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The Broccolo IPM Lawn Care Program includes:
Five lawn visits, each including a complete inspection.
We use a combination of granular and liquid slow-release fertilizers based on your turf and soil type.
Broadleaf weed and crabgrass control.
GUARENTEED grub control as needed at no additional cost.
FREE services calls as required.
What is IPM?
Integrated pest management (IPM) involves combining chemical treatments, cultural practices, and biological controls to manage pests to an acceptable level that will not show damage to plants.
Our goal is “to monitor” pest outbreaks before the populations get out of control. Using Cornell Cooperative Extension growing-degree data, we proactively monitor insect activity and target treatments precisely.
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Our 5 visit program is an affordable and scenically proven plan for optimum results. Broccolo uses Cornell University’s recommendations.
Core aeration, either alone or paired with compost topdressing, gives your lawn a lift. By removing plugs of dirt, aeration allows air, water, and nutrients to get to the roots and reduces thatch buildup. Adding compost improves soil structure and drainage.
Compost Top Dressing
Adding a topdressing of pelletized compost improves the effectiveness of lawn aeration even more.
The high-quality organic matter of compost increases microbes that help break down thatch, improves soil structure, and helps absorb water.
If your soil is sandy and you don t need aeration, compost topdressing is just as beneficial for you.
If your turf is thin or a new lawn is needed, we offer lawn renovation in the spring or fall. We slice-seed, which actually cuts through existing turf to plant the seed. In combination with our lawn program it can give your lawn a fresh new look!
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