Long Lake MN Lawn Fertilizer and Weed Control Company

Lawn Care Long Lake

We understand that your lawn is more than just grass to you. It’s an extension of your home, a place to play with your kids, a gathering spot for friends and families. That is why we offer our professional lawn care services in Long Lake, to keep your lawn looking it’s best. Your time is incredibly valuable, so Diversified Mosquito and Turf created a convenient, hassle-free lawn care solution guaranteed to keep your lawn healthy, green and weed-free all season long – with no inconvenience to your personal schedule.

Our specially formulated fertilizer is developed especially for the unique needs of Long Lake, MN lawns. Our complete lawn care program is scheduled from early spring to late fall. Our courteous and professional staff is experienced at caring for your property as if it were their own.

Fertilization and Weed Control to Make Your Long Lake Lawn Look its Best

iStock_000017580136XSmallCorrect application times are important in the lawn care business, and only skilled and certified applicators know how to correctly assess and apply the needed eco-friendly fertilizer or herbicides.

Our established and successful Turf Care Program was made to supply your turf with the needed nutrition to generate a healthy root system providing you with a lovely and radiant looking yard.

With there being numerous factors that go into retaining healthy turf grass, we’d like to discuss with you any issues that might be present in your lawn and what we could do to help.

iStock_000003453980XSmallWe also realize that there are different expectations of what traits a lawn ought to have. Diversified will come up with a customized plan that will satisfy your lawn’s individual needs and your specific expectations of what your healthy lawn should look like.

Here’s a thorough description of our proven and successful Long Lake Turf Care Program

(6) Application Turf Fertilization / Crabgrass & Broadleaf Weed Control

We recommend (3-5) applications for consistent growth throughout the growing season.

1st Application (April 5th – May 15th) – Complete fertilizer Pre-emergent crabgrass control

2nd Application (May 1st – July 20th) – Balanced fertilizer broadleaf weed control

3rd Application (July 20th – Aug 25th) – Balanced fertilizer spot spray for weeds

4th Application (Aug 25th – Oct 10th) – Complete fertilizer broadleaf weed control

5th Application (Oct 20th – Nov 15th) – Balanced winterizing fertilizer

6th Application (Optional) (July 10th – Aug 30th) – Lawn & Shrub insect control

iStock_000002110326XSmallRelax and allow us to manage your Long Lake lawn so you’re able to enjoy it for the entire summer. Contact us with any questions you may have.

Our Services are 100% Guaranteed. Call 555.555.5555 today!


Long Lake Minnesota

The City of Long Lake is located in Hennepin County, Minnesota. Based on a 2010 census the population was 1,768. According to the United States Census Bureau, the city has a total area of 0.93 square miles (2.41 km2), of which 0.83 square miles (2.15 km2) is land and 0.10 square miles (0.26 km2) is water. West Wayzata Boulevard (Old Highway 12), now Hennepin County Road 112, and U.S. Highway 12 both serve as the main routes in the community.

The first settlers arrived in Long Lake in early spring 1855.  This early contact in Long Lake did not result in settlement but rather this group of Nova Scotians came down Watertown Road, walked to the lake, looked across the lake and settled on the north side of the lake in what is now Orono.  The first permanent settlement was established in May of 1855 with the arrival of the Flemings and the George Knettles family from Cumberland County, Pennsylvania.  This first settlement was called Cumberland Town and consisted of a saw mill, general store and schoolhouse.  The platted area Cumberland Addition can trace its roots to this early period.  The Knettles house became a favorite stop for travelers between 1855 and 1860 and is the location of the first public religious service in the community.  The first post office was established in 1856, which was named Tamarack in recognition of the Tamarack swamps in the western part of the county.

The late 1890s–early 1900s became known as the berry years in Long Lake. The Minnesota Fruit Growers Association was established in Long Lake in 1898 to focus on promoting strawberry and raspberry production. These products became a regional specialty with shipments going as far as Fargo and Grand Forks, North Dakota.. The catalyst for the expansion of the city limits was a desire by Long Lake’s neighbors to take advantage of the city’s decision to install a sewer system. Those areas that wanted to be connected to city sewer were annexed by the city.