Weed Control

weed control

Nature's Calling knows weeds.

Our 8 visit plan is designed to always be one step ahead of
common lawn weeds in the North Texas areas we service.

The most important step in controlling weeds in your lawn is to first know what type of weeds you have. In Texas there are generally three types of weeds including broadleaf weeds, grass like weeds, and sedges. Each type of weed grows and multiplies differently so the way they are treated is also different.

Broadleaf weeds are the easiest to identify because they do not look like grass. They grow tall and often flower. Dandelions are the most common broadleaf weeds seen in this area but there are many others. Broadleaf weeds typically have deep roots making them grow and multiply quickly making them very difficult to control.

Grass like weeds try to camouflage themselves in your lawn with hopes of going unrecognized. However, these hardy weeds can take over a lawn if they are not properly treated. The most common leaf type weed is crabgrass but there are others like Johnson grass and wild onion that can be quite a nuisance.

Nutedges: Purple, yellow and kyllinga nutsedge. Purple nutsedge is a perennial weed in the sedge family and superficially resembles grass. The Yellow nutsedge primarily propagates by tubers formed underground. The green kyllinga can become very dense and even crowd out bermuda grass.
Each of these forms of nutsedge can be found in our North Texas Lawns.

Depending on what we find during our lawn inspection we will begin to treat any weeds that have already emerged as well as apply pre-emergent to control future growth. Weeds are never going to be eliminated because they are spread by natural sources like wind, water, pets and people. But just because weeds are easily propagated doesn't mean they can not be controlled. Our lawn experts will make sure your weeds are managed.

We also offer special treatments at an additional cost like Top Choice Fire Ant treatments with a one year guarantee.