Try Kut and Kill's 5 Step Fertilization Process
For the greenest grass in Sioux Falls, SD
Wondering why your grass just won't grow or turn that beautiful shade of green that it was when the sod was first laid? Fertilizer may be your answer. Everyone has a different plan of action when it comes to fertilization because every type of grass and every environment is different. We will send someone out to your home, evaluate your situation and put together the proper plan to have your grass growing thicker and greener in no time!
5-STEP PROGRAM - FERTILIZER & WEED CONTROL
100% Satisfaction Guaranteed*
Annual program begins mid-April through May (depending on weather conditions)
After initial treatment, each application is spaced out every 35-40 days for optimal results
Step 1: Early Spring - Fertilizer, Pre-Emergent, and Weed Control
Step 2: Late Spring - Fertilizer and Weed Control
Step 3: Early Summer - Fertilizer and Weed Control
Step 4: Late Summer - Fertilizer and Weed Control
Step 5: Fall - Fertilizer w/Winterizer and Weed Control
Granular fertilizer is broadcasted across your lawn to ensure all areas receive proper nutrients
Liquid weed control is applied in a blanket application protecting your entire lawn
*We stand by our guarantee, if you have any issues or concerns with your lawn we will send out one of our lawn professionals right away at no cost to you
3-STEP PROGRAM - WEED CONTROL ONLY
Our weed control product is a selective herbicide in liquid form designed to kill off unwanted weeds, leaving grasses to strive. We apply our product across the entire surface of your lawn as a blanket application.
Step 1: Spring Weed Control
Step 2: Summer Weed Control
Step 3: Fall Weed Control
ROUND-UP - VEGETATION CONTROL
Intended as a one-time application
Overgrown landscape beds
Seams or cracks in concrete driveways, sidewalks, and patios
Blanket application or hand/spot spraying
Tips and tricks to get the most out of your fertilization
Test the soil
It is important to test the soil for nutrients, pH and other minerals or organic matter. This will give you a better idea of what kind of fertilizer to use and how often to treat the lawn.
Is it the right time of the year?
Make sure you are in the right season to get the most out of your fertilization. Especially in the northern and mid western part of the country our warmer months can be limited. Make sure you watch this closely so that you don't waste time or money.
Don't overload on the nitrogen
While a test may indicate that your lawn needs nitrogen be hesitant to start dumping it on. Studies have shown that two-thirds of high-nitrogen products actually run off without even affecting the grass. This can be a waste of time and resources. Worst case scenario you can even burn your lawn!