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    Weed Pro lawn care FAQS

    You Have Questions... We Have Answers!

    What makes your lawn program different?

    Our VitaminLawn program uses a nutrient enriched fertilizer with a biodegradable nutrient enhancer.  This enhancer unlocks the tied-up nutrients that already exist in the soil, turning them into plant usable nutrition that is available for uptake into the root system. The result is a deeper, stronger root system, more resilient turf, and longer lasting color. 

    Our VitaminLawn program also uses a proprietary blend of weed control products that changes during the season as different weeds germinate at different times of the year. In the spring we'll spray your entire lawn to maximize weed prevention and control. As the season progresses, we only apply weed control where it's needed, limiting the amount of product we apply to your lawn.

    Why don't you "price match"?

    Although we have competitive rates, we may not be the least expensive provider out there. Just like many other products and services, not all lawn care is the same. There are many different types of fertilizers and weed control products on the market and they're not all created equal. We don't use "cheap" products and use only trained and certified applicators to provide a high level of service that other companies aren't able to match. If you're looking for the cheapest rate out there, we may not be for you but as the old saying goes, "You get what you pay for."

    Why did my Weed Pro services automatically start?

    Weed Pro’s lawn care services carry over from season to season. Each winter you will receive a renewal letter with a pre-payment offer and your services outlined for the coming year. If you elect not to pre-pay for the season, we will just charge you as services are performed. At any point you can modify your services, or cancel them altogether.

    How will I be billed?

    Like most other service providers, Weed Pro now requires a payment account to be on file for billable services. This can be a credit card, bank card, or banking account information (ACH). This kind of billing service allows us to not only keep our office billing expenses down (which we can pass on to you) but it also makes it much more convenient for our customers.

    We currently accept two billing options, auto-pay or pre-pay. Auto-pay means we will simply charge the payment account on file when your service posts, usually the business day after it is performed. Pre-pay means you pay for your services upfront.

    If you are an existing customer and would like to add your payment method to your account, you can call our office at 866.724.4555 or simply clickHERE.

    What should I do if my weeds remain?

    Weed Pro is proud to offer free weed touch-ups in between lawn care treatments. Please notify Weed Pro by calling us at 866-724-4555 or emailinfo@weed-pro.com to alert us of your issue.

    Why does my lawn look better in some areas than others?

    All lawns have their own personalities. You may be dealing with different soil types, shade versus full sun, or different grass types. Shade versus full sun and soil types usually play the biggest role in dry conditions and lawn health.

    How long should my children and pets stay off the lawn after a lawn application?

    Please follow Weed Pro’s written instructions and remain off the treated lawn until the lawn is dry, or as an extra precaution wait 24 hours. With the sun and wind, the material dries relatively fast but waiting as long as possible is best.

    How long should I wait for my Weed Control to work?

    After spraying your weeds, you should wait 7-10 days to see the effects of the weed control product begin to take place. In this time frame, you'll begin to notice the leaves of the weed curl. Please wait 7-10 days before calling Weed Pro for any follow-up applications.

    When should Crabgrass treatment begin?

    Since crabgrass seeds germinate during the early spring, pre-emergent treatments need to take place before then to be effective. The best time to apply these treatments is when temperatures are colder and before the nighttime soil temperature reaches over 50-55℉ for three days. To learn more about when the best time to apply crabgrass protection is, clickHERE.  

    Should I be concerned about Mushrooms in my lawn?

    Mushrooms are a naturally occurring species that pop up on overcast days and when there is a lot of moisture. They are nothing to be alarmed about and will disappear as quickly as they appear once there are some dry days with sunshine. 

    What can I do to get rid of Snow Mold?

    Snow mold appears as discolored spots in your yard after the winter season. While snow mold typically corrects itself as the weather dries out and sunshine appears, it’s also recommended to lightly rake those spots or use a leaf blower to fluff up matted down areas. Learn more about the signs and treatment of snow moldHERE. 

    Does Fungicide fix my lawn disease problem?

    Fungicide prevents the lawn disease problem from spreading, but the unsightly grass will need to grow out. Learn more about lawn fungus and the treatmentHERE.

    Should I roll my lawn in the spring?

    No, rolling your lawn actually damages the crown of the grass plant. Core aeration should be performed to relieve compaction and aid with drainage from spring rain. 

    When should I Aerate my lawn?

    Lawn aeration is a treatment used when the soil in your lawn is compacted. It is important to time your aeration out correctly in the year. Two important factors to consider are the soil temperatures and the type of grass you have. If your soil is too wet or too dry when you aerate, it can destroy your lawn. The best time to have aeration done is in the spring and fall months. To learn more about core aeration and how it is done, clickHERE.

    When should I begin to mow my grass in the spring?

    Spring mowing should begin when your soil is firm, and not damp. This can damage your lawn, and cause unsightly mud marks. Learn more about proper mowing habitsHERE. 


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