Kid & Pet Safe

Did you know?

kids and petA study conducted by the Quebec Institute of Public Health showed that 98.7% of the children they tested had lawn care pesticides in their urine.

Which brings up the
obvious question:

What then, is the acceptable level of pesticides in your child’s body?

Services

High Profile Green provides a wide range of lawn care services and products designed to give you a lush, green lawn without resorting to “traditional” EPA registered chemicals.

100% EDIBLE! Each product is created from only edible ingredients and as an extra bonus the majority are derived from agricultural byproducts which aid in supporting farmers.

Residential Packages

 

    • Premium Program
      6 applications of Feed Grade fertilizers, lime (adjusts pH) & core aeration.

 

    • Standard Program
      6 applications Feed Grade fertilizers.

 

    • Basic Program
      5 applications Feed Grade fertilizers.

 

    • Budget Program
      4 applications Feed Grade fertilizers.

 

    • Weed Buster
      3 The Green Guardian/Nature’s Feed applications in combination with our Organic Weed Management process spaced over 3 – 5 weeks. (Targets all weak turf)

 

    • Creeping Charlie Buster
      3 The Green Guardian/Nature’s Feed applications in combination with our Organic Weed Management process and 1 Lime (adjusts pH) spaced over 3 – 5 weeks. (Targets soil where ground ivy flourishes)

 

    • Complete Lawn Renovation
      4 services include Core Aeration, Lime, Alfalfa Fertilizer and 4 varieties of seed. THIS YEAR’S (2011) SNOW MOLD, VOLES AND MOLES SEEM TO BE DOING DAMAGE AND THINNING OUT THE LAWN. LOOK AROUND YOUR LAWN TO SEE IF THIS HAS DONE DAMAGE AND CALL US ASAP!  WE ARE OUT REPAIRING THIS DAMAGE RIGHT NOW BEFORE THE WEEDS HAVE A CHANCE TO TAKE OVER YOUR LAWN.

 

    • Core Aeration
      This service can be done very early spring.  This removes plugs of soil from the ground and the small hole that it creates in the lawn will be filled in by the surrounding soil.  This creates small fractures in the soil around the hole which allows the lawn’s roots to grow deep into the soil using these fractures.  This is key to developing a strong lawn that will aid your lawn in surviving the summer heat.

 

  • Lime
    This service can be done right now.  If your lawn has a low pH you can see it by looking closely at the grass and seeing bare soil areas around a clump of grass.  If you recall the lawn being bumpy last summer it is because the grass clump is the high point and the bare soil next to it is lower than the clump causing this bumpy surface.  This bare area also leaves open soil where weeds tend to grow.  Lime corrects the soil pH so the lawn has the ability to grow into these bare areas and thicken.  If your lawn is too bare, our tech’s will inform you that over seeding is required.

Introducing the FIRST EVER SELECTIVE ORGANIC WEED CONTROL!

All controls are 1 to 2 applications over 30 days unless otherwise noted.  All 2 to 3 application programs are spaced 7 – 10 days apart.

Annuals and Biennials:
Broadleaf
Bedstraw
Birds-eye Speedwell
Black Medic
Brass Buttons
Bur Clover
Buttonweed
Carolina Geranium
Carpetweed
Common Chickweed
Corn Speedwell
Cranesbill
Cudweed
Cut-leaved Evening
Primrose
Daisy Fleabane
Dayflower
Dog Fennel
Field Peppergrass
Filaree
Florida Pusley
Hemp Dogbane  2 to 3
Henbit 2 to 3
Horseweed 2 to 3
Knawel
Knotweed
Lambsquarters
Lawn Burweed
Low Hop Clover
Milk Thistle 2 to 3
Mouse-ear Cress
Nodding Spurge
Peppergrass
Pigweed 2 to 3
Pineapple Weed
Prickly Lettuce 2 to 3
Prickly Pear 2 to 3
Prickly Sida
Prostrate Pigweed
Puncture Vine 2 to 3
Purslane
Purslane Speedwell
Rabbit-foot Clover
Ragweed
Scarlet Pimpernel
Shepards Purse
Small Hop Clover
Slender Aster
Slender Aster
Smartweed
Sow Thistle 2 to 3
Spotted Spurge
Star of Bethlehem
Spurweed
Swinecress
Tropical Chickweed
Velvet leaf 2 to 3
Veronica 2 to 3
Virginia Creeper 2 to 3
Whitlow Grass
Bull Thistle 2 to 3
Evening Primrose 2 to 3
Wild Carrot 2 to 3
Yellow Rocket 2 to 3
Perennial Broadleaf:
Alsike
Beggarweed
Bellflower
Betony
Bindweed
Broadleaf Plantain 2 to 3
Buckhorn Plantain 2 to 3
Bulbous Buttercup
Canada Thistle
Centella
Chicory
ChicorCinquefoil
Coast Dandelion 2 to 3
Common Speedwell
Creeping Thyme
Curly Dock
Dandelion 2 to 3
Dichondra
Dollarweed
English Daisy
Field Madder
Ground Ivy 2 to 3
Heal-all
Lespedeza
Matchweed
Mary’s Weed
Moneywort
Matchweed
Mary’s Weed
Moneywort
Mouse-ear Chickweed
Orange Hawkweed
Oxalis
Ox-eye Daisy
Pearlwort
Pennywort
Poison Ivy
Red Clover 2 to 3
Sheep Sorrel
Stitchwort
Thyme-leaf Speedwell
Venus Looking Glass
Wild Violet 2 to 3
White Clover
Yarrow
Yellow Cress
Yellow Hawkweed

Perennials – Quackgrass:
1 treatment every 4 weeks
for 24 weeks will reduce
Concentration by 50 to 75%

Annuals:
2 to 3 applications
over a 3-week time span
Annual Bluegrass
Barnyardgrass
Crowsfootgrass
Egyptian Crabgrass
Fall Panicum
Foxtail Barley
Goosegrass
Green Foxtail
Large Crabgrass
Lovegrass
Sandbur
Signalgrass
Smooth Crabgrass
Stinkgrass
Sudangrass
Torpedograss
Wild Oats
Witchgrass
Yellow Foxtail
Sedges:
3 to 4 applications
over a 30 to 45 day period
Yellow Nutsedge
Purple Nutsedge
Globe Sedge
Texas Sedge
Annual Sedge
Cylindric Sedge
Green Kyllinga
Annual Kyllinga
Rush (not a sedge)

 



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