Aerating & Dethatching
Fall is the time for aerating and dethatching
your lawn. Aerating consists of a large roller with spikes that
creates small holes in your lawn, helping out with lawn soil compaction.
This will allow greater airflow to the roots. Dethatch your lawn by using a hard rake or detchaching machine to remove the dead grass that has accumulated
throughout the summer. Now you're ready to seed and fertilize.
Apply Speed Zone Lawn Weed Killer to kill any broadleaf weeds
Apply Gallery to prevent broadleaf weeds from germinating (do not apply if seeding)
Apply Kick Start two weeks after seeding
Be sure to keep your lawn moist for the next two weeks. Do not over water - only keep your lawn slightly wet
Apply Dimension to prevent grassy weeds (do not apply if seeding)
Apply Broadleaf Weed Control with Gallery (do not apply if seeding)