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 Get rid of unsightly weeds!

 Weeds compete with desirable lawn grasses for water,                                                   space, light and nutrients. They are very aggressive and can                                         easily take over a lawn if not kept in check.  Protect your                                             investment with a customized weed control program that will                                       help eliminate unsightly broadleaf weeds.

Weed control combined with regular fertilization, proper                                              mowing and correct watering practices will keep your grass                                        thriving while weeds disappear.

Weed control programs may involve pre-emergent and post-                                        emergent applications to prevent spring weed emergence and to                                  control evasive weeds in the summer.  Lawn Ranger's equipment is calibrated to apply the proper amount of product to eliminate weeds. Contact treatments are made at peak germination periods of broadleaf weeds.  The control product must contact leaf surface of the plant to be effective.


Weed control products used by Lawn Ranger are tested and registered by the    EPA (Environmental Protection Agency) and are applied by a licensed trained professional.  To improve performance, keep children and pets off lawn until product has dried.  

Lawn Rangers treatment programs, weather permitting, start around the end of March.  Our Customers are routed in an organized way and it usually takes up to 7 weeks to get through the early spring treatment.  An application made in early April will not nexessarily make your lawn better than one done in mid-May.

If any of the below list pertains to you since we have visited with you or have done any applications before on your property-PLEASE CALL US TO LET US KNOW BEFORE NEXT APPLICATION IS APPLIED.

A. You plan to do any lawn seeding. 

B. You added new areas to your lawn.

C. You planted anything we should be aware of. 

D. You acquired a new pet that would need a call

     ahead notice from your applicator.

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