Green Thumb Lawns Inc uses only the finest
sulpher coated urea granular fertilizer, and liquid weed
control products. The products we use are produced for
the commercial market by LESCO, Inc. which is one of
the United States' largest manufacturer and distributor of a
broad line of turf care and golf course maintenance products
for the professional segment of the green industry.
We are a continuing service and will schedule to treat
your lawn on a regular basis throughout the season. We would
like the opportunity to meet with you and explain how we can
improve your lawn and maintain the value of your investment
The Lawn Analysis
A green and healthy lawn begins with an analysis of your lawn:
a comprehensive survey of turf and thatch density, soil composition,
weed population, and insect and desease activity. This study
will determine the customized Program for your situation. This
analysis is without charge or obligation and all it takes
is to dial this number:
the following is a typical application program
for a high maintenence turf grass area. If you do not
have automated irrigation, chances are that you could forgoe
one or two applications.
SPRING: Mid May. Crabgrass control
and balanced granular fertilizer with 20 - 30% slow release
nitrogen. Liquid weed control as needed,
This application has to be applied before the average soil temperature
if 70 degrees F
EARLY SUMMER: Late June through early July.
Balanced granular fertilizer with 20 - 30% slow release nitrogen.
liquid weed control as needed.
Depending on the season, how early spring crabgrass germination
was, crabgrass controll might need to be re-applied. If
you do not have an auto sprinkler system, you probably can skip
LATE SUMMER -EARLY FALL: September through
October. Balanced granular feeding with 20 - 30% slow released
nitrogen. application of liquid weed control as needed.
LATE FALL: October through
November. Some lawns will require this
treatment to maintain good color and thickness. Heavy rate of
granular nitrogen to encourage the storage of nitrogen in the
root system. Liquid weed control as needed. REFER TO
OUR "FAQ" PAGES FOR MORE INFO
ON PROPER FERTILIZING