Schedule Updates

February 2023

Irrigation Start Ups
We will be scheduling Irrigation Start Ups starting in March. Please give the office a call at 913-829-6135 to get on the schedule.


Turf Maintenance
Round 1

Granular Fertilizer & Pre-Emergent
Provides essential nutrients designed to wake the grass plant and slowly feed it through spring. There is also a pre-emergent herbicide which is the first stage to grassy weed control.

If you are interested in starting your personalized turf health plan please give us a call.


Plant Health Care
This application is a dormant oil to be applied in February/March. This is applied to Evergreens (except Blue Spruce/Junipers), Magnolia, Euonymus, Burning Bush, Boxwoods, Yews, Hollies, Crabapple, etc.

This will target pests that overwinter in the bark or trunks. These include Scale, Aphids, White Flies, and Disease Spores.


Mowing Service
If you’re interested in mowing services for 2023 please contact the office at (913) 829-6135 to discuss your needs and pricing.


Top seed varieties- 2009

Here are the 27 highest ranked fescue cultivars for the midwest as rated by K-state over the last 5 years :
2nd Millenium, Apache III, Avenger, Biltmore, Blackwatch, Cayenne, Cochise III, Dynasty, Escalade, Falcon IV, Fidelity, Finelawn Elite, Forte, Guardian 21, Inferno, Justice, Kalahari, Matador, Padre, Picasso, Regiment II, Rembrandt, Tar Heel, Titanium, Ultimate, Watchdog, & Wolfpack

Several cool season grasses are grown in Kansas, these include mostly bluegrass & fescue cultivars.

Though bluegrass is readily planted in this area, it has been proven that fescue is the best suited to

our climates & soil. We recommend fescue solely on the fact that it holds up better to the heat of the summer, and

 provides better disease resistence than bluegrass. In the past, fescue was thought to be a thick, un-sightly plant.
Those were the days when K-31 was the most frequently used fescue seed. Today, there are many new cultivars that
provide improved color, density, & much finer leaf texture. Fescue seed’s appearance has come such a long way that
it’s often hard to distinguish it from the historically finer bluegrass plant.
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