Achieve a Lush, Healthy Lawn
Begin your journey to creating better lawns with our complete line of products, from seeding to maintenance. We have everything you need to convert a tired, old lawn to a vibrant landscape. Our lawn care specialists are constantly seeking new and effective solutions for simple and affordable lawn management. Through each season of the year, Aquarius Supply has the best products to create the best quality lawn.
3:29 minPaul James, The Gardener Guy, shows you how to keep your existing lawn healthy, season after season
1:02 minNIMITZ® Pro G is a novel nematicide developed globally by ADAMA. It is the first new chemical nematicide to be developed in more than 20 years. No other plant protection product in the world has the same mode of action or ability to deliver a higher level of efficacy from a single nematicide application program.
0:42 minRecognizing the need for simple and economical tree care solutions, BRANDT® introduced a new, lower pressure tree injection device called BRANDT® enTREE®. It was designed to gently disperse chemistries into the tree’s vascular system and comes packaged as a pre-filled, ready-to-use application. There is no measuring, no mixing and no spraying required. BRANDT enTREE® is helping treat ash trees all across the nation.
2:28 minAn introduction to the Turface line of infield, turf maintenance and mound products.
Nufarm CeleroCelero® Herbicide is a selective, post-emergence herbicide for control of sedges including kyllinga in established residential and commercial turfgrass, golf courses and sod farms. Imazosulfuron, the active ingredient in Celero, is a systemic sulfonylurea (SU) herbicide that translocates down to the roots to deliver superior sedge control. Labeled for both broadcast and spot treatment in cool- and warm-season turf, Celero is the ideal solution for difficult-to-manage sedges.
Healthy Grow 10-3-2 with Holganix GranularHealthy Grow® 10-3-2 infused with Holganix® is an organic-based blend of nutrients and beneficial non-plant food ingredients that naturally enhances any soil environment and promotes turf and plant quality.
Frequently Asked Questions
How much water does a lawn require?
Lawns need 1 to 1-1/2" (3-4cm) of water weekly. To determine the need for supplemental water, look for these telltale signs of oncoming drought stress:
- Areas of the lawn especially near concrete or asphalt (sidewalks and driveways), under large trees and on slopes, take on a dark, silvery or smoky blue-green haze. In extreme cases the lawn appears yellowish.
- Footprints or lawnmower wheel marks don't spring back shortly after they are made.
If your lawn shows symptoms of drought, water it immediately regardless of the time of day. Under normal circumstances, early morning is the best time to water your lawn so that the leaves can dry slowly and naturally without too much evaporation, and instead with most of the water penetrating the soil. Regular, fairly deep watering is better than daily light sprinklings. Deep watering and allowing the lawn to dry out between watering will force the roots to penetrate deeper in search of moisture.
Who registers pesticides in the US?
EPA and state departments (usually the State Department of Agriculture) register or license pesticides for use in the United States. EPA receives its authority to register pesticides under the Federal Insecticide, Fungicide, and Rodenticide Act (FIFRA). States are authorized to regulate pesticides under FIFRA and under state pesticide laws. States may place more restrictive requirements on pesticides than EPA. Pesticides must be registered both by EPA and the state before distribution. The United States has one of the most stringent pesticide regulatory systems in the world.
The safety and effectiveness of each product is thoroughly evaluated by agency toxicologists to ensure products meet strict safety standards. In most cases, pesticides are subject to more testing than pharmaceutical drugs. Professional applicators are highly trained and adhere to all state regulations concerning pesticide use.
Where can I find additional information regarding pesticides?
U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Office of Pesticide Programs [Division Mail Code] Ariel Rios Building 1200 Pennsylvania Ave. NW Washington, D.C. 20460 Website http://www.epa.gov/pesticides 2,4-D Task Force Information Hotline 1(800) 345-5109 www.24d.org Professional Lawn Care Association of America 1(800) 458-3466 www.plcaa.org. Aquarius Supply professionals are available to answer any questions that you may have about the products or services that are used to help promote and protect a healthy lawn.
Do I need weed control?
Weeds compete with desirable lawn grasses for water, space, light and nutrients. They are very aggressive and can take over a lawn if not kept in check. It is when this type of imbalance occurs that many customers request help from Aquarius Supply Professionals. Before this happens, a preventive approach to controlling weeds is recommended. It includes regular fertilization, proper mowing and correct watering practices. Weeds can also be controlled through digging or hand pulling. This method is much more labour intensive and is not always effective since many weeds can reproduce through vegetative parts if they are not entirely dug out.
Is fertilizer Important?
Lawns require fertilizer to maintain health and vigor. A well-fertilized lawn will be better at preventing weed infestation as well as drought and disease. Lawns that are thick and healthy can help the environment by producing oxygen, filtering and enhancing ground water quality, cooling the air during hot weather, trapping and absorbing urban dust and pollution, and providing a safer playing surface. It also helps people feel better about themselves and their surroundings. Aquarius Supply offers our proprietary 24-4-16, 65% Slow Release Granular Fertilizer. Fertilizers must be applied evenly and at the proper rate to prevent burning or leaving stripes on the lawn. Your Aquarius Supply Professional will be happy to help.