The LAWNQUEST Program
We use quality fertilisers and weed control applications only available for the professional. Our composite program of lawn treatments, provide the best products at the right time of year at the correct analysis. Our focus is on providing what the lawn needs to grow in a healthy way – not over stimulating growth which results in the long term in a weak disease prone lawn.
Spring (March to May)
To get your lawn off to a good start The Spring treatment comprises of an application of granular fertilizer, to improve the colour and density of the grass and encourage rooting and strong growth. An application of a selective herbicide is also applied to control emerging broad leafed weeds such as dandelions, daises and plantains.
Early Summer (May to July)
Our second visit to your lawn, to apply a controlled release fertiliser to improve the colour and density of the grass and encourage a strong healthy lawn. This visit also includes an application of another selective, liquid herbicide to tackle broad leafed weeds as well as targeting other hardier varieties.
Summer (July to Sept)
Our third treatment includes an application of a special ‘slow release’ no-scorch granular fertiliser which assists your lawn to cope with the unpredictable weather of the late summer and allows the grass to continue healthy plant growth and rooting. Special emphasis is now given to the more difficult weeds such as trefoils, woodrush, speedwells with a specialist,
Autumn (Oct to Dec)
The Autumn/Winter treatment prepares the lawn for the winter months and helps reduce the growth of moss. This treatment will boost colour but does not stimulate winter growth (which could encourage lawn diseases).
Winter (Jan to Feb)
Due to optimum conditions for re-growth, moss is becoming more of a problem in domestic lawns. This Winter tonic primarily focuses on the control of moss, nutrients for root development, disease resistance, toughening of the grass and maintenance of a dark, lush colour.
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