Lawn & Plant Health Care
A lawn and landscape that is well cared for can have a considerable effect on your property value. In order to get the best results, it is important to provide the right amount of food and water, as well as weed control products that will eliminate floral pests without harming anything beneficial. In the region of Auburn, Georgia, Rivermoore Landscape Group has repeatedly demonstrated that we are the most qualified lawn treatment and plant health care service. In a relatively short time, we have become a lawn and plant care service leader in this area. With our continued research and training, we are constantly updating our products, as well as our staff learning new information.
The Lawn Care Program
Rivermoore Landscape Group offers fertilization and weed control in Auburn, Georgia and surrounding cities. This specially designed program consists of 8 visits per year for Bermuda, Zoysia, and Fescue lawns. These visits consist of liquid and granular fertilizer, weed control, and micronutrient applications properly timed to maintain a healthy, green, weed free lawn.
Our lawn care program is executed in eight rounds throughout the year, spaced 4-6 weeks apart. The benefit of this service is providing your lawn with the correct amount of fertilizer and micronutrients to boost and maintain your lawn’s health year-round. Weed control products are used to eliminate the unwanted pests while not harming humans or pets.
8 Round Lawn Care program
First-round – Pre-emergent weed control for Bermuda and zoysia grasses. Fescue will also receive its first fertilization treatment.
Bermuda and Zoysia lawns receive a pre-emergent herbicide to control annual grasses along with broadleaf weed control. Fescue lawns receive fertilization and pre-emergent herbicide to control annual grasses along with broadleaf weed control.
Second-round – Bermuda, zoysia, and fescue grasses all receive a slow-release fertilizer and another pre-emergent weed control application.
Bermuda and Zoysia lawns, they receive a second application of pre-emergent herbicide and weed control. This will control annual grasses from germinating. We also apply a fertilizer to help provide nutrients to the lawn as it is coming out of dormancy. Fescue lawns receives fertilization and pre-emergent herbicide and weed control.
Third-round – Fertilizer is applied to all species of grass, and weed control only if necessary. In addition, your grass will receive iron to deepen the green color of your turf.
Bermuda, Zoysia, and Fescue lawns, receive a controlled release fertilizer and weed control as needed. We also apply iron for the purpose of producing a deep green color to your turf grass.
Fourth-round – More slow-release fertilizer and iron for all grass species. Weed control if necessary.
Bermuda, Zoysia, and Fescue lawns receive controlled release fertilizer and weed control as needed. We also apply iron for the purpose of producing a deep green color to your turf grass.
Fifth-round – Bermuda and zoysia species are treated with more slow-release fertilizer, along with weed control on an as-needed basis. Fescue grass will get an application of limestone to enable better nutrient absorption.
Bermuda and Zoysia lawns receive a controlled-release fertilization to maintain summer color. Weed control is applied if necessary. Fescue lawns receive a pelletized limestone to condition the soil which allows for a better soil nutrient uptake
Sixth-round – Pre-emergent and post-emergent weed control along with root zone fertilization is applied to Bermuda and zoysia species. Fescue yards will get an application of micronutrients to enable seeding. Aeration is best done at this point.
Bermuda and Zoysia lawns receive a pre and post-emergent weed control and root zone fertilizer. This will control fall and winter annual grasses while providing food to the root system. This process prepares your lawn for winter dormancy. Fescue lawns receive a micronutrient fertilizer to promote seeding development. This is the time to aerate and over-seed your Fescue lawn.
Seventh-round – Bermuda and zoysia species receive more pre-emergent and post-emergent weed control along with root zone fertilization. A fertilization application will also be given to fescue turf.
Bermuda and Zoysia lawns receive a pre and post-emergent weed control and root zone fertilizer. This will control fall and winter annual grasses while providing food to the root system. This process prepares your lawn for winter dormancy. Fescue lawns receive a fertilizer. This will help newly seeded lawns grow and establish a strong root system before winter sets in.
Eighth-round– Limestone will be applied to Bermuda and zoysia turf. Fescue grass will get micronutrient fertilizer to stimulate the growth of new seed.
Bermuda and Zoysia lawns receive a pelletized limestone to condition the soil. This will allow for a better nutrient uptake for the next growing season. Fescue lawns receive a fertilization with micronutrients. This will maintain the lawn as it matures after aeration and over-seeding.
The Plant Health Care Program
Rivermoore Landscape Group’s plant health care program is completed in seven rounds throughout the year. Our goal is to provide your plants with needed nutrients while guarding them against disease and insect pests using the Integrated Pest Management (IPM) system.
First-round – Your plants will receive an application of horticultural oil. This will smother eggs and any adults who managed to burrow into your plants for the winter.
Second through Sixth rounds – Your trees and ornamental shrubs will receive micronutrients to complement the water and natural nutrition the soil provides for maximum health. We use the technique of Integrated Pest Management to control the number of insects to an acceptable level, where they will not be a threat to your plant life.
Seventh round – Another treatment of horticultural oil is provided to prevent insects from burrowing inside for the next winter, or laying their eggs.
Most people are not aware of the benefits of lawn aeration, yet it is one of the most important treatments to maintain a healthy lawn. Aeration helps reduce soil compaction and keeps your soil in the best shape possible.
Rivermoore Landscape Group Core Aeration – We offer core aeration in Buford and surrounding cities.
Even with the best care available, lawns can thin out and lose color due to excessive thatch build up, hard/compacted soils, periods of high temperatures, high humidity and/or drought. Aeration is recognized by turf experts, such as golf course superintendents, as the best thing to do to control thatch, reduce soil compaction, fill in bare spots and revitalize growth.
The best time to have your lawn core aerated is after the threat of frost. This is usually after the second week of April and continues until the end of July.
Fall Aeration/Seeding-the two-step process guaranteed to improve your lawn
Rivermoore Landscape Group’s core aeration treatment removes cores of thatch and soil to allow air, moisture and fertilizer to penetrate down to the root zone. The cores brought to the surface contain very important microorganisms, which help break down of the woody thatch tissue. This allows the roots of existing grass plants to spread out and grow deeper, creating a healthier, thicker lawn.
Over-seeding fescue seed in the fall, will fill-in bare or thin spots and help build a thicker lawn faster. The turf type tall fescue seed quickly takes root in the fresh core aerated lawn and provides new life to your already established grass.
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“Our business is growing rapidly for a reason. Rivermoore Landscape Group comes on high recommendations from our existing client base. We are reliable, dedicated, and the most capable of providing quality lawn care and plant health care services to your property. Pride is taken in every task we perform. Serving Auburn and the surrounding counties, call or email us today.