What is weed control and why it is important?
Weed control is the botanical component of pest control, which attempts to prevent weeds, especially noxious weeds, from competing with desired flora and fauna, including domesticated plants and livestock, and in natural settings by preventing species non-natives compete with native species.
Zelaya landscaping weed control process and fertilization is a year-round treatment that allows for your landscaping to remain green and beautiful. Contact Jose to book an appointment.
Winter Weed Control
We apply a pre and post emergence liquid product to control unwanted winter weeds. This application will extend the control of winter herbaceous weeds, begin to prevent spring weeds, and help control broadleaf weeds. This keeps your lawn looking nice and clean so you don’t have to take the mower out of the garage to get rid of nasty weeds.
For Raleigh lawns, we spot treat for broadleaf weeds.
Spring Weed Control
We apply a pre and post-emergence liquid product to stop spring and summer weeds before they start. This will help eliminate competition from weeds in your lawn and promote a healthy, green spring!
For Raleigh lawns, we apply a well-balanced slow-release fertilizer, treat broadleaf weeds locally (if necessary), and check for insect or disease damage.
Time frame: mid-February to the end of March
Late-Spring Weed Control
We apply a well balanced fertilizer that will provide your lawn with the nutrients it needs as it wakes up from winter. A healthy spring diet is key to a lush green lawn. During this visit, we also spotted broadleaf weed treats (if needed).
For Raleigh lawns, we apply spot treatments for broadleaf weeds (if necessary) and check for insect or disease damage.
Time frame: early April to mid March
Summer Weed Control
We apply a well-balanced, slow-release fertilizer to consistently feed your lawn. This keeps your lawn healthy and ready for the next hot Texas days. During this visit, we also detect broadleaf weed treatment (if needed) and check for insect or disease damage.
Time frame: mid-May to late June