1. Early Spring-Dormant Oil
Horticulture oil is applied to control scale and the
overwintering stage of many insects. The surfactant action
of the oil provides an early start to effective insect control..
2. Spring- Root Zone Fertilization
A balanced blend of fertilizers is injected into the root zone,
giving your plants a needed wake-up from winter and a
nutrient boost to enhance top growth and overall health of
the plant. This will provide the plant with enough nutrients
to last throughout the entire growing season.
3. Late Spring—Insect and Disease Treatment
Spring application is made to plant foliage for control of
insects such as the Japanese Beetle (adult grub), Pine Sawfly,
Tent Caterpillar, Cankerworm, Aphid, Scale, Mite, Leaf Miner, Leaf
Beetle and Sod Webworm. Diseases
controlled include anthracnose, rust, apple scab, leaf spot,
powdery mildew, etc.
4. Summer—Insect and disease Treatment
A second application of insect and disease control is applied
for those difficult diseases and to continue to fight insects.
It also protects plant foliage from any new insects and
diseases that may become active with changes in weather.
5. Late Summer/ Early Fall—Insect and Disease Control
A spray application of insect and disease control to combat
persistent diseases and late-season insects such as fall
webworms, bagworms, and mites.
6. Fall-Root Zone Fertilization
A balanced blend of fertilizers is injected into the root zone
to encourage root growth, winter food storage and healthier
growth in the spring.