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The unique nutrient applications we put together focus on a thicker, greener, healthier lawn for the entire growing season.   Our five and six step programs are built to give the customer options, like the addition of our Plus Program that will make your yard stand out on the block all summer long. 

Step 1

Early Spring

Fertilizer & Crabgrass Control


Feeding your lawn in the spring strengthens roots and gets it off to a good start before the heavy growing season.  This is also the perfect time to get Crabgrass control products applied. 

 Step 2 

Late Spring

Fertilizer, Grub, Billbug, and Broadleaf Weed Control

This service is one of the most important steps of the year.  Preventative insect practices are by far the most effective way to avoid these destructive pests.  Plus we treat the entire yard for over 40 different types of broadleaf weeds.

Step 3

Specially Formulated Summer Fertilizer

Specially designed summer fertilizer with stress relieving nutrients to feed the turf slowly and protect it from the damage this time of year can cause. We will also spot spray any broadleaf weeds or grassy weeds that may be showing up. At this time, we will check the lawn for fungus and or any other issues and consult with the customer to address any issues that may arise

Optional Step


Go Green Plus Program


In the Go Green Plus Program we will be applying a very beneficial organically based root growth stimulant, a liquid iron application that is specially formulated to help prevent the color loss in the heat of the season, and a free tick and flea lawn application that our clients with children and pets will especially enjoy. 

Step 4


Fertilizer & Broadleaf Weed Control

The weather this time of year provides the ideal growing conditions for your lawn.  Fall is when your lawn is looking for the needed nutrients to help recover from summer damage.  This is also a great time to treat those late season weeds. 

Step 5

 Late Fall 

Winterizing Fertilizer

Applying a well-balanced fertilizer this time of year is very important for your lawn as it goes in to dormancy for winter.  Prepping your lawn for winter is often overlooked even though it is the foundation for a healthy lawn the following year.

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507 Front Street
Gibbon Ne 68840

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