Whether you need commercial or residential lawn spraying, Mountain View Spraying is the company to call. With over 20 years of experience, we can transform your weed and pest-infested lawn into a lush, healthy oasis.
We offer both traditional and organic lawn spraying services with multiple programs for different budgets and lawn sizes. We have yearly maintenance plans based off the seasons as well as a pre-paid plan that saves you money by allowing you to pre-pay for our services.
Because of our extensive knowledge of lawn care, Mountain View Spraying in Idaho has many lawn care services for our customers.
With your good watering habits and our lawn spraying and pest control programs, you will have a beautiful, healthy and lush lawn you can be proud of for years. Call the experts at Mountain View Spraying to attain a gorgeous yard. We serve multiple locations in Idaho including Twin Falls, Boise, Nampa, Mountain Home and Meridian, ID.
Lawn aeration is the secret weapon in making your lawn healthy. Aeration involves making holes in the lawn either by pushing a rod into it or by "coring", extracting a plug of soil. By aerating your lawn you provide the following benefits to your lawn and its root system:
- Oxygen gets to the roots and the soil allowing it to "breathe"
- Fertilizers and nutrients get access to the root system
- Water is able to better soak the soil and reach the root system
- Helps to break up thatch
- Tight, compacted soil is loosened up allowing the root system to grow
Maintenance of a healthy and attractive landscape involves much more than just keeping plants alive. Even so-called low maintenance landscapes require some regular care. While many homeowners are able to keep their lawn and gardens in top condition without help, there are others who call Mountain View for assistance.
The mulch used on most landscapes will last a year or more until it decays enough that it must be replaced. In most cases re-mulching will require only about half of the mulch that was used on the initial installation. Wood mulches break down into the soil so it is not necessary to remove them prior to adding new mulch. Mulch serves several purposes: helping to keep weeds down, retaining even moisture in planting beds, and maintaining even temperatures in the winter so the freeze and thaw cycle doesn't damage plants.
Weeds should be pulled or sprayed with an herbicide regularly. If not, weeds can compete with ornamental plants for water and nutrients, and they are unsightly. Many weeds can be pulled by hand while they are young with the additional advantage that they won't go to seed and spread. Once a weed is established they can become difficult to pull so the most practical option might be an herbicide such as Roundup. Roundup is relatively safe to use. Leaves that are sprayed will kill almost every plant, with the exception of some hard-to-kill plants such as ivy, poison ivy, and brambles such as blackberries.
During this time, we fertilize (humic acid) your lawn and start our pre-emergent service controls the spread of wild grasses including tall fescue and crabgrass. If you currently have a wild grass infestation, gaining control over them could take time.
During this time, we fertilize (humic acid) your lawn and start our broadleaf control service. Broadleaf weeds are typically easy to identify because they look different from grasses. The dandelion is an example of a broadleaf weed. The cooler temperatures make it easier to eliminate weeds because hotter temperatures increase the chance of burning your lawn.
Our insecticide eliminates grubs, sod webworms and the billbug. These bugs damage your grass and are best controlled during the summer months.
Insecticide is typically sprayed once more during the summer months to maintain the control over insects that has been established and ensure your lawn maintains a healthy appearance.
Another application is applied to ensure control over broadleaf weeds has been established. Cooler temperatures aid in this process.
This is the last application before winter to prep for the coming cold weather and ensure proper PH levels in the soil.
Twin Falls, ID
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