Incidental / Infestations

Applications are made by request or on an as-needed basis. Effectiveness is guaranteed during the season it was applied. Any re-application to ensure effectiveness will be performed at no additional cost unless otherwise specified at the time of treatment. 

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Aeration is a process of creating openings in the lawn to help air, water and nutrients move into the grassroots, to help alleviate soil compaction and promote new growth. We have specialized equipment to help use quickly and effectively aerate residential to commercial properties.



Control and Prevention

  • Brown patch
  • Powdery mildew
  • Entomosporium leaf spot
  • Downy mildew
  • Gray leaf spot
  • Take-all patch (root rot)


Added Nutrients and Protection

  • Nutrient-rich thin topsoil layer
  • Aids in drainage, surface stability, thatch control, and leveling
  • Often applied after core aeration. The material falls in the holes opened by the aeration process - which speeds turf-grass recovery
  • Useful following seeding, over-seeding or sprigging to protect the developing plants from damage during the initial growing process
  • Useful for open, windswept turf-grass to help avoid winter degradation or erosion


Root Fertilization

Deep root fertilization is a controlled liquid injection process where fertilizer is sent down directly to the root system. Unlike traditional fertilization methods that distribute feed onto the tree’s surface, the deep root fertilization process distributes the feed under the soil’s surface near the roots at around 12-14 inches.

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Control and Prevention

  • Commercial and Residential weed control and prevention against common Texas weeds.
  • Sow Leaf, Thistle, Arrowleaf, Hawksbeard, Bitterweed, Black Medick, Bristly Mallow Buckhorn
  • Carpetweed, Crabgrass, Catchweed, Dandelion, Ground Ivy, Chickweed, Texas Dandelion, Texas Ragwort, Texas Thistle


Control and Prevention

  • Fire ants
  • Chinch bugs
  • Lace bugs
  • Grub-worms
  • Webworms
  • Aphids
  • Scale

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