Hey, Spokanites! Are you tired of spending countless hours maintaining your lawn and garden, only to be left with lackluster results? How would you feel relaxing with your family after a hectic day at work in the ambiance of a tender turf with pest-free green trees providing fresh air for you at the same time? Or would the news of your yellow, unattractive lawn turning green make you feel right in the middle of Autumn? Terrific, isn’t it? Terrific but not impossible!
Perhaps an organically treated lawn is your year-round dream, then look no further than Spokane Spray Service and Lawn Maintenance!
Our team of skilled professionals is dedicated to providing top-notch lawn care services, including weed control, fertilization, and irrigation installation. We also specialize in pest control and offer a variety of customizable treatment options to ensure your property stays pest-free all year round.
Spray and lawn maintenance are required for healthy, vibrant, and beautiful outdoor spaces. Thanks to painstaking and overarching weed control approaches, fertilization, pest and disease control, lawn aeration, overseeding, tree and shrub care, and lawn mowing, home and other property owners can maintain their lawns and gardens, ensuring they remain healthy and attractive all year round. A well-maintained outdoor space can also increase your property value and enhance the overall appearance of a home.
Weeds, pests, thatch and soil compaction, and disproportionate manure application system, among other things, are just a few of the enemies to healthy green outdoor spaces. A poor understanding of the seasons and mode of operations of shrub-attaching pests is another. An effective trick around this isn’t to just spray your lawn or shrubs but to identify when to do just that. At Spokane Spray Service and Lawn Maintenance, we believe that a healthy and beautiful lawn is within reach for everyone. Contact us today to learn more about how we can help transform your outdoor space!
THE SERVICES WE OFFER!
Noxious weed control
We help to manage invasive plant species that pose a threat to agricultural productivity, human health, and the environment through effective control methods which include mechanical removal, chemical treatments, biological control, and cultural practices.
With this service, we manage lawn and garden pests that are in the larval stage of various beetle species through a proven crossbreed of methods.
We do this by killing soil-borne pests, diseases, and weed seeds by using heat, chemicals, or other treatments. By extension, this helps to prevent the spread of pathogens and increase crop yield.
We analyze soil samples to determine their nutrient content, pH levels, and other properties that affect plant growth. These results are used to develop a tailored fertilization plan for crops and gardens, improve soil health, and prevent nutrient deficiencies or toxicities.
Pest control service for everything from Spiders, Ants, Wasps & more
An overarching extension of grub control, what we do here is a comprehensive management and eradication of various pests such as spiders, ants, wasps, and other insects. In a more detailed approach, this service covers the identification of these pests and their breeding habits, the implementation of preventive measures, and the use of a variety of methods such as baits, traps, pesticides, and other treatments to eliminate the pest.
Through our aeration services, we help to perforate the soil with small holes to permit air, water, and nutrients to penetrate the roots of plants. This process can help to reduce soil compaction, promote root growth, and improve overall soil health. We help our clients in and beyond Spokane County to get this done usually during fall or spring when the soil is moist and the grass is actively growing.
SMOOTH SPOKANE SPRUCE SPRAY
Lawns need smooth spray to ensure the even distribution of fertilizers, herbicides, and other products. Our Smooth Spokane Spruce Spray ensures that every part of the lawn receives an equal amount of product, preventing under or over-application in certain areas. Additionally, smooth spraying can help to save time and money by reducing the amount of product needed and minimizing the need for re-application. Overall, this service is essential for maintaining a healthy and beautiful lawn.
GREEN LAWN THAT WEEDS HATE
Every property owner needs weed control. Due to our familiarity with Spokane County, we are aware that Henbit, White Clover, Crabgrass, Dandelions, and Dollarweed are some of the weeds which conspire to compete with your lawn and other desirable plants for essential nutrients such as water, and sunlight. These weeds can quickly take over your lawn unannounced, making it look unsightly and reducing its overall health. Even more, some weeds can be toxic you the property owner as well as your pets and may cause allergies or other health problems. Our customized fertilizer and weed control measures will help you to maintain a healthy and attractive lawn, reduce the risk of health problems, and increase the value of your property.
LAWN PEST SOLDIER CONTROL
Like weeds, shrub pests are destructive emissaries to the shrubs, lawns, and trees around your property. Lawns and shrubs need pest control to prevent and eliminate insect and animal infestations that can cause damage to plants and foliage. Pest infestations can be detrimental to the health of lawns and shrubs, leading to stunted growth, discoloration, and even death. By implementing pest control measures, we can help you protect your lawns and shrubs from damage and ensure their long-term health and beauty.
WINNING THE WAR AGAINST SPIDER MITES
Spider mites are tiny arachnids. They are common pests that feed on plants and can cause significant damage to crops, ornamental plants, and fruit trees. They reproduce rapidly, and can quickly become a major problem if not controlled, particularly because they can develop resistance to pesticides. Thanks to our organic solution, with dormant oil, and horticultural oil, the battle against spider mites can be completely won even if you grow spider berries.
LAWN-FRIENDLY ORGANIC FERTILIZER
Every property owner needs a lawn-friendly organic fertilizer because it naturally provides essential nutrients, promoting healthy growth and enhancing overall health. Organic fertilizers contain natural ingredients that release nutrients slowly, providing a steady supply of nutrients to plants over time. This helps to avoid the negative effects of synthetic fertilizers, such as over-fertilization and soil depletion. Lawn-friendly organic fertilizers that are rich in iron, potassium, and nitrogen are instrumental in improving soil health by increasing microbial activity, improving water retention, and reducing erosion. Overall, using organic fertilizer on lawns and shrubs can promote sustainable growth, while reducing the environmental impact of traditional fertilizers.
IRON —THE NEW BIG DEAL IN ORGANIC FERTILIZATION
Modern agriculture recognizes iron as an essential micronutrient for plant growth and productivity and is added to fertilizers in the form of iron chelates. Iron plays an important role in the formation of chlorophyll, which is critical for photosynthesis, and iron deficiency can occur in plants due to soil conditions, which can be addressed through iron fertilization. Here at Spokane Spray and Lawn Maintenance, our team of professionals has identified iron to be pivotal during early spring fertilization application.
UNCOVER THE SECRETS OF YOUR SOIL
Our Soil testing services are designed to help every homeowner, farmer, and landscaper determine the quality and health of the soil on their property. This way, we take a sample of the soil and analyze it using up-to-date tech equipment for various factors, such as nutrient levels, pH balance, and the presence of harmful contaminants.
WHAT WE RECOMMEND
Because we understand there are different soil and lawn needs, we recommend that you take advantage of our comprehensive program and top-notch year-round applications for healthy lawn maintenance. If you need to execute fewer feedings, we will work within your budget, but we don’t encourage it because doing so each season is necessary to fulfill the full potential of your lawn. Reducing treatments over the summer will probably encourage disease in your lawn, especially if you have clay-based soil or thick thatch. Many lawn illnesses are caused by a shortage of nitrogen. Although it is advised that you utilize the entire program for the best outcomes, we will work with you to find services that fit within your spending limit.
Call Us for a free estimate and consultation
There might be times you feel like carrying out a spray and lawn maintenance service by yourself but without comprehensive skill or knowledge about the exercise. Don’t worry, we also offer a free estimate and consultation service where we provide you with ample information that will help you achieve proper lawn care and management.
Our lawn maintenance service is committed to providing you with the highest quality service and ensuring your complete satisfaction. We guarantee that our team will arrive on time, treat your property with respect, and deliver exceptional results every time. If for any reason you are not completely satisfied with our service, we will work with you to make it right. Your satisfaction is our top priority, and we stand behind our work with a 100% satisfaction guarantee.
Early Spring Fertilization
Early spring fertilizers are usually done in early spring around March, typically to promote early growth and development in plants and lawns. These fertilizers are usually high in nitrogen, which is the primary nutrient needed for plant growth and development. When choosing an early spring fertilizer, you must consider your soil and plant’s specific needs and follow the manufacturer’s instructions for application rates and timing —all of which we will help you with.
Usually done in April, Spring pre-emergent is a herbicide application on lawns and gardens to prevent the germination of weed seeds. It works by forming a barrier in the soil that inhibits the growth of weed seeds, without harming established plants.
Late Spring Weed & Feed
With this application, calculated measures are used in controlling weed during the late Spring season after the first flush of spring growth has subsided and before the heat of summer sets in.
This fertilization application is an important part of lawn care that helps to maintain healthy growth and vibrant green color throughout the growing season. During the summer, lawns and plants need a steady supply of nutrients to thrive, especially during periods of heat and drought.
Merit Grub Control
Merit grub control is a type of insecticide that is used to control grubs in lawns and gardens. Grubs are the larvae of various types of beetles, such as Japanese beetles and June beetles, and can cause significant damage to lawns by feeding on the roots of grasses and other plants. Our method takes into consideration the danger that overuse of insecticides can have on the lawn environment and how this can greatly harm beneficial insects, such as bees and butterflies. Hence, ours is supplemented to suit effective control measures as needed.
Late Summer Weed & Feed
Late summer weed & feed is a type of lawn fertilizer that also contains herbicides to control weeds. It is typically applied in late summer when temperatures begin to cool down and lawns start to recover from the stress of summer.
Fall fertilization is a critical aspect of lawn care that helps to maintain healthy grass throughout the winter and promote growth in the spring. During the fall, lawns are in a stage of active growth and require essential nutrients to build up root reserves for the winter.
Fall aeration is an important lawn care practice that involves perforating the soil with small holes to allow air, water, and nutrients to penetrate the grass roots more easily. Fall is an ideal time for aeration, as it allows the lawn to recover from summer stress and build up root reserves for the winter. But care must be taken to avoid over-aerating the lawn, as this can damage the grass and create more problems than it solves.
Early Winter Fertilization / Winterizer
Early winter fertilization, also known as winterizer, is a type of lawn fertilizer that is applied in late fall before the onset of winter. We have designed this package to provide lawns with the nutrients they need to survive the winter and promote healthy growth in the spring. Through an overarching method, our winterizer approach also accommodates mowing, watering, and pest control.