Fertilization & Weed Control
Kapp’s Exclusive Fertilization and Weed Control Program.
We apply the right products in the right amounts at exactly the right times to help keep your lawn healthy all season long. Our technicians also monitor your lawn to alert you to potential issues before they become serious problems. With Kapp’s your lawn will get the best care in the business. Guaranteed!
Our early Spring application will promote a fast green-up and help your lawn recover from Winter stress with our slow-release granular fertlizer. This application may include preventative crabgrass control. Broadleaf weed control will be applied as weather permits.
We apply a balanced granular fertilizer to promote color, thickness, and overall good health. It may also include preventative crabgrass control. In addition to feeding the lawn, we will treat for broadleaf weeds and surface feeding insects as needed.
If you can’t handle Summer heat, imagine how your lawn feels. We fertilize your lawn with our slow-release granular fertilizer to prepare for the hot days ahead and we treat for weeds and surface-feeding insects as needed. We will be watching for the early stages of disease. If disease issues occur, our lawn care experts will let you know.
Summer heat is hard on a lawn. To help fight drought, disease and insect stresses, we apply a unique, balanced summer treatment. We stay on the lookout for weeds, surface insects, and disease and let you know if anything needs to be addressed. We also use our slow-release granular fertilizer to keep your lawn fed.
With Fall closing in we continue to feed your lawn our slow-release granular fertlizer to encourage color, thickness, and overall health. This treatment is designed to help your lawn recover from the stress of Summer heat and traffic. Of course, we will continue to watch for and treat surface-feeding insects and weeds as needed.
Our Fall treatment features our granular fertilizer that will help prepare your lawn to not just survive but to thrive during the months ahead. In addition, we will continue to monitor weeds, surface-feeding insects, and disease.