Your Grass & Your Soil
Ryno Lawn Care checks your specific grass type and soil, to customize your weed control solution for best results.
After a year with our lawn fertilization and soil solutions, you will be amazed at how your lawn looks.
Get Rid of Weeds Without the Hassle
The key to weed control is applying the proper fertilizer at the correct time of year.
Pre-emergent herbicides: These work to destroy weeds before they bud from the soil, therefore should be applied as early in the season as possible, before weed growth begins.
Post-emergent herbicides: These work to destroy weeds after the weed has grown out of the soil, so should be applied when weeds become visible.
Applying fertilizer in North Texas is generally done throughout the year, with the spring and fall being the main time frames. Good months for the first application are March or April, during the height of growing season, or mid-spring.
Early fall, such as September and October, makes a good time for the last application. Times of extreme heat or cold should be avoided when applying fertilizers, especially during winter frosts and hot summer mid-afternoons.
Deviations of these rules are to be expected, according to the variance in grass species, location, and climate.
Coppell Weed Control
Weed control is about staying on top of the problem before it starts.
- Regular lawn mowing with high blades really helps the grass roots and eliminates weeds.
- Water less often but still enough to not dry out the soil too much.
- And regular lawn fertilization, 4-8 times per year.
Ryno Lawn Care helps with 1 and 3. We guarantee the greenest lawn on the block without weeds when you use our lawn fertilization program. Contact us today to get started.
What Our Customers Say
“I have been using Ryno Lawn Care for 3 yrs now and I am very pleased my yard looks great and they are dependable”
-Vickie B, :: Coppell, TX
“Consistently great service and love that I can schedule and contact through an online portal. Price is great. Been with them for about a year and plan on staying.”
-Peter V, ::N. Texas