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    • Treatment #1

    Pre-Emergent Crabgrass Control & Fertilizer
    Complete fertilizer with quick and controlled release material to promote spring green-up and crabgrass pre-emergent to greatly reduce crabgrass and other annual weed grasses.

    • Treatment #2

    Spring Weed Control & Fertilizer
    Complete fertilizer with quick and controlled release material to enhance turf color and density. Broadleaf weed control is also applied for weeds such as dandelion, plantain and clover.

    • Treatment #3

    Early Summer Fertilizer & Weed Control
    Application of a complete fertilizer containing controlled release material to improve turf’s summer stress tolerance. Broadleaf weed control is also applied for weeds such as dandelion, plantain and clover.

    • Treatment #4

    Summer Fertilizer & Weed Control
    Late summer fertilizer is important to help recover grass that was damaged from harsh summer conditions such as extreme heat and drought. This application will help to stimulate growth as well.

    • Treatment #5

    Fall Weed Control & Fertilizer
    Complete fertilizer with quick and controlled release material to enhance turf color and density. Broadleaf weed control is also applied for weeds such as dandelion, plantain and clover.

    • Treatment #6

    Late Fall Fertilizer
    Late fall application includes material to enhance winter root development and provide stores of energy for early spring green-up.

Seasonal SERVICE: Overseeding


Overseeding a lawn can help improve its overall health and appearance.

Simply explained, lawn overseeding is a process of spreading grass seed over the already existing turf. Generally, overseeding is best for larger areas where the turf is thin, but not bare. Smaller areas that are thin or infested with weeds can be spot seeded.


The benefits of overseeding a lawn include:


   • Filling in areas of turf damaged by summer stress, diseases or insects

   • Thickening and increasing the density of thin lawns

   • Improving the lawn’s appearance

   • Enhancing the lawn’s ability to fight insects and diseases


Lawn overseeding is good for lawns that suffer from drought stress, insect or disease damage, or that show other evidences of decline, such as bare patches. Overseeding a

lawn with newer, improved types of turfgrass is often the best way to thicken the lawn

and improve its health and appearance. The new turfgrass is better able to resist damage from drought, turfgrass diseases and lawn damaging insects.


Lawn overseeding can be effective by itself, but it is often combined with lawn aeration.

After a lawn aerator pulls cores of soil from the lawn, the seed is then applied using a rotary or drop seeder. For even coverage, the seed is divided into equal lots and each lot is spread

in different directions.


There’s a good reason for combining overseeding with aeration. The holes created by the aeration process allow good seed-to-soil contact. This adds seed germination. Once the

seed germinates, the seedlings must be kept moist with light frequent watering until they

are established.


In general, lawn overseeding is most beneficial to cool-season grasses like fescue,

ryegrass and Kentucky bluegrass. But certain types of warm-season grasses can benefit

from overseeding, too, especially in the winter when they go dormant.



Seasonal SERVICE: Aeration


If your lawn is healthy, you’ll be able to enjoy it—and to keep your lawn healthy, lawn aeration at the right time of year is key. Lawn aeration is a facelift for your yard, an antidote

to soil compaction and nutrient absorption problems.


The aeration process yields big results. Your PhD-certified lawn care specialist will use a mechanical device designed to pull up evenly spaced, tiny plugs, each composed of turf, thatch and underlying soil. Over a couple of weeks, those plugs break down and feed nutrients back into the lawn. Water can seep deeper into your yard more quickly, encouraging deep root systems.


Keeping Thatch Under Control


Lawn aeration can minimize thatch, that layer of organic matter that can build up between your grass’s green leaves and the soil surface. A little thatch can be healthy, but if it gets to be more than half an inch thick, it can create a safe haven for diseases, insects, molds and other stressors while limiting your grass’s root system. Lawn aeration pulls some of that thatch to the surface where it can biodegrade, turning a potential lawn hazard into natural plant food.


Spring & Fall Applications


In the spring, aeration opens up pathways for nutrients and life-giving water, straight to new roots and shoots. If you have thin or bare patches in your yard, aeration can also provide a chance to overseed, allowing new seed to fall deeper into the turf and gain solid purchase. Some grass species will need to be overseeded in the fall instead of spring, so consult a Froio's lawn care specialist to make sure you’re using the proper techniques for your particular yard.


In the fall, aeration can let in light and air, keeping the dangers of mold under control and even minimizing the chances of winter lawn threats like snow mold. Proper fall fertilization in conjunction with aeration can allow those nutrients to reach the roots of your turf, providing a healthy control to the chances of snow mold growth.


Love Your Lawn

Lawn aeration is like a breath of fresh air for your lawn. If you’re noticing thin or bare patches, water puddles on your yard after a rain or too much thatch, give us a call and set up an appointment. Your Froio's lawn care specialist knows all the lawn aeration tips and tricks —your yard will be looking lush in no time.

Feed the ROOTS, they will thank you.


Additional Fertilizing services:


Soil Testing

Random soil cores are removed and sent for analysis to determine the Ph and nutrient levels of your soil. Highly acidic soils limit nutrient uptake.


Lime Treatment

Liming improves nutrients availability in acid soils. Soil microbes do not thrive in highly acid soils.  Soil microbes aid in the decomposition of thatch and grass clippings.  A thatch layer restricts movement of air, water and nutrients into the soil.


Aeration (Fall and/or Spring)

Helps alleviate soil compaction which restricts the flow of air, water, and nutrients to the root zone and deters the build-up of thatch, an excessive thatch layer creates a favorable environment for disease. Overseeding can be done after aeration to help build turf density.

We customize our fertilizing treatments to your lawn’s needs.

Talk to us & tell us what you need. Our customer care executives will help you find a solution


Packages designed to fit your budget and needs

Let our team feed your lawn. We have proven methods for optimizing your soil to it's highest output levels. We will bring beauty to your property and you will become the envy of your neighbors.

Tons of Maintenance  Possibilities

Located in West Chester, PA, Froio's Lawn & Landscape was born out of a desire to provide our customers with unmatched service and workmanship.  We work diligently to make sure that you are 100% satisfied the first time, every time. - GUARANTEED.


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