If you use a product called Tupersan you can seed into this pre-emergent and it will not kill your grass we use it on golf courses all the time. Plus you can get it with a starter fertilizer attached. Try Lesco you should be able to get it there.
Lol, Ok I kept my mouth shut for as long as I possibly could. I'm a landscape designer at Perrficut and was just curious to see what everyone had to say about all the companies. Didn't read anything bad about Perficut so that's a plus! I'm not gonna push Perficut on you because there are a lot of companies out there that are very good at what they do. I will just tell you what I tell everyone. If you get multiple quotes and a couple are surprisingly lower, they are that way for a reason. You get what you pay for, which I'm sure you already knew. I've worked at Perficut for a couple of months now and I can promise that they do everything the "right way." They are also really big on customer service. And from what I have seen as far as bidding they are fairly competitive on pricing. Once again, not trying to push you any direction just telling you what i know. Let me know if you have any questions about anything.
Now that MBB is back, do we still have to pretend that WBB matters?
I've heard the same...Perficut does a nice job and is competitive. I'm comparing both things - price and service. Hence why I asked all I contacted to give me 2 quotes, one that I gave specifics on and the other was their recommendation. I want to compare prices and who is going to try to oversell me.
As for my earlier mention of Earl May...I believe they base their 4, 5 or 6 step program off of Scott's step-by-step program. A local (Iowa) company and very helpful. I have no business interest in Earl May...I have just had really good experiences with them.
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