- *Weed Pro (Your Selected Lawn Care Treatment Program Application)!
(Round #4 June/July) http://weedpro.com/Traditional/traditional_plus.html or http://weedpro.com/Organic_Lawn/organic_service.html
- Post-emergence Weed Control for Turf and Beds. http://weedpro.com/Traditional/herbicides.html
- Perform a soil test for fescue lawns. http://weedpro.com/Traditional/soil_test.html
- Fertilize, Hand Remove Weeds and Deadhead Flowers in Landscape
- Complete All Flower bed Installations! http://weedpro.com/Flowers/flowers.html
- Keep your shrubs watered with one gallon per foot of height for best results. http://www.urbanagcouncil.com/
- It’s ok to remove one fourth of the foliage of any healthy tree during the growing season if low limbs are hanging over sidewalks or driveways etc.
- *Weed Pro (Your Selected Tree & Shrub Program)!
(Round #3 May/June). http://weedpro.com/Organic_Tree_Shrub/organic_tree_shrub.html
- Consider using soaker hose irrigation or drip irrigation for all your annuals, perennials and shrubs.
- Check your lawn for “Brown Patch” Fungi, if you see circular, dead, brown spots call Weed Pro for an evaluation. http://weedpro.com/Education/edu_video.php?sec=2
- It’s time to Mulch your vegetable garden! Try using newspaper to cover the ground around the plants, then cover with a mulch product.. http://weedpro.com/Maintenance/mulch.html http://weedpro.com/Maintenance/pinestraw.html
- Ask your friends and relatives to save their emptied medicine bottles. They can be re-labeled, keeping plant seeds dry and easy to store.
- Collect the seeds from foxglove stalks. Scratch the soil around the plant and cover the seed with a bit of soil. Water occasionally and the seedlings will bloom next year.
- Keep your outdoor houseplants watered regularly. Also invest in a water moisture meter, they work great for Flower pots and will help you from over watering. Over watering causes root rot!
- Plant your summer annuals near the entry of your home, the visual impact is sure to impress your friends. http://weedpro.com/Flowers/flowers.html
- Prune Azaleas after the Bloom Cycle.
- Keep your mower height high based on your grass variety, this will help your turf withstand dry hot weather. Also, keep your mower blades sharp to reduce ragged cuts.http://weedpro.com/Education/edu_video.php?sec=1
- Prune your hydrangeas back after the blooms have faded. This will increase new flowers in the fall season.
- Water your lawn once per week if restrictions allow. http://www.urbanagcouncil.com/
- Prune all shrubs (Based on Horticultural Requirements)
- Remove Tree suckers and any Vines Growing on Shrubs