The C&J Chemical Division
Get the greatest green without breaking the bank!
Let us renovate your yard with our proven fertilizer and herbicide applications.
this way, we avoid unwanted applications and save our patrons more money.
Seek out the root of the problem! Most people haven't considered the importance of nitrogen in a weed-control program, and simply leave out the fertilizer applications in an attempt to save some cash. What they don't realize: the best weed-control only becomes possible with the development of a healthy, thick root system. Thus a timely fertilizer allows the lawn to fight the weeds for you by crowding out those unwanted plants while delivering that emerald, eye-catching green. Once the all-important fertilizer has been applied and nitrogen levels have been maintained, we can focus on eliminating what tenacious weeds are left through broadcast and spot sprays (depending on the season.)
Our technicians know the hazards of applying in adverse weather conditions and avoid those practices which could be harmful to the environment, i.e., applying during rainfall or high winds. Uncompromising quality:
By using professional grade, complete fertilizers and herbicide products and employing state licensed applicators, we ensure quality lawn-care for each and every customer we serve.
Below is a snap-shot of the C & J Lawn Maintenance Program
Step #1 — Spring has Sprung
The goal of our very first app of the season is to boost your lawn with a dose of nitrogen while providing crabgrass prevention.
Step #2 — Weed Annihilation
Due to their rapid growth throughout May, broadleaf weeds are particularly susceptible to our timely herbicide application while an additional fertilizer encourages thick and healthy root development.
Step #3 — Summer Prep
A fertilizer and broadleaf spot spray are applied in June. Because both white and japanese beetle grubs are feeding near the lawns surface at this time, it is the optimal time for grub control. We highly suggest applying grub control if you have had issues with mole or raccoon damage in the past.
Step #4 — Late Summer Recovery
A heavy fertilizer application affords your lawn a rapid recovery from the arduous summer season while broadleaf weeds are subdued once again.
Step #5 — Winter Prep
As the end of another mowing season approaches, our final fertilizer helps safeguard your turf's root system for the harsh winter weather while enabling an early spring green up.
A: Aeration (also called core aeration) is the perforation of the soil and removal of "cores" or "plugs" and depositing them on the surface of the lawn to break down.