Helpful Tips

Wetting agents, a soil penetrate specifically designed for use on turf, help make watering more efficient. They help reduce surface tension between soil and water to increase absorption. Used on all varieties of turf, home lawns, golf courses and parks, a wetting agent helps get water to the root system. […]

Wetting Agents

Core Aeration removes plugs (small cores of soil) from the soil, allowing better water penetration to the root zone. Aeration helps loosen hard, compacted soils encouraging root growth. Especially helpful for new lawns suffering from construction compaction and disrupted soils, aeration helps rebuild soil to enhance oxygen and water movement […]

Lawn Aerations

Liqui-Lawn will control lawn damaging insects on an as needed basis. A broad spectrum insecticide controls the most common turf insects in our Colorado lawns. Insect activity usually occurs in the spring with browning or thinning patches that don’t green up or brown out after initial spring growth (see image […]

Insect Control

Liqui-Lawn will treat broadleaf weeds, like dandelions, throughout the growing season at no extra charge when fertilizing the lawn. Proper use of selective herbicides, coupled with good management practices result in the best weed control. The effect of herbicide will only be temporary if the conditions – lack of water, […]

Broadleaf weed control

Crabgrass control is included in Liqui-Lawn’s Early Spring application. A pre-emergent herbicide applied to the lawn prevents successful growth of annual crabgrass. Annual crabgrass requires a sunny location and does not tolerate competition from dense, actively growing turf grass. Keeping the lawn well-watered, correctly mowed at 2 1/2 – 3 […]

Crabgrass Control

Liqui-Lawn offers you a complete and convenient 5 Step Lawn Fertilization program for Spring through Fall. Early Spring: We apply a balanced blend fertilizer with Nitrogen, Phosphorous, Potassium, Sulfur and a non-staining Iron formulation to bring your lawn out of its winter dormancy. A pre-emergent herbicide is applied to control […]

Complete 5 Step Lawn Fertilization Program

Tall fescue is a wide-bladed, spike-tipped grass that many consider a weed in the home lawn. A perennial grass (lives year to year), it is often mis-identified as annual crabgrass. It appears in clumps that may grow more rapidly, and at times taller, than the surrounding turf grass only a […]

Tall Fescue

Thatch buildup is rarely due to grass clippings, but to an accumulation of dead fibrous roots and stems that develop between the green turf grass and the soil. A small amount of thatch, about 1/2 inch, is desirable because it insulates the soil against heat and cold. However, an excess […]


By maintaining a correct cutting height of 2 1/2 – 3 inches, two objectives are accomplished. First, it conserves water needs by shielding and cooling the root soil area. Second, turf is stronger, thicker and healthier because grass blade areas carry on major functions of growth. A taller grass blade […]


Proper watering is a priority! No fertilizer will perform if a lawn is drying out. A lawn should receive  1 – 1 1/2 inches of water per week during the growing season. Determine this by placing a container in the sprinkler’s path and measure the amount of water accumulated in […]