Our program is built on quality products, specially formulated for our area and applied by trained, qualified technicians.
Our lawncare professionals are licensed by the State of Minnesota, and attend seminars sponsored by the Minnesota Department of Agriculture, the University of Minnesota, and many other professional organizations in order to maintain their status.
The appearance of your lawn reflects how you feel about your home. Lawn Pro can help you bring out the very best in your home.
We provide responsive, convenient service.
With one call to Lawn Pro, you can order complete, year-round lawn care. We will work with your schedule and respond promptly to your questions and concerns. From fertilization to weed and insect control, Lawn Pro service is a simple convenient way to maintain a healthy lawn.
We've developed expert services for every season.
Our program consists of specifically designed and seasonally schedules service visits. Your lawn care specialist is trained to recognize and treat a variety of disease, insect and weed problems and recommend proper maintenance practices to help your lawn derive the most benefit from our scheduled lawn care applications.
Early Spring Start Up
Once the lawns are actively growing, we apply a granular fertilizer with a crabgrass perventative.
Late Spring Enhancer
With warmer temperatures, broadleaf weeds and annual grasses can compete with your turf. A slow release fertilizer with extended crabgrass control will be applied along with a broadleaf weed control.
Stressed turf is susceptible to a wide array of pests and disease. We will monitor these potential problems while applying a slow release fertilizer to maintain overall health. Any weeds will be spot sprayed.
Fall Feeding and Weed Control
Fall is the best time to recover your lawn. Lower soil temperatures encourage your grass to grow. We will apply a slow release fertilizer to maximize root health. Any weeds will be spot sprayed.
We apply this fertilizer to protect your lawn over the long winter and stored nutrients will assist in an earlt spring green up.
This process relieves compaction, alleviates thatch and allows free movement of water and nutrients into the root zone of the grass.