One of the most important steps in having a great lawn is eliminating weeds. Weeds are not only unsightly, but they also prevent your lawn from reaching its appropriate thickness. At Brant's Lawns we use our proven methods to not only kill all of yours weeds but also stop new ones from taking their place.
As we stated in the weed control section. One of the most important steps in having a great lawn is eliminating weeds. While we are very capable of eliminating existing weeds. The best way to fully eliminate weeds is by preventing them all together. That's where pre-emergent comes in
Equally important in achieving your desired lawn is giving the grass all the nutrients it requires in order to reach its full potential. We pride ourselves on not only applying fertilizer to make your grass green but also providing your lawn with everything it needs to grow thick and hearty.
A dense layer of green grass is not only beautiful but also one of the best ways to prevent weeds from coming up. By applying grass seed over your existing lawn we are able to create the dense layer of grass faster than by simply applying fertilizer.
Even the most meticulous person can have all of their hard work undone by pesky insects. Whether it's grubs creating dead patches in your lawn or giant mounds of fire ants making your lawn look like something out of a horror movie we can take care of the problem and have you back outside enjoying the warm weather.
Tree, Shrub and Ornamental Services
Deep Root Fertilization
A process where a high quality nutrient solution is injected into the root zone of trees. The materials are injected into the root zone under pressure which helps aerate or provide much needed oxygen to the root system. The soil injection begins just below the surface and goes to a depth of twelve to fourteen inches. Soil injection sites are placed two to three feet apart in a grid pattern under the canopy area and beyond the drip line.
Tree and Shrub Drench
Tree and shrub drenching is the process of adding a combination of liquid treatments directly to the leaves, stem, trunk and base of a plant or tree. It provides deep, targeted treatment and is a useful way to apply insecticides to trees with pest infestations. It also can be a way to apply fertilizers to plants with specific nutrient needs.
Drenches often take effect more rapidly because the chemicals are absorbed directly into the leaves of the affected plants. The best time to apply a drench is early in the growing season or after summer when the temperatures are coming back down for fall.