With the end of summer here, it is time to start thinking about the traditional fall yard treatments. I can get whatever products you would like for me to get, I am also available to apply each application at an additional cost. I can pick all treatments up are one time or during the appropriate application time. Each bag should cover the approximate square footage listed beside each item. Each bag is 50lbs.

Southern Lawn Tall Fescue Blue Tag Certified: 10,000 sq. ft. for over seeding or 6000 sq. feet for new seeding.

Southern Lawn Tall Fescue Xtreme Blend: This is for yards with irrigation systems as it has Blue Grass mixed in. 10,000 sq. ft. for over seeding or 6,000 sq. ft. for new seeding.

Southern Lawn Maxx: is a coated seed. It is coated with the following nutrients

  • Prudent 44 (44% Phosphite + 14% Nitrogen)
  • Kapre Remed8 (2% Vermacompost + 1% Kelp) Humic Acids and Microbial populations to feed soil and maintain moisture
  • Kyrstal Klear Turf Mix (Micronutrients package w/ 3% Fe, 1% Mn, 0.25% Cu, 0.25% B)
  • Kapre Embella (Helps release bound up nutrients in the soil to make it more readily available to the plant)
  • This blend is still the same certified Southern Lawn just with a nutrients package coated on it. You do not necessarily need to use a Starter Fertilizer with it because there is enough coating on the seed to allow for quick germinations to keep it maintained for up to 4 weeks. We are suggesting that you apply the second application 4 weeks after seeding to help green up the existing lawn and feed the new seed. Less bags and less time will save you money.
  • Southern Lawn Starter Fertilizer: 14-28-14 or 14-20-14 Put down when you aerate and seed at the end of August through mid September 7,000 sq. ft

    Southern Lawn Mid Fertilizer: 25-0-3 Put down 1 month after starter, no later than mid October 10,000 sq. ft.

    Southern Lawn Winter Fertilizer: 32-0-7 Put down 1 month after the mid-season fertilizer but no later than mid-November 10,000 sq. ft.

    Lime: 40lbs bag Based upon your yard’s needs. This can be determined by a soil test to determine PH of soil (should be around 6.5). for a commercial one or I believe you can get one at Home Depot or Lowe’s.

    I also will be aerating in September. The cost of this will be based upon the size of the yard, however most yards are $45.00.

    Just let me know if you are interested in anything or have any questions. As always, I greatly appreciate your business and referrals!