Weed Control and Fertilization

Simply Green provides the following residential turf care programs in Atlanta to provide year-round beauty for your lawn. Our specialists will visit your property every 4-8 weeks depending on the time of year to maintain your yard through weed control and fertilization services. We use the finest products and procedures to ensure your lawn looks its best and we guarantee great results. If you ever have a concern between visits, we will be happy to come back and retreat at no extra charge.

Bermuda, Zoysia Lawn Program

* Additional turf treatments may be needed to prevent or suppress turf insects and disease.

1

Jan.-Feb.

Post-emergent for existing weeds. Potash fertilizer to help build roots.
2

Feb.-Mar.

Pre-emergent to prevent crabgrass and other annual weeds. Post-emergent to control any existing annual weeds. Potash fertilizer to help build roots.
3

April- May

2nd Pre-emergent to prevent crabgrass and other summer annual weeds. Post-emergent to control any existing annual weeds. Controlled release Nitrogen fertilizer for spring green up and potash fertilizer to build roots.
4

May- June

Controlled release balanced fertilizer to continue to keep your lawn dark green. Target treat any existing annual weeds with a selective post-emergent if needed.
5

July- Aug.

Controlled release balanced fertilizer to maintain a dark green lawn. Target treat any existing annual weeds with a selective post-emergent if needed.
6

Sept.- Oct.

Pre-emergent to help prevent poa and other winter weeds. Post-emergent to control any existing annual weeds. Potash fertilizer to help build strong roots for winter.
7

Oct.- Nov.

2nd Pre-emergence to help continue to prevent winter weeds, spot treat any existing annual weeds if needed. Potash fertilizer to help build strong roots for winter.
8

Nov.- Dec.

Lime stone to help condition your soil – maintain soil PH. Spot treat any existing annual weeds if needed.

 

Fescue Lawn Program

*Additional turf treatments may be needed to prevent or suppress turf insects and disease.

1

Jan.-Feb.

Nitrogen fertilization to provide early spring green-up with potash to help build strong roots. Post-emergent weed control for any existing broadleaf weeds.
2

Feb.-Mar.

Nitrogen fertilization to provide early spring green-up with potash to help build strong roots. Pre-emergence to prevent spring crabgrass and other spring weeds. Post-emergent weed control for existing broadleaf weeds.
3

Mar.-April

Balanced fertilizer to help prepare fescue for summer heat. Pre-emergent to prevent summer crabgrass and other summer weeds. Post weed control for existing broadleaf weeds.
4

May-June

Bio-Stimulant with a micro-package to help your Fescue turf survive the hot summer. If temps are under 90 degrees post weed control for existing summer weeds.
5

July- Aug.

Bio-Stimulant with a micro-package to help your Fescue turf survive the hot summer. If temps are under 90 degrees post weed control for existing summer weeds.
6

Sept.- Oct.

Seed starter fertilizer to help your new seedlings grow along with your existing Fescue. This is the time to core aerate and re-seed your Fescue lawn.
7

Oct.- Nov.

Fertilization to help provide a lush green lawn, get your new seedling growing a strong root system.
8

Nov.- Dec.

Fertilization to prepare your lawn for winter and continue to keep your cool season lawn lush green.