Greetings! Spring is just around the corner. Welcome to Jonathan Green!  Thank you for signing up for our newsletter, and expressing an interest in our feed your lawn, feed your soil program, called the New American Lawn Plan. We are excited to be working with you to achieve a great lawn this year! So d on't forget to include jongreenlawn@gmail.com in your address book to keep receiving helpful tips throughout the year.  
When Should I Apply Crabgrass Preventer?
    Crabgrass - 3 Leaf Stage
It's warm out. Should I apply crabgrass preventer? It depends on your area.  Crabgrass typically germinates when soil temperatures consistently reach 62°. Crabgrass preventer should be applied when soil temperatures reach 50° to 55°. What is your soil temperature? Click  here  to find out. Once your soil temperature is in the correct range, it is important to apply Green-Up plus Crabgrass Preventer. (In fact, simply follow our "New American Lawn" Standard Application Wheel below.)
crabgrass
  Crabgrass - Mature Plant
Green-Up plus Crabgrass Preventer not only provides season-long prevention of crabgrass, but controls crabgrass AFTER it grows - up to the third leaf stage. If you plan to seed this spring, then you must use our  Crabgrass Preventer plus New Seeding Fertilizer in lieu of Green-Up plus Crabgrass Preventer. The former product is especially formulated to allow grass seed to germinate through the crabgrass barrier. Standard crabgrass preventers are unable to make this distinction. 
What Should I Apply and When?
Our easy to follow application wheels will guide you through the entire season! Visit our website to see all of our lawn care products
Understanding the "New American Lawn",
the ULTIMATE Lawn Care System
How To Grow the Lawn of Your Dreams!
Tired of not getting the results from traditional lawn fertilizers? See why the "New American Lawn" is far different from all others on the market! 
To find a "New American Lawn" Authorized Retailer and inquire about money saving offers on it, simply click the Store Locator icon below. 
Winter/Spring
2017