Fertilization & Weed Control in Westfield, Watchung, & Warren, NJ | Stream Line Lawn & Landscape
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Fertilization & Weed Control In Somerset & Union County, NJ (Westfield, Watchung, Warren, etc)


Routine fertilization and weed control treatments give your lawn the nutrients it needs for strength and fighting off nuisance weeds.

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Fertilization and weed control treatments for properties in Westfield, NJ and nearby areas.

We offer organic and inorganic lawn care options based on your preferences for your individual property.

Thick, lush lawn in Watchung, NJ.

In order for your grass and soil to stand up against heavy foot traffic, insect infestations, and more, it requires key important nutrients for strength. At Stream Line Lawn & Landscape, we offer fertilization and weed control treatments so your lawn can get those nutrients. If you're looking to reduce chemical usage at your property, we offer organic treatments as well as inorganic treatments.

We service properties in Westfield, Watchung, Warren, and surrounding areas of New Jersey.


When Are the Most Effective Times of the Year for Application of Commonly Used Fertilizers?

For best results, fertilizer should be applied three times a year; in early spring, late spring, and again in late summer. It is most effective to apply the process when the grass is in active growth, and not during the hottest summer months. It’s important to know whether you have cool or warm season grass to decide on a fertilization schedule.

Our team will help determine how often feedings are needed, but it’s important to apply fertilizer in many treatments during periods of active growth to give the grass strength and fullness. Here are the different types of commonly used fertilizers:

  • Organic - contains animal manure, compost, mineral deposits, and other natural ingredients
  • Inorganic/synthetic - made from chemicals
  • Chemical Nitrogenous - converts nitrogen into ammonia to fertilize
  • Phosphate - can be made from organic phosphate or synthetic
  • Potassium - increases potassium content in gardens and fields

There are many types of fertilizers available because plants need treatments designed for their pH levels and nutrient requirements.


Fertilizing New Lawns or Established Lawns Require Different Balances of Nitrogen, Phosphorus, & Potassium

When fertilizing new lawns, it is recommended to use a “starter” product high in phosphorus to boost root formation. Established lawns are usually fed with products that contain more nitrogen than phosphorus, but both new and existing lawns should receive potassium. It’s a tricky balance that our experienced pros can manage for you to yield the best results.


Details About Our Regularly Scheduled Lawn Weed Control

Regularly scheduled lawn weed control and prevention are necessary to ensure your yard can thrive. Weeds take up valuable space in your lawn and landscaping areas, stealing nutrients from your grass and plant life. Our treatments work down to the root to eradicate weeds to give your lawn a consistent look and healthy root system. It’s important to maintain treatments at least every month to prevent certain weeds from establishing deeper, stronger roots.

Organic weed control options that don't use Glysophate (Roundup).

For those homeowners and businesses that prefer to stay organic, we have options for you too! Most industry-standard weed control services rely upon herbicides, which use a chemical base such as Glysophate or Dicamba to kill weeds. With our organic weed control program, we use natural elements to control the weed growth in your lawn. Although organic weed control options take a bit longer to be effective, they are safer on human and pet contact.


Common Weeds in Our Area Include Annual Bluegrass, Annual Ryegrass & Others

Some weed species pop up in yards across the country, but some are more common in our area. We have experience treating lawns in the region for weeds by targeting them before they become overly established. Here are several weeds that are known to grow in the Westfield, Watchung, and Warren, NJ area:

  • Annual bluegrass
  • Annual ryegrass
  • Barnyard grass
  • Black medic
  • Bristly oxtongue
  • Broadleaf dock

Does your yard need fertilization and weed control treatments? Give us a call today.

If your yard in Westfield, Watchung, Warren, or nearby New Jersey areas needs fertilization and weed control treatments, we can help. Give us a call today at (833) 452-9666 to get more information and set up a consultation!