Our Traditional Plus Program
The Traditional Plus Lawn Care Program is a solid foundation for providing fertilizer, weed controls and lime to your lawn. All nutrients essential for healthy grass are custom blended for application at the proper time of the year. When these products are combined with the same high-quality customer service and care you expect, the result is a lawn care program that provides an excellent value to you and your landscape. The Traditional Plus Program incorporates seven applications:
- Traditional Spring I (January-March)
This application nourishes your lawn with nitrogen and iron, while controlling crabgrass and broad leaf weeds.
- Traditional Spring II (March-May)
This application provides your lawn with a source of nitrogen and iron, while controlling crabgrass and broad leaf weeds.
- Traditional Summer I (May-June)
This application contains a slow-release fertilizer to provide your lawn with a nitrogen and iron. Spot control for weeds is applied where needed.
- Traditional Summer II (July-August) Calcitic lime is applied to neutralize the natural acidity of the soil and to provide a source of calcium, which is an important nutrient for healthy root and plant growth. Calcium also functions as a soil conditioner to help reduce soil compaction.
- Traditional Fall I (August-October) A premium, slow-release fertilizer to provide nitrogen, phosphorus, and potassium to help stimulate root growth and maintain a green healthy lawn. This is a safe slow-release fertilizer that is designed to not to burn a lawn. This application will help keep your lawn fresh and green through the fall.
Traditional Fall II (October-November) A premium, balanced blend of slow-release fertilizer to provide nitrogen, phosphorus, and potassium to help stimulate root growth and maintain a green healthy lawn.
- Traditional Winterizer (November-January) A nitrogen source to help spring green-up and promote root development. This will allow you to see better density and color in your lawn. Existing weeds are spot treated with a post-emergent herbicide if new grass seedlings have matured enough to not be injured from the application.