Residential and Commercial Lawn Fertilization
Thank you for joining the All Green Pest Control and Lawn Care Team for your lawn care needs. Our goal is to provide you with excellent service and great customer care. Each fertilizer treatment targets your lawn in different ways and following is an explanation of each service. You can learn the basics of lawn fertilization, but as you can see below, proper fertilization in Utah takes serious knowledge and experience.
Early Spring/Late Fall Ammonium Nitratetreatment
Nitrogen plays a critical role in protein formation and is a key component of chlorophyll. Plants with adequate nitrogen show healthy vigorous growth, strong root development, dark green foliage, increased seed and fruit formation and higher yields.
Spring PreEmergent treatment
Last years weeds cast off seeds that begin to germinate in April. To stop the germination process and prevent new weeds from developing, we combine a preemergent with your regular fertilizer and also treat for the existing weeds from the previous year.
Bill Bug treatment
Bill Bugs are small beetles commonly found infesting lawns through out Utah. The Bill Bug Beetle eats the base of the stock of each blade of grass. The larva offspring of Bill Bugs are called Grubs. Grubs eat away the root base of your lawn. Your Bill Bug/Grub treatment includes weed control.
Early Summer Fertilizer and late Summer treatment
Your summer fertilizer will green the lawn again, improve root growth, increase cell wall strength and encourage new growth to thicken your lawn.
Summer Post Emergent treatment
Any of the weed seeds that were able to germinate and take root will be treated for during the post emergent service. Your post emergent treatment also includes a fertilizer service to continue to give your lawn the nutrients it needs to maintain consistent color, strength and growth during the warmer summer months.
Early Fall Fertilizer treatment
Your lawn has faced the demands of a hot summer and needs to recover. Your fall fertilizer is applied to stimulate continued root growth and cell wall strength. As the temperature begins to reduce over the fall each treatment will focus more on root growth and development.
This is the most important application for the long term health and development of your lawn. As blade growth slows and becomes dormant, the roots of your grass will continue to grow through the late fall and in to the early winter. Root development creates a healthier, greener and thicker lawn for the following spring.
Watering properly is very important!
Each lawn is different and may require different amounts of watering and frequency. You may need to water on a daily basis to keep your lawn healthy and green, depending on the type of soil you have, the altitude at which you live (on the bench or in the valley) as well as the slope of the ground (a heavier slope will lead to more run off and less water being absorbed in to the soil). Hotter days will lead to more watering as more water is evaporated in to the air and not absorbed in to the soil. Be sure to run your sprinklers during cooler times of the day (late at night or early morning).
Again, thank you for being a part of our service. Don’t hesitate to contact us at any time for questions and information. We’re happy to help you manage your lawn care needs.
All Green Pest Control & Lawn Care service the following Counties and Cities:
Serving Utah County:
Alpine, American Fork, Benjamin, Cedar Hills, Lake Shore, Lehi, Lindon, Mapleton, Orem, Palmyra, Payson, Pleasant Grove, Provo, Salem, Santaquin, Saratoga Springs, Spanish Fork, Springville, The Ranches, Vineyard, and West Mountain.
Salt Lake County:
Bluffdale, Cottonwood, Cottonwood Heights, Day Break, Draper, Fair Park, Herriman, Holladay, Midvale, Millcreek, Mt. Olympus, Riverton, Rose Park, Salt Lake City, Sandy, South Jordan, South Salt Lake, West Jordan, and West Valley.