Milton Lawn Care
LawnSavers has two great lawn care programs that help to keep Milton lawns Green & Healthy.
To help your lawn recover from the ravages of climate, like the heat and drought in the Summer of 2007 and the compacting effect on soils by the record rains of 2008 and 2009, in addition to 2010's ups and downs, I recommend our Protector Package for peace of mind coverage and the BEST VALUE! It includes organic based fertilization, Fiesta Natural weed management, core aeration, grub management, chinch bug management, pH Soil testing and a FREE Kelp Revitalizer.The best weed control is a well nourished lawn. With ongoing research we have found a new product called 'Fiesta' that became the cornerstone of our weed management program since 2010 and is expected to give even better results in 2015 with DOUBLE the weed control applications! The biggest advantage is that Fiesta does not require watering to be effective, and it can be applied in a wide range of temperatures on Milton lawns. It also is more effective on a wider variety of broad-leaved weeds when part of a comprehensive healthy lawn program. Still, a healthy, thick lawn is your best defense! Products like Sarritor, Beet Juice and Corn Gluten are not as effective and serve only to fertilize your lawn and weeds at best.
Also, adding our Custom over-seeding to our aeration visit will introduce your lawn to much hardier varieties of seed that are bred to withstand higher temperatures, need less water, and resist insects like chinch bug!
I recommend watering once per week for about 1.5-2 hours in each area.
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Call or email us today to find out why LawnSavers has been voted best lawn care service for 12 years running! Thank you Milton for making us your favorite lawn care provider!
If you live in Milton, you may not be aware that even during a water restriction phase, there are usually times that you can still water your lawn effectively. A healthy lawn only needs 1-1.5 inches of water each week.
LawnSavers takes the work out of this for you: visit our water ban information page.