Our Lawn Care Program For You

Choose one of our plans to optimize your lawn's success.

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Jay-Lan Lawn Care offers a wide range of lawn care programs designed to meet your needs and optimize your lawn’s success. Starting with our Five Step Lawn Care Program, you’ll be giving your residential or commercial lawn a head start toward becoming lush, green, and healthy. This program utilizes only the finest liquid and granular fertilizers to provide a steady, constant supply of necessary nutrients.

The Jay-Lan Five Step Lawn Care Program

Step One: Early Spring

Balanced fertilizer, crabgrass, and foxtail pre-emergent (with broadleaf weed control as needed)

Step Two: Late Spring

Balanced fertilizer, crabgrass, and foxtail pre-emergent (with broadleaf weed control as needed)

Step Three: Early Summer

Balanced fertilizer

Step Four: Late Summer/Early Fall

Balanced fertilizer and broadleaf weed control

Step Five: Late Fall

Heavy rate granular fertilizer to promote root development and earlier greening the following spring

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Additional Application Programs

  • Broadleaf Weed Control
    This lawn care program is used for control of broadleaf weeds that are present when we spray. This lawn chemical has no effect on any weeds that emerge after we spray. **We do have equipment available for acreage spraying. Please call Jay-Lan for an estimate.**
  • Industrial and Commercial Weed Management
    Our one time application in the spring will prevent weed growth throughout the growing season and if weeds do emerge later in the season Jay-Lan will retreat at no additional charge. Learn more here.
  • Lawn Insect Control
    Protect your lawn from destructive pests with our insect control program. If your lawn has a history of insect problems (i.e., Bluegrass Billbug, Sod Webworm), extra insect control applications may be necessary.
  • Lawn Grassy Weed Control
    The wrong kind of grass can interfere with your commercial or residential lawn. We use the highest-quality herbicides to control weeds like Nutsedge, Quackgrass, and Bromegrass.

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