New Methods of Controlling Weeds During Seeding | Raleigh Aeration and Raleigh Landscaping
As if weeds and crabgrass haven’t been bad enough this year, the rain and heat have fostered them to continue to keep popping up. During aeration and seeding, you only want the new grass to grow, thus stopping other weed competition is key to early success. We offer one of few treatments to rid crabgrass and weeds during this delicate time of seed germination. Our selective treatment only kills crabgrass and few broadleaf weeds, while never effecting seed germination. Give CCG a call and have the best lawn on the block this season!
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Ryan Walsh, Founder & Owner
Hi and thank you so much for visiting Capital City Groundskeeping. We’re a full service lawn care and groundskeeping company based out of Raleigh, North Carolina. I started performing lawn maintenance to my clients with one philosophy in mind: provide consistent, superior service while building lasting relationships within our community. As a recent graduate of North Carolina State University, B.S. Turfgrass Science and Biological Sciences, I’ve grown passionate about lawn care and enjoy learning about the constantly growing green industry. After founding CCG over ten years ago, I’m proud in the growth we’ve achieved and excited about our future projects. My name is Ryan Walsh and I look forward to speaking with you about your lawn care questions and groundskeeping goals.
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