Do you struggle with unsightly weeds taking over your beautiful lawn? Fairway Green, your Raleigh & Charlotte lawn care professionals, have knowledge and access to the latest EPA approved products to help control problematic weeds in your lawn. Although you may see the most weeds in the spring and summer months it is important to understand that weeds germinate all year long. Talk to a Fairway Green professional about year round treatments to keep your lawn looking it’s best!
At Fairway Green we specialize in treating and controlling weeds in your lawn. Our specialties are:
Nutsedge is a very aggressive and common weed that is found in many lawns across North and South Carolina. It’s rough texture can destroy a beautiful lawn.
Bermuda Grass is often grown as a turfgrass in the Triangle and throughout North and South Carolina. However, many homeowners think of it as an eye sore and aggressive weed in their desired turf.
Weeds can be classified as anything growing in the lawn that is not the desired turf. A weed could even be another kind of grass. Broadleaf weeds and grassy weeds are common in many lawns throughout the Southeast. They degrade the quality and aesthetics of your lawn. Other common weeds like sedges and rushes can overtake a lawn, making the grass rough and uneven.
Proper identification and treatment of each variety is important to maintaining proper weed control. That’s where the experts at Fairway Green come in, our technicians are trained to identify harmful weeds and provide the correct treatment every time.
The best way to control crabgrass is with pre-emergence applications in early spring before it germinates. There are also a few post-emergents available that can control it after this time, though they may not be as effective.
These weeds are aggressive and hard to control. During dry periods when they’re not actively growing, weed control applications won’t make a difference, either. For these reasons, each application in Fairway Green’s lawn maintenance programs has some form of broadleaf weed control to deal with current ones and prevent future ones.
These cannot be controlled by pre-emergent applications and generally require a vegetation killer to eliminate them. Applying a vegetation killer a few weeks prior to seeding is the best way to eliminate them, though some can be controlled by other means. If you contact us, we can help you put together a game plan.
Looking for ongoing lawn care? Our turf maintenance plans provide regular lawn treatments to keep your grass, trees, or shrubs looking their best. Learn more about our plans, find the perfect program for your lawn, and request your free estimate today!