Additional Lawn Services

1. Grub Treatment

Spring and September

This treatment will control grubworms. Untreated grubworms eventually mature into June beetles which leave small holes in the yard when they exit the ground in May and June. Grubworms feed on grass roots and can do extensive damage to the lawn, not to mention they attract moles which can damage the lawn as well with their tunnels. Two applications in the spring and fall will give you year-round control.

2. Overseeding / Aeration


Fescue lawns need to be re-seeded every 1-2 years to remain thick. Every year, a small percentage of fescue dies out and needs to be replenished with seed. Aeration is included as part of the seeding process.

Bermuda yards can benefit from aeration as well, especially if the dirt is compacted. The plugs removed from the yard loosens the dirt and allows more oxygen to reach the roots.

3. Nutgrass Pre-emergent


Nutgrass has become quite a wide spread problem in Tulsa over the past few years. Nutgrass is actually a sedge that sprouts from a nut underneath the soil. When you pull the nutgrass from your lawn, the nut is still beneath the soil and will sprout again. To prohibit growth, we apply a pre-emergent before the grass germinates in late April/early May.

4. pH Testing

Done as needed

We typically perform a pH test free of charge at the time we do your estimate. The pH test reveals the acidity of your soil. Bermuda lawns will not tolerate acidic soil. Bermuda that is thin or bare in full sun usually is a sign of acidic soil. This can easily be corrected with a lime application.

5. Flea & Tick Treatment

April – September

Fleas and ticks can be a problem during the spring and summer, especially on lawns surrounded by fields or woods. Many of our customers prefer to treat the lawn rather than the pet itself. This treatment is also effective on other insects. Re-application is usually necessary every 6 weeks.

6. Spring Dead Spot


Spring Dead Spot are round dead spots that appear in the spring on Bermuda yards just as the lawns are greening up. This disease runs on a 7-year cycle. A fungicide in October will reduce the size and number of the dead spots in the spring.