Professional Weed Control in Huntsville, AL

Weed Killing Services for Alabama’s Green Spaces

As homeowners work to encourage their grass’s healthy growth, their efforts often produce an ideal environment for weeds to grow and thrive as well. Fighting weeds is time-consuming and can feel like you’re caught in a never-ending war against unwanted growth. Pulling them by hand may consume your weekends when you could enjoy family time or relax, and this method might not even resolve your problem. On the other hand, using the right herbicide to eliminate a weed invasion can rid your lawn of dandelions, crabgrass, and more. However, picking the wrong chemicals or techniques could damage your lawn or fail to produce the results you need. Your most effective weed control method is to put it in the hands of lawn care professionals. Lawn Pride of Huntsville provides exceptional weed control services to Alabama property owners. Our lawn care specialists have extensive training to identify the weeds growing in your green spaces and create a timely and long-lasting treatment plan. You can learn more about our weed control services and schedule a visit to your home.

  • Fungicide timeline
  • dead grass

We Can Resolve Any Weed Problem

What weed types are growing in your lawn? Most homeowners notice when they have weeds, but it can be challenging for the average household to identify which specific weed types have invaded their property. Knowing what weeds are growing is essential because different weed species need different weed control methods to resolve their growth. Weeds come in two main categories: broadleaf weeds and grassy weeds. Many forms of broadleaf weeds exist, such as ground ivy, dandelions, and other unwanted plant life. Grassy weeds can blend in with the grass growing on your lawn, so spotting grassy weeds like crabgrass can be difficult. Lawn Pride of Huntsville’s weed control team has the necessary expertise and equipment to combat any type of weed. We’ve listed some common weeds homeowners can find growing in their yards.

  • Spurge
  • Wild violet
  • Chickweed
  • Nutsedge
  • Plantains
  • Thistle
  • Clover
  • Dandelions
  • Ground ivy
  • Crabgrass
  • Goosegrass
  • Dallisgrass
  • Foxtail
  • Coarse fescue
  • Barnyard grass

Pre-emergent and Post-emergent Treatments

You need a two-pronged approach to control the weeds in your lawn effectively. Homeowners must prevent weeds before these invasive plants start to take hold and destroy those weeds that have already started popping up in the grass. Lawn Pride of Huntsville’s weed control services combine pre-emergent and post-emergent weed control methods to control weed growth in your yard. Pre-emergent treatments prevent weed growth before it starts by killing the plants before their seedlings germinate. Post-emergent treatments are often referred to as weed killers, and they stop weeds already growing above ground. Our team uses various preemergent and post-emergent weed treatment types and will tailor our treatments to your specific needs, namely, which weed types have invaded your lawn.

Some Popular Questions About Our Weed Control Services

The weed control world can confuse the average homeowner. By doing some preliminary research, you may find information that seemingly contradicts itself. No two lawns are the same because of their types of grass, geographic locations, and various weed encroachment issues. The most reliable way to find useful information about the weeds in your yard is to discuss your lawn care needs with one of Lawn Pride of Huntsville’s experienced lawn care experts. Below, we’ve answered a few of our customers’ most frequent questions about our weed control services.

How Long Will It Take for My Weeds to Die?

The answer to this question depends on the weed types and variety growing in your lawn. It takes within 10 days for weeds to die off with our specially formulated broadleaf treatments. However, some weeds, such as ground ivy and clovers, will require several applications. If preemergent weed-killing services work as we plan them to, those weeds won’t have a chance to grow in the first place.

How Long Do I Need to Keep Off My Grass After a Treatment?

You must stay off your grass for at least 30 minutes but waiting longer before stepping on it is a good idea. While all Lawn Pride of Huntsville’s weed control treatments are EPA registered, and we apply them following EPA regulations, these treatments irritate your skin and harm you if you ingest them. Industry manufacturers design these products to bond with the foliage, and the sun is the only element that can break them down, which takes around 30 minutes. After a half hour, you can safely let children and pets have fun outside again.

What Other Lawn Care Services Help Fight Weeds?

You can improve your grass’s health and reduce or eliminate weed emergence in your lawn with some basic lawn maintenance techniques. Ensuring your roots stay well-fed by applying regular fertilization treatments is a prime example. Aeration and seeding also effectively leave less room between grass blades to let weeds germinate and spread throughout your yard. Lawn Pride of Huntsville’s special programs, such as our 7-Application Program, can be bundled with all these services to create one ultimate lawn care package.

Request a Free Estimate for Our Weed Control Solutions

Don't waste another weekend on your hands and knees pulling weeds from your yard, and don't endanger your lawn by using the wrong herbicidal treatment. Lawn Pride of Huntsville has spent years helping homeowners get rid of weed growth in their yards. Households trust our team with their lawns every because we produce results well worth their lawn care investments. To start your path to a healthier, weed-free lawn, request a free estimate covering how much weed control will cost.