Many areas in Texas, like Frisco, have clay soil prone to soil compaction. This causes a serious concern because soil compaction deprives plants of essential nutrients, water, and air. Compacted soil also prevents the grass roots from going deep in the soil and makes them weak. Our Gada package at College Fund landscaping offers the decompacting of soil using aerators. This crucial process is called core aeration, and it opens pores in the soil allowing the plant’s roots to delve deeper and enabling the plant to get nutrients, water, and oxygen.
Contact College Fund Landscaping today for residential weed control services in Frisco.
The uncontrolled and massive presence of acrobat ants, carpenter ants, fire ants, and rover ants can damage and destroy your pristine lawn. We have practical and long-lasting solutions to this problem which entails applying ant treatment that uses the active ingredient Fipronil which is guaranteed to keep them away for months.
Grubs are tiny, C-shaped beetle larvae with white shells found in the soil. At College Fund Landscaping, we provide professional grub control services. We apply preventative control treatments by visiting your turf and using a premium insecticide that explicitly targets grubs in your lawn.
When grubs have already infested your lawn, sure signs will show, such as patches of dead brown grass and grass peeling from the ground. You may also notice an increased presence of grub-feeding animals like moles, raccoons, and birds on your turf. In this case, we take curative measures of applying Imidacloprid, which eliminates the grubs.
Gada is an acronym for preventative turf solutions and stands for Grub, Ant, Disease, and Aeration.
Professional fertilization and weed control go hand in hand to achieve optimal results for your lawn. At College Fund Landscaping, we have a comprehensive 8-step treatment program to keep your lawn green, lush, healthy, and weed-free in all seasons. This program involves:
Stage 1: Early spring pre-emergent broadleaf and grassy weed control to eliminate spring weeds.
Stage 2: Spring pre-emergent broadleaf and grassy weed control with crabgrass preventer and nitrogen fertilizer to provide your turf with the necessary nutrients.
Stage 3-6: Through summer, weed treatment for visible weeds and the application of slow-release nitrogen, phosphorus, and potassium fertilizer to promote healthy roots in the hot, dry summer months.
Stage 7: Fall pre-emergent broadleaf and grassy weed control with potassium fertilizer for a healthy root system to help your lawn during winter.
Stage 8: A winter pre-emergent weed treatment with potassium fertilizer for a healthy root system and to prevent winter weeds.
Weed control involves a coordinated process of proactive and reactive measures.
At College Fund Landscaping, we offer the highest quality material and apply them at a recommended rate at the right time. We apply both pre-emergent and post-emergent weed control treatments.
Our professional team will assess your lawn and consider other factors to get the proper timing to apply the suitable pre-emergent herbicide that will create a chemical barrier in the top layer of the soil to prevent weed seeds from germinating and sprouting in your lawn.
The second part of this effective weed control service Frisco is spraying or applying post-emergent herbicides when weeds shoot up in your lawn. This eliminates their growth and leaves room for your grass to flourish.
The third part is adding fertilizer to thicken up the grass and prevent weeds from coming back in.
Spring is the ideal time to apply weed killer in Frisco. Weeds are best eliminated before they are fully grown and sprouted. Spring is warm and wet, which is perfect for using weed killers because the absorption of herbicides in the soil is assured and guarantees the best results. Fall is the best time to apply pre-emergence treatments as the temperature of the soil is yet to hit 50 degrees. It is also recommended to do 3 treatments of pre-emergence spread out through the fall, winter and early spring. A pre emergence has a residual (or time span it is effective) so it is important you overlap treatments to get the best results. After the temperature of the soil hits 50 degrees the pre-emergence treatments will no longer be effective.
In Frisco, the summers are hot and muggy, while the winters are cold and windy. Temperatures vary from 36°F to 95°F. August is the hottest month of the year, with an average high of 94°F and low of 75°F, while January is the coldest month, with an average low of 37°F and a high of 56°F.
Weeds are a nuisance and deprive your grass water and critical nutrients. They spoil the lush, pristine appearance once they invade your lawn. To continually keep them at bay and maintain a weed-free lawn, you need weed control experts.
We offer professional solutions and years of experience in healthy lawn management and maintenance at College Fund Landscaping. We are the people to go to if you need professional residential weed control service in Frisco, Texas. Our team of dedicated professionals has years of experience and vast knowledge. We are also well-equipped to deal with all types of weeds common in Frisco. Give us a call and we will do what we do best: keep your lawn lush and healthy by eliminating weeds using various effective techniques.
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