Fertilizer and weed control
Fertilizers are literally plant food additives. Very few soils are fertile enough to supply the nutrients which healthy plants need. The soil in most areas has become so depleted over the years that fertilizers and other additives must be added.
Excessive vegetation on your property can lead to any number of problems, including unsightly appearances, unsanitary conditions, and fire hazards. Uncontrolled weeds along fences and building perimeters can detract from your property’s image. High, thick weeds provide homes for rodents and other pests.
In late summer and early fall, large concentration of dry weeds can pose a threat of fire. Overgrown weeds, grasses and other brush can clog up drainage ditches or sewers, covering land areas with water and creating breeding grounds for mosquitoes. Proper weed control for your property involves more than just the elimination of common weeds. Proper weed control for your property involves more than just the elimination of common weeds from turf areas .It should also include the removal and retardation of any unwanted vegetation growth. Hand weeding and cutting with mowers or weed trimmers only provides a temporary solution, Instead , pre- and post-emergent chemical controls should be used to provide a more thorough and long –lasting solution to problem vegetation. We offer a wide variety of environmentally sound chemical vegetation controls to improve your property’s appearance while reducing the risk of fire hazards.