For years we have been using a nation wide chain to care for our large oak and birch trees. We scheduled service with them again and after two months they were a no-show. Well I thought after being a customer of theirs for six years maybe it was time to find someone that wanted my business. My Wife found Zing and I gave them a call and within three days we had Andy at our doorstep to discuss our trees and come up a better plan than the national chain lawn care company. Andy and Sarah we very professional, informative, and knowledgeable. Large trees are expensive to remove and replace and Andy understood our concern and came up with a long term program to have healthy trees. We look forward to working with Zing for many years.
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Landowners have the responsibility to control noxious weeds on their property. Control methods include the use of chemicals, cutting, tilling, and burning as well as proper grazing methods. Undesirable plants in small pastures use space, nutrients and water that can significantly reduce desirable grasses for grazing livestock. A good pasture weed management program implements two or more weed control methods (cultural, mechanical, chemical and biological) and usually takes a few growing seasons to get under control.
Proper grazing management and weed identification are key to controlling weeds in pastures. Creating ideal conditions for desirable pasture grasses will choke out the less desirable weeds. Applying herbicides at specific times within a plant’s growth cycle will help decrease or prevent future infestations. All successful weed management must be applied and then evaluated over an extended period of time.
Service Areas. Our pasture weed control program covers cities within the Treasure Valley including Boise, Meridian, Eagle, Kuna, Star, Nampa, Caldwell, and Middleton. If you are interested in signing up for our tree and shrub disease control services just fill out our free estimate form and we will contact you promptly.
- Cultural Controls include methods that favor desirable plant growth including proper grazing management, irrigation, fertilization, and seeding vigorous, competitive plant species.
- Mechanical Controls include methods that physically disrupt weed growth including tillage, mowing, mulching, burning, flooding.
- Chemical Controls include the method of using herbicides to control undesirable weed growth.
- Biological Controls include the method of using an organism or natural weed enemy to disrupt weed growth including insects, disease organisms, sheep, cattle, goats.
- Round 1: Spring Fertilizer and Weed Control
- Round 2: Fall Fertilizer and Weed Control
Regular applications are key to a good pasture weed control program and Zing can provide you the professional products and services you need.
If you would like to have our weed control experts take a look at your pasture and recommend a weed management program just give us a call. We work with residential, commercial and HOA property owners in the Treasure Valley and throughout the Ada and Canyon counties including Boise, Kuna, Meridian, Eagle, Star, Nampa, Caldwell and Middleton. You can contact our office today at 208-585-9400 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org to get on our schedule.