Weed Control Edmonton

Weed Control

We understands your frustration with weeds. You have tried picking, spraying and popping them out only to have the weeds grow back. Along with our professional quality fertilizer, Weed Patrol Lawn Care uses a commercial grade weed control to treat dandelions, chickweed, clover and thistle on your lawn.

We have the training, certification and licensing to know what strength, how much and what type of weed control to apply to the weeds in your yard.

It can be very confusing to a homeowner to know which type of weed killer to use, when to apply it and how to mix the herbicide properly. Quack grass, for example, cannot be treated by the same weed control used to treat dandelion, thistles, chickweed and clover.

As of January 1st, 2010 premixed weed and feed was no longer available to homeowners in the province of Alberta. Let our trained and licensed technicians do the work for you using commercial products now only available to the professionals in the lawn care industry. Alberta Environment requires lawn care technicians to take several courses every year to know how much weed control to apply to achieve maximum results with minimum compromise to the environment.

We use products that are only available to the professionals and not the homeowner.

We have 30 years of experience killing weeds in the Edmonton, Sherwood Park, St. Albert and Beaumont area. We are a local company so we understand what products work best for our unpredictable weather conditions. We apply the right products for the right weather at the right time.

As part of our approach, we use an IPM (Integrated Pest Management) approach, whereby if a herbicide is not needed, it is not used.

Weed control cannot prevent weeds from growing. Weed control must be applied directly to the leaves of the weed to be effective-that is why picking them is not a good idea-we must wait for the weed to regrow before we can effectively kill it.

And with Weed Patrol Lawn Care you can be assured we do not water down our weed control but spray the appropriate strength to keep you lawn weed free the whole season long.