We come and apply a slow release granular spring fertilizer, a crabgrass preventer and broadleaf control to your turf.
We come back as the growing season has begun and apply a slow release granular spring fertilizer, a crabgrass preventer and broadleaf control.
We use a summer blend of slow-release granular fertilizer and this is when we include a grub preventative for your lawn.
We use a summer blend of slow-release granular fertilizer along with broadleaf and grassy weed control (crab grass, nutsedge and foxtail)
We use a fall blend or slow-release granular fertilizer along with broadleaf and grassy weed control to your turf.
We use a winterizer blend of granular fertilizer along with broadleaf weed control if needed. This is the time to let your lawn rest.
We offer a wide variety of beneficial lawn services to meet all your needs from fertilization and weed control, to aeration and seeding
It takes time for the living elements of your landscape to mature. Our team will make sure your lawn is healthy and grows strong!
Yes, our lawn services include mosquito control. Live pest free with our full lawn care service program.
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All technicians are licensed in the state of Nebraska to apply chemicals both residentially and commercially and are required to continue education training.
We can do all kinds of landscaping, but our specialty is in mixing non-native and native plants to make a landscape that meets your needs and fits the ecology of our area.
Yes, rainfall before or after an application typically enhances the effectiveness of your turf treatment. Water is vital for proper plant health and aids in carrying nutrients into the soil so they can be absorbed by a plant’s root system. Water also activates pre-emergent weed control and sub-surface insect control. Watson Turf Solutions applications won’t wash away once they are absorbed by the plant or watered into the soil.
All weeds are different, and some are more difficult to control than others, but with most weeds, you’ll begin to see a decline within 10-14 days. Typical signs of effective weed control include discoloration, twisting and withering. However, for species of weeds that are more difficult to control, multiple visits and/or specialized products may be required for effective control, which is why continuing the program year-round is the best way to get the desired results.
We do our absolute best to ensure our specialists service your property during the scheduled time range of your appointment. However, we occasionally miss this appointment window, typically because of weather or extended time spent with valued customers like yourself. Rest assured, if we miss an appointment, we will reschedule your service as soon as possible so that your property receives the care it deserves.
Weeds will compete with the grass on your lawn for nutrients and sunlight. Once weeds are selectively targeted during our turf treatment process, brown and bare areas may develop and create a short-term void until the desired grass reclaims the ground. Watson Turf Solutions's goal is to then replace these brown or bare spots with healthy turf, and this will happen over time. Brown or bare spots can also be related to weather, soil conditions, weed decline, disease or insect pressure. If you notice these areas are getting more pronounced, a TruGreen expert can help identify the issue.
Don't mow for 48 hours and don't water for 24 hours. If you have questions, please call us.
After it dries (2-4) hours as weather permits.
Your lawn usually requires 1-2” of water per week, depending on factors like soil type, temperature, and humidity. We recommend long, infrequent watering (1-2 times per week). Your soil should be moist to a depth of 6-12” after a watering. For best results, water early in the morning. At midday, more water evaporates than goes into the soil. Evening watering invites trouble because plants that stay wet overnight can be more prone to developing certain diseases that thrive in moist conditions. Call us if you have further questions.
The best guide for mowing frequency is the growth of your grass. When lawns are actively growing it may require mowing more than once a week. To avoid stressing the grass, cut off no more than 1/3 of the leaf blade at a time. Keep in mind that certain grasses, such as Bermuda grass, Zoysia grass and Centipede grass, require close mowing to stay healthy. Allowing these grasses to grow too high will increase thatch in your lawn.
There are three ways to pay, pay in full, set up auto pay or pay-as-you-go. Checks and all major credit cards are accepted.