Eisentraut
Lawn Care Services

Fertilization, Weed Control,  Core Aeration, and More!

Offering professional lawn care services to Sheboygan county since 2007.

At Eisentraut Lawn Care, we make your lawn beautiful. It’s what we do. Our lawn care program consists of regularly scheduled fertilizer and weed control applications to keep your lawn thick, lush, and weed-free. Whether it’s residential, or commercial, we can help.

Pre-emergent crabgrass control is applied in spring with 100% slow release fertilizer. Next is a broadleaf weed control treatment to kill your dandelions, clover, thistle, ect. An optional preventive grub control application can be applied in June to neutralize any grub issues you may have. In Summer we apply a slow release fertilizer application. Then, we do the liquid weed control in the fall. To prepare your lawn for the rough Wisconsin winters, a winterizer is applied at the end of the season. In addition, during each treatment, Eisentraut Lawn Care will evaluate your lawn for weeds, insects, and disease.

Fully licensed and insured, we are locally owned and operated in Howards Grove, Wisconsin. This allows us to provide quality lawn care service to Sheboygan, Sheboygan Falls, Kohler, Howards Grove, and the surrounding areas. Take the first step towards having that beautiful lawn you’ve always dreamed of by contacting us today.

Lawn Care Services

Fertilizing and Weed Control

Crabgrass treatment, early spring fertilizer, spring weed control, summer fertilizer, fall broadleaf control, and winterizer application will keep your lawn looking good and green year-round.

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Lawn Aeration

Lawn aeration thins out the thatch. This allows your lawn to breathe, receive nutrients, and thicken up. We recommend this service in the spring and fall.

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Grub Control

Keeping the grubs from killing your grass is a specialty. If you have them, we’ll find and eliminate these pests.

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Ant Control

Ant hills smother the surrounding grass and make the yard look uneven. Don’t let them take over your lawn! Get an ant control treatment today.

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Frequently Asked Questions

How many times a year will you treat my lawn?

Our yearly program consists of 6 applications with the first 2 applications being applied at the same time.

Do you offer lawn care services in my city?

We service most of Sheboygan County and also Kiel and Cleveland.

How soon can my pet walk on the lawn?

As soon as it is dry.

How long do you guarantee your ant control treatments for?

We guarantee each treatment for 6 weeks, we recommend doing 2 treatments for the year.

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Got Weeds In Your Yard?

Lawn Care Tips

Check Soil Health

 Spring is an excellent time to check soil health. If your lawn is compacted, have us aerate it. The holes created by the aerator allow air and water to reach roots and fertilizers to settle in.

Fertilization

Fertilizing lawns helps build dense turf that crowds out most weeds. Thin grass and bare spots invite weed seeds to sprout and take hold. Call us to set up a program for your lawn and make your lawn beautiful.

Proper Watering

Proper watering is key. Set your sprinkler system to provide a thorough watering about once a week. If rainfall hasn’t been adequate, set it for 1/2 to 1 inch of water each time. Apply water slowly, so it sinks in rather than running off. This technique encourages plants to grow deep roots that are more drought-tolerant than shallow roots. Allowing grass and soil to dry between waterings also minimizes disease, since most are caused by fungi that need moisture to spread.

Let It Grow First

Allow grass to get a strong head start before you begin mowing, reaching a height of 3 or 4 inches, depending on the type of grass. Use a mulching mower and leave grass clippings on the lawn where they’ll break down and recycle the nutrients they contain. Then, plan to mow frequently enough so that you remove no more than one-third the grass blades each time you mow

Test Your Soil

Test your soil to determine its nutrient levels and acidity/alkalinity (pH) level so you know what to add. All soils benefit from the addition of organic matter, such as compost. Spreading a thin layer over your entire lawn will enhance your soil’s ecosystem, which in turn will support healthy grasses. Also, if your soil pH is too acidic, apply lime to raise the pH or “sweeten” it; use sulfur to lower the pH of alkaline soil.