Fertilizer, Azaleas, and Crabgrass Control
Learn about fertilizer, azaleas and crabgrass here!
Apply Fertilizer in Summer
Summer chores can make all the difference this fall. Remember to fertilize azaleas several times through the end of summer. Apply Ferti-Lome Azalea/ Evergreen Food Plus; this will both feed your azaleas and control lacebugs. Lacebugs are the most common insect pest on azaleas. For more information on growing azaleas, visit this blog post.
Lawns also benefit from summer fertilizer applications. Apply Good Earth brand Weed Preventer with Slow Release Nitrogen Fertilizer every 60 to 90 days during the growing season. This will provide nutrients for your lawn and prevent weed seeds from germinating.
Kill Existing Weeds
A post emerge weed killer, such as Ferti-Lome Weed Out will take care of many broadleaf and grassy weeds. Image or Sedge Ender may be necessary for nutgrass and other difficult to control weeds.
Treat for Fungus
If you had lawn fungus issues last fall or this spring, stay diligent. Apply fungicide through fall to keep fungus from spreading. We have both fungicide granules and sprays available.
Finish the season strong by fertilizing azaleas and treating for weeds, such as crabgrass, and fungus in lawns!