Herbicide 101There are herbicides for every type of weed! To help break it down we’ve divided them into two categories: pre-emergent (prevention) and post-emergent (removal).
Pre-Emergent: More of a preventive tool, these herbicides are best for weeds that haven’t grown yet. Pre-emergent herbicides create a chemical barrier on the top layer of soil which coats seeds and prevents them from growing roots.
Post-Emergent: Use this herbicide to kill weeds once they’ve germinated. Post-emergent herbicides are applied directly to the weeds and will kill the weed from the root.
Examine Your Lawn
Find the Perfect Treatment
Kill the Weeds
Lawn Maintenance & Weed Prevention
Set up a lawn maintenance schedule to keep your lawn weed-free. It’s recommended that lawn maintenance is paid attention to all year-round.
- Spring: Use pre-emergent treatment and hand pick any weeds.
- Summer: Mow your lawn regularly.
- Fall: Seed and aerate your lawn.
- Winter Prep: Give your lawn a short cut and fertilize treatment.
How to Terms
Warmer spring temperatures bring your landscape to life. Unfortunately, with warmer temperatures comes tenacious crabgrass. Use our simple How-To guide to get crabgrass-free.
Keep your landscape looking beautiful with our lawn maintenance tips.