How often should TruGreen come out?

Depending on your plan, the typical schedule for applications is every 4-6 weeks.

How often does TruGreen fertilize?

Fertilization is performed once in the spring and once in the fall and may be performed at the same time as our foliar and bark protections (insect & disease control) visits, which are normally spaced out every 4-6 weeks, based on pest and disease activity.

Should I water my grass after TruGreen?

Should I water my lawn before or after an application? For best results, your lawn should be watered after an application. If it hasn’t rained 24 hours after an application, give your yard a soak.

Should you cut grass before TruGreen?

You should wait to mow for 24 to 48 hours post treatment. This is because it takes at least 24 hours for broadleaf weed control to translocate throughout the vascular system of the plant. If you cut the grass too soon, you’re not letting the herbicide get into the plant.

How long do you have to wait to mow after TruGreen treatment?

You should wait to mow for 24 to 48 hours post treatment. This is because it takes at least 24 hours for broadleaf weed control to translocate throughout the vascular system of the plant. If you cut the grass too soon, you’re not letting the herbicide get into the plant.

Should I fertilize before or after mowing?

Ideally, you’ll want to mow and rake before fertilizing, so that excess lawn waste is removed and the fertilizer will have an easier time reaching the soil. Aerating your soil before fertilizing can also help; the best times to aerate are when your grass is actively growing, such as in spring or early fall.

Can I fertilize my lawn after it rains?

Tips for Applying Fertilizer After a Rainfall – It is best to wait a day or so after a rain before applying fertilizer. At this time, any pools of water will be gone, but the ground will still have moisture in it. Do not apply fertilizer on grass blades that are still wet.

Should you fertilize before rain?

Using Fertilizer Before Rain – It’s fine to spread your fertilizer before it rains as long as it’s more mild or light conditions. Of course, water is important for plant growth and is similarly important to helping the fertilizer’s nutrients break down and get absorbed through the roots.

What happens if I mow after fertilizing?

Nitrogen, phosphorus, and potassium take time to absorb into your soil. Doing anything too drastic on your lawn, such as cutting your grass, will disrupt this process. We always suggest to our clients that they wait 24 to 48 hours before mowing their lawn after fertilization.

How do I contact TruGreen?

(800) 458-4186

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How do I cancel my TruGreen?

  1. Call 1-844-675-1202.
  2. Request to have your membership canceled.
  3. Provide your account information.
  4. Ask for a confirmation number or email. In case things go sideways, it is good to have proof of your request.

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