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The single most important thing you can do for your lawn and landscaping is to provide it with proper nutrition. In fact, fertilizing is the most inexpensive and easiest way to impact your lawn.


Consist of 8 treatments annually including fertilizer and weed control program


To properly fertilize,  you need to know the proper blend for your type of grass, the sun/shade conditions, time of year and other variables. The facts are, what works for your neighbor may not work for you. This task is one left to the pros. We know what Texas grasses require, when they require it and how many pounds per thousand square feet is needed. We offer an 8 step program. Almost every application is different depending on many factors. This all can be overwhelming to a homeowner. We are licensed by the Texas Department of Agriculture (TDA Lic # 488487) which requires a series of test based on laws, regulations and what to apply for the many different circumstances.

Research has shown a direct relationship between mowing height and root depth. When grass grows too high, and is then cut, it will expose the stems to direct sunlight and the lawn may burn. If the lawn is yellow or pale after you mow, you have waited too long. The grass will recover, but the root system may be severely shocked. When grass is mowed at the recommended height, the root system develops better.

Unless you are really confident in what you’re doing, it’s best left to the pros. Sign up for our 8 step fertilizer program and I assure you, you won't be disappointed! 

For an average size lot, it is $45 per application.

1st Application - Mid-January

A liquid application of pre-emergent. This application controls winter grasses and broad leaf weeds germinating for the Spring.


2nd Application - Early March

A follow up liquid application of pre-emergent to control winter grasses and broad leaf weeds.


3rd Application - Late April

A balanced application of granular heavy rate, slow release fertilizer with nitrogen, phosphorus, and potassium.  We also spot treat weeds with a liquid post-emergent weed control. 


4th Application-May      5th Application-July       6th Application -August

Repeat applications of granular slow release fertilizer with liquid spot treatments for weeds. 

7th Application - Late October

A liquid application of pre-emergent and broad leaf weed control with a slow release fertilizer, including nitrogen, phosphorus, and potassium.  Controls cool weather grasses and broad leaf weeds.                  


8th Application - Mid December

A follow up liquid application of pre-emergent and broad leaf weed control.

CLICK HERE or call 972-881-0840 to add our 8 Step Fertilizer Program to your existing lawn service.