THOMPSON LAWN & LANDSCAPE

Lawn Fertilization 

Locally Owned & Operated Since 2002

(603) 355-3579   

Keene, NH




Residential Six Step Lawn Care Program 

Relax, Let Us Give You A Healthier, Thicker, Greener Lawn Without All The Hassle Or The Work!


Our Residential Six Step Lawn Care Program

We designed our six step lawn fertilization program specifically for the soil conditions in the greater Cheshire County area. Our comprehensive six step lawn fertilization program consist of four properly timed premium slow release granular fertilizer treatments throughout the year which provide essential key nutrients to help your lawn grow and keep weeds from taking over.  Pre-emergent crabgrass preventative herbicide is included and is applied in the spring because the best defense against crabgrass is to stop it from sprouting.  


Broad leaf weed control is included and is applied in liquid form as a spot spray to help clear out unsightly and difficult weeds like dandelions, clover and ground ivy as needed.  


Grub preventative treatment is applied to protect your lawn from these sub surface invaders.  Typically this important treatment is applied in early summer.  However, with the increased warm and dry conditions we have been experiencing it has been challenging to get this treatment applied and watered in to begin to work effectively.  This is why we have researched are options and we will now be using a product called acelepryn which is a environmentally sensitive grub preventative that is applied in the spring and is also a BEE FRIENDLY product.  


Pelletized lime treatment is typically applied in the fall but can be done basically anytime through out the growing season to help maintain a proper lawn soil pH value. 


Our Residential Six Step Program Features:

4 Premium Fertilizer Treatments (Includes: spring pre-emergent crabgrass preventative & broad leaf weed control as needed)

1 Preventative Grub Treatment ​(Prevents destructive grubs from destroying your lawn) 

1 Annual Lime Treatment ​(Helps maintain proper soil pH)

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The Grub

You may have uninvited guests in your lawn and not even know it. When left untreated these uninvited guests known as white grubs can severely destroy a lawn in a short amount of time. White grubs are found below the thatch layer in the soil and feed on your lawns grass roots. These turf destroying insects are the larvae of several bothersome beetles known in are area as the Japanese Beetle, European Chafer and the Oriental Beetle. To protect your lawn from these sub surface intruders, we apply a special grub preventative in the summer to give them the boot.



What our customers are saying

I would highly use Thompson Lawn & Landscape, they go above and beyond.  Professional, courteous and reliable. When I hired Tracy he tested my soil and found out what was wrong.

Robin Smith  Keene, NH

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