Gentry Lawn Care | 215 The Green Way, Tool, TX 75143
Kemp, TX 75143
Kemp, TX 75143
Making Your Neighborhood More Beautiful!
Making Your Neighborhood
Gun Barrel, Texas areas – Lawn Care
Homeowners want a beautiful, healthy, more weed-free lawn. Gentry Lawn Care is a professional lawn care
company servicing Kemp, Texas that provides weed control, fertilization, and many lawn care optional services to
the Cedar Creek Lake and Richland Chambers Lake areas around Tool, Texas. Part of our job is to educate you
on how you can care for your lawn to compliment our services, such as how to properly water your lawn, and
mowing your lawn correctly.
The best defense against weeds is always a thick, healthy, well fertilized turf. Our custom granular fertilizers
expertly applied will green up your lawn green, and help keep it thick and healthy. Our professional lawn care
programs are designed to provide the perfect blend of nutrients at the proper time to deliver a thick and growing
turf that will choke out many undesirable weeds.
Many weeds are best controlled with a pre-emergent herbicide applied before the weeds germinate. In Kemp,
Texas, summer annual weeds such as crabgrass can be prevented with an early spring liquid pre-emergent
applied with our Round 1 Treatment. Winter annual weeds are stopped with our last treatment of the season—the
Late Fall Weed Control Treatment. In between these two liquid treatments, we spray post-emergent weed-control
products to control existing weeds that pop up during the growing season. Depending upon your lawn care
program choice, you’ll receive from one to five regular treatments of post-emergent weed control during the middle
part of the growing season.
While pre-emergent products are good, they are not 100% effective. With different weather and environmental
conditions in Kemp, Texas, you may have some weeds still appear. These will need to be spot-treated with special
post-emergent herbicides. Many broadleaf weeds and nutsedge cannot be prevented with a pre-emergent
herbicide, so they need to be sprayed as they come up during the growing season, usually on a spot-treatment