in a spray bottle, it just is not true.  This does not mean that you cannot find a lot of useful materials and products at these places, it just means its not a one stop shop. 

The perfect lawn requires diligence, hard work and a little education.(or experience) 

Perhaps the most common problem with lawn and plant treatment is weed and weed killers.  Killing weeds seems to be a problem that every one of us has acquired at one time or another.  We’ve all seen them die and come back time after time.

It’s disheartening to work so hard to kill these things only to see them sprout up again the very next day.  Well, let me tell you a secret.  That stuff you continue to buy at your neighborhood hardware store is not likely to solve your problem.  Therefore, buying more of it is redundant.  So stop!

Part of the problem with creating a new lawn is the weed problem right.  In order to get rid of those weeds you must first think about what you’ve got.  Remember when I said your lawn is unique, just like your fingerprint? 

If you want to keep from completely tearing your lawn out, you will need to find the right product.  To do this you will need to go to a local professional.  They don’t have to be a professional landscaper in your area but, they do need to have knowledge of the soil and all the different things that make up that soil.

Often times finding the local “CO-OP” is your best bet.  The guys inside that run these places are usually highly qualified and can help with your specific needs.  They know the soil and they know what’s available to kill unwanted guests without killing your new grass. To get a better understanding of what is needed in your area contact us today.