There is nothing more frustrating than having your lawn or garden overtaken by weeds or other pests. If you have worked hard to develop a beautiful yard, then you need to consider various lawn weed control and garden pest control methods to prevent your plants from being overtaken or destroyed.

Weeds are invasive plants that can overtake your garden and lawn. When weeds are present, they can compete for the light, water, soil nutrients, and space that is available. If you want to improve the quality of your lawn and garden, then you need to use both lawn weed control and garden weed control measures.
At Green Circles, we use two weed control methods: targeting seeds to prevent new weeds from growing, and removing weeds that have already started growing.

Lawn Fertilizer

Many people find that natural soil processes don’t provide the essential elements that are needed for a healthy, thriving lawn. At Green Circles, we can help you create a beautiful lawn by using specific fertilizer and weed control elements to boost the health of your lawn.

These fertilizer and weed control services are catered based on the needs of your lawn. We will consider the correct timing for treatment applications, and the exact amount that is needed to improve your lawn so that it can reach its maximum potential. All of our fertilizer and weed control packages include aeration and weed pulling to improve the overall appearance of your lawn.

By planning the perfect treatment schedule for your lawn, you can improve the appearance of your yard and boost the growth of the lawn. These are some of the packages that are available:

Exigent Method – To Maintain a Strong, Healthy Lawn

  • First Treatment: Mid March to Mid April Granular Spring Fertilizer
  • Second Treatment: Mid May to Mid June Fiesta Broadleaf Weed Control
  • Third Treatment: Mid May to Mid June Aeration
  • Fourth Treatment: Mid July to Mid August Granular Slow Release Fertilizer
  • Fifth Treatment: Mid July to Mid August Fiesta Broadleaf Weed Control
  • Sixth Treatment: Mid September to Mid October Granular Fall Fertilizer
  • Seventh Treatment: Late Season Fiesta Broadleaf Weed Control

Organic Method – For a Natural, Chemical-Free Way to Manage Your Lawn

  • First Treatment: Mid March to Mid April Organic Fertilizer
  • Second Treatment: Mid May to Mid June Fiesta Broadleaf Weed Control
  • Third Treatment: Mid May to Mid June Aeration
  • Fourth Treatment: July to August Organic Fertilizer
  • Fifth Treatment: Mid July to Mid August Fiesta Broadleaf Weed Control
  • Sixth Treatment: September to October Organic Fertilizer
  • Seventh Treatment: Late Season Fiesta Broadleaf Weed Control

Unique Method – Naturally Sourced Beet Juice Extract Minimizes Weed Growth and Keeps Your Lawn Healthy

  • First Treatment: May Liquid Fertilizer
  • Second Treatment: June Fiesta Broadleaf Weed Control
  • Third Treatment: Mid May to Mid June Aeration
  • Fourth Treatment: Mid July Liquid Fertilizer
  • Fifth Treatment: Mid July to Mid August Fiesta Broadleaf Weed Control
  • Sixth Treatment: September Liquid Fertilizer
  • Seventh Treatment: Late Season Fiesta Broadleaf Weed Control

Absolute Method – Our Top-of-the-Line Treatment Package to Keep Your Grass Healthy, Green, and Weed-Free

  • First Treatment: Mid March to Mid April Granular Spring Fertilizer
  • Second Treatment: Mid May to Mid June Fiesta Broadleaf Weed Control
  • Third Treatment: Pre-emergent Crabgrass Control (Before Soil Temperature Reaches 5 Degrees)
  • Fourth Treatment: Mid May to Mid June Aeration
  • Fifth Treatment: Mid June to Mid August Horticultural Vinegar Weed Control for Driveway & Walkway
  • Sixth Treatment: Mid July to Mid August Liquid Fertilizer
  • Seventh Treatment: Mid July to Mid August Fiesta Broadleaf Weed Control
  • Eighth Treatment: Summer Application of Chinch Bug Control (If Needed)
  • Ninth Treatment: Mid August to Mid September Grub Control
  • Tenth Treatment: Mid September to Mid October Fertilizer
  • Eleventh Treatment: Late Season Fiesta Broadleaf Weed Control

Garden Fertilizer

Nutrient deficiencies can make it hard to grow a healthy garden, and there are several methods that can be used to improve the quality of the soil to overcome these deficiencies. The best method is to test the soil to determine the exact nutrients that need to be added, and then use specific methods of application. This process increases the likelihood that the plants will be able to absorb the nutrients efficiently.

At Green Circles, we use high quality fertilizers mixed into the soil, so the nutrients are brought close to the root system of each of the plants. This application allows the plants to absorb the nutrients before the nutrition is lost. Sometimes, a foliar application is needed if there are chemical or physical properties of the soil that limit the use of fertilizer. Contact us to learn more about the right type of garden fertilizer, the frequency of application, and the best methods to boost the growth of your garden plants.

Beet Juice Extract

Beet juice extract is an organic method used to improve your grass by eliminating weeds. This method of lawn weed control contains sugar beet molasses and betaine, and over time these two ingredients can have an adverse effect on broadleaf weeds. When applied, microbial activity is improved and the weeds are weakened, so the grass can grow thicker and stronger.

Fiesta

The fiesta lawn weed control method uses ingredients that are rich in iron, which controls many types of broadleaf weeds. If herbicides aren’t permitted, then this is the lawn pest control treatment of choice for many people. The advantage is that the weeds are destroyed and the grass is left unharmed.

Hand Pulling

Sometimes, the most effective method of lawn or garden weed control is hand removal, because the complete root system can be removed to prevent the weeds from returning. This method is a little more expensive than other weed control methods, but it is effective and it allows the weeds to be removed before the seeds are produced.

CGM (Corn Gluten Meal)

Corn Gluten Meal (CGM) is a corn based, organic product that is an effective lawn weed control method for pre-emergent weeds. It helps with the prevention of crabgrass, dandelions, and many other types of weeds. One of the advantages of this method is that the invasive seeds are stopped before they can germinate. This method of lawn weed control is most effective when applied in the spring or fall before the seeds can germinate.

Horticultural Vinegar

Horticultural vinegar has a low pH, which destroys all vegetation that it comes in contact with. The vinegar degrades the tissues and cell walls of the plant, causing the weed to die. Horticultural vinegar is most effective when it is used on weeds above ground that are not near other plants that you are trying to preserve. So, it might be applied to weeds that are growing up through cracks in the sidewalk or other locations away from your garden and lawn.

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