For 40 years, Weed Man Lawn Care Defiance, OH has strived to create outdoor yards and landscapes that you call home. Our integrated services provide you with a peace of mind that allows you to unwind in the comfort of your yard, knowing that you’ve created a safe and healthy environment for entertaining your neighbors, playing catch with your kids or letting your pets romp carefree through the grass. Our professional lawn care services also result in increased property values, a must in today’s economy.
We know lawn care and we tailor our programs uniquely for your lawn. Our lawn care program includes fertilization – with our exclusive blend of fertilizers – weed/insect/disease management as well as aeration and seeding. We guarantee our services. To find out more about any of our services, click below or call your local Weed Man professional today for a custom lawn analysis and a program designed to keep your lawn healthy and vigorous.
Lawns require fertilizer to maintain health and vigor. Weed Man Defiance, OH uses proprietary fertilizers to make your Ohio lawns thick and healthy. Give your lawn the healthy prescription it needs to weather the elements.
Every year, surface-feeding insects cause severe damage to lawns because of lack of identification and improper control practices. Protect your lawn from damaging insects through a properly supervised Weed Man program designed to reduce infestations.
Weeds compete with desirable lawn grasses for water, space, light and nutrients. They are very aggressive and can easily take over a lawn if not kept in check. Protect your investment with a customized weed control program that will help eliminate unsightly broadleaf weeds.
Products designed to help your lawn thrive won’t be fully realized unless your yard has the ability to absorb the nutrients. Core aeration reduces your lawn's thatch layer to promote good root health as well as to let the water, air and nutrients reach the areas that need it most.
If your lawn, or even your neighbor’s lawn, has experienced a recent grub infestation, a preventive grub control treatment is highly recommended. A preventive program provides season-long control of grub populations - that’s five to seven months of protection.
Nothing wreaks havoc on your lawn like an army of grubs. The signs may be subtle - Japanese beetles flying, a few brown patches and suddenly your lawn appears to die right in front of your eyes. Grubs have invaded, eating your lawn's roots; leaving it vulnerable.
For unknown reasons, unrecognizable species may invade your lawn. Exotic plant materials introduced by other plants or overabundantly growing native species can make your lawn unsightly. Rely on your Weed Man professional to control undesirable vegetation.
Crabgrass is a troublesome weed grass that annually infests lawns across the country turning thick, lush, green lawns into thin, weak, patchy lawns. Because there are many different weed grasses, it’s critical that crabgrass be correctly identified.
Even a well-maintained lawn can benefit from a seeding program. Bare spots caused by drought or other circumstances can leave your lawn showing signs of stress. Let Weed Man strengthen your lawn with high quality grass seed to help replenish bare or damaged areas.
Varmints, like moles, can devastate the beauty of your lawn as they dig, tunnel and ravage your lawn in search of food. If you notice slabs of turf pulled back or soft spots that sink as you walk over your lawn, it’s a good idea to call your local Weed Man professional.
The best way to prevent disease is to keep your lawn healthy through proper watering, mowing at the correct height and through regular fertilization. Despite your best efforts, however, disease can find a way to creep into your lawn in the form of brown patches and circles.
Over time, your lawn’s soil can become tired and unfertile. Weed Man’s topdressing program - a fortified mix of topsoil, compost and other micro-nutrients - is designed to reintroduce beneficial nutrients to restore the health of your lawn’s soil.
Nutsedges are often referred to as nutgrass and often resemble grasses. However they are not grasses, but sedges, and can be extremely difficult to control.