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It could be one of many reasons like weather or specific conditions of your property not suitable for service that day. Most of the time, it is because your property was not ready for service.
While we do try to schedule our Technicians to spend more time on properties and less time driving, we never sacrifice our service quality to make that happen. All of our programs are designed with specific intervals between treatments. If it is not the appropriate time to service your property, we will come back when it is!
It is not a guarantee that post-treatment rainfall will render our service ineffective. It will actually help water in our granular products and all of our liquid products are mixed with a special tackifier to ensure on-target application and enhanced residual, even after post-treatment rainfall.
Of course, if the effectiveness of our service was hampered by the rain, we will stand behind our work and make it right.
Knowing how and when to water your lawn is crucial, especially ahead of the summer months when drought and/or heat stress can become an issue. If possible, water established turf in the early morning, between the hours of 4-8 am. Watering during the heat of the day will see much of the water wasted through evaporation. Watering in the evening or overnight allows moisture to sit on the grass for long periods of time, increasing the likelihood of fungal diseases developing.
While specific watering recommendations should be based on your soil type and composition, as a general rule, water infrequently (1-3 times per week), but deeply, targeting 1-2” of water per week from either rain or irrigation to ensure water penetrates the entire soil profile.
If your lawn is suffering from heat or drought stress, gradually increase the amount of water your lawn gets and monitor how it responds. You can also water the lawn midday for ~5-10 minutes simply to cool the turf off during the day’s hottest temperatures.
Proper mowing practices are essential to creating a healthy environment for your lawn to thrive. The optimal cutting height for most cool-season grasses is around 4” and you should aim to cut no more than ⅓ of the blade in one cut. Mowing shorter—or cutting too much at one time—puts unnecessary stress on the grass making it less able to develop a good root system or to fight off disease, insects, drought, and even foot traffic.
Lastly, always try to recycle the clippings back into the lawn. Removing clippings from the turf reduces beneficial organic matter and up to 25% of your lawn’s Nitrogen, a critical macronutrient your grass needs throughout the growing season.
Crabgrass is very resilient, especially in thin or bare areas and along driveways, walkways, and patios where heat transfer from the pavement or stone results in warmer soil temperatures ideal for crabgrass growth.
The pre-emergent acts like a barrier for up to 90 days, and we will always spot-treat crabgrass post-emergently as it germinates. The only true defense against any weed is a thick, lush lawn, and that is what we always work towards.
A small number of leaves on the lawn during a Lawn Care service will not negatively impact your treatment. The prills of fertilizer will roll off the leaves as they move or get raked up. Your Technician will not treat your lawn if the leaf cover is too dense.
It is best to continually collect or rake leaves throughout the fall so they don’t become too cumbersome to manage or build up into dense mats that can suffocate your lawn. A lawnmower with a bagger or a powered blower are often the easiest ways to manage leaf cleanup.