Weed Control & Removal in Texas
We Offer Pre & Post-Emergent Weed Control Services
Part of our standard lawn care service at Perm-O-Green is ongoing weed
control. No matter where you live in Texas, weeds are a major challenge.
Different locales and environments present different weed challenges requiring
different solutions. Generally, Perm-O-Green uses two types of weed control:
Pre-Emergent Weed Control: To prevent seeds from germinating, we apply pre-emergent materials that
target broadleaf weeds, crabgrass, and other grassy weeds. Because pre-emergents
do not prevent the growth of all types of weeds and have limited duration,
applications must be repeated on and off throughout the year. Full program
customers will receive at least three applications.
Post-Emergent Weed Control: For weeds that have already germinated, weed control materials are absorbed
by the weed and translocated throughout the plant, thus killing the entire
weed. The type of post-emergent used will depend on the type of weed we're
Our ongoing weed control program continues throughout the year, from season
to season. Upon every visit to your lawn, we will typically be applying
some type of weed control material to the lawn - either a pre-emergent
or post-emergent. We address weeds each time we're at your home or property.
Types of Weeds Perm-O-Green Can Treat
To ensure your yard is weed-free all year long, the Texas lawn care professionals
at Perm-O-Green treat all types of weeds, and we do so at regular intervals
throughout every season.
Grassy Weeds: Many grassy weeds germinate as the weather warms, however that's not
the only time of the year you'll see them. Others germinate in the
fall. These weeds can be difficult to treat because they are like your
lawn. The most common types of grassy weeds are crabgrass, dallisgrass,
johnsongrass, carpetgrass, bahiagrass, sandburs, stickers, goosegrass,
Broadleaf Weeds: Broadleaf weeds come in three classes, including winter annuals, summer
annuals, and perennials. The broadleaf weeds can germinate at any type
of the year depending on what type of weed they are. The most common types
of broadleaf weeds are thistles, dandelions, wild carrots, wild violets,
chickweeds, docks, dichondras, oxalis, bur clovers, and henbit.
If your lawn has problem areas where weeds have not died after our treatment
applications, call us. We'll come out to evaluate the situation and
re-treat the area, if necessary, at no charge!
To request a free estimate or to schedule a service,
call us at (800) 903-1460.