Weeds can become a persistent issue for property owners in Kansas. They steal important nutrients that your grass desperately needs and they can drag down the curb appeal of your property. Because of this, you should always invest in weed control treatments. There are two types of weed control: pre-emergent and post-emergent. Pre-emergent weed control treatments stop weeds from sprouting through the soil. Post-emergent weed control treatments target weeds that have already breached the surface of your lawn. Pre-emergent weed control treatments should be applied in the spring and post-emergent treatments should be applied in the summer to eliminate any weeds that have grown throughout the growing season. The best way to combat pesky weeds is efficient and professional weed control treatments!

Why should you invest in weed control treatments?

Crab grass infecting a whole lawn in Olathe, KS.

Weeds can quickly become a nuisance and can take over your entire property. They will steal nutrients from your grass and can easily drag down the curb appeal of your home or business. Since many property owners put a lot of time, effort, and even money into having a beautiful landscape, professional weed control treatments can save your valuable investment. Weed control will make sure your grass is the only thing growing and receiving essential nutrients throughout the year.

Weed control treatments are effective at eliminating a variety of weeds such as crabgrass, dandelions, chickweed, henbit, and more!

Pre-emergent and post-emergent treatments are the two types of weed control treatments.

To help prevent weeds from invading your property, you need to stop them before they even sprout. This is where pre-emergent weed control comes into play! Pre-emergent treatments help form a barrier on your soil that weeds can not penetrate. This treatment is applied before weeds appear to help combat their development proactively. Pre-emergent weed control treatments make it easier to control the weed population on your lawn by preventing many weeds from sprouting. Post-emergent weed control treatments are used to target already existing weeds on your property. This is a curative approach that eliminates weeds efficiently. When paired together, these treatments provide full coverage to your lawn and will drastically minimize the impact of weeds on your lawn.

When should weed control be applied?

Professional spraying lawn with pre-emergent control in Spring Hill, KS.

To make sure that pre- and post-emergent weed control treatments work as intended, timing is essential. Pre-emergent weed control should be applied in the spring. That's because many weeds will be getting ready to sprout during this time, so you want to get ahead of them before they have the chance to do so. On the other hand, the summer is the ideal time to apply post-emergent weed control treatments. Applying this type of treatment during the summer season will help to get rid of any existing weeds on your lawn. By combining these two types of weed control treatments, you can achieve a weed-free property!

Give us a call to schedule our weed control service.

At Green Again Lawn, we offer our weed control service because we understand how much of a nuisance weeds can be on your property. We offer both pre-emergent and post-emergent weed control treatments that have been proven to be highly effective against pesky weeds! Our weed control treatments are applied in the spring and summer as part of our 6-step fertilization program to ensure your lawn is free of nutrient-stealing weeds and your grass is fed essential nutrients to grow. We offer our service to commercial, residential, and HOA properties in Shawnee, Overland Park, Lenexa, KS, and surrounding areas. Give us a call at (913) 209-3320 to schedule our weed control service for your property today! We look forward to hearing from you soon.