Lawn Programs

The programs developed at Lawn Care Extraordinaire are specifically designed for St. Augustine lawns. These programs have been specifically developed to fit the needs of our climate and our customers. Free service calls on both these programs should an insect creep in or a weed begin to grow between your regular treatments. Lawn Care Extraordinaire has been servicing lawns in Southwest Florida since 1979. We have the knowledge, the experience and the dedication needed to make your lawn beautiful!


  • Visits per Year
  • Fertilization
  • Chinch Bug Control
  • Fire Ant Control
  • Sod Webworm Control
  • Broadleaf Weed Control
  • Fungus Control
  • Service Calls

Budget Four

  • 4 per year
  • Included
  • Included
  • Included
  • Included
  • Cool Season Only
  • Not Included
  • Extra Charge
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*Free service calls and/or follow ups are included after the third, paid visit.

NOTE: Prices are based on the size of your lawn and can often be quoted right over the phone.

Our Climate

Taking care of your lawn in our tropical climate may seem daunting. Your grass is under constant stress from heat, drought, weeds, insects, humidity, poor water retention, fungus and the list goes on. Correct nutrition is key to maintaining a healthy lawn. That means you have to know how to fertilize; what fertilizer to buy, when to apply and how to apply it. Diligent pest control is needed to win the battle against insect intrusion. Some insects are beneficial to your grass, while others can devastate a lawn within days. Weeds are also a challenge. Because of our Florida heat, it is important to apply just enough herbicide to kill unsightly weeds without damaging your good grass.

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Our Solution

Mr. Traub, the founder of Lawn Care Extraordinaire, has been facing these challenges professionally since 1979. Nearly for the past 4 decades he has perfected the methods and practices needed to keep grass in Southwest Florida healthy, lush and green. The first step to a healthy lawn is water. Proper watering during the dry season is a must. Dry areas only encourage insect activity and weed growth. Good nutrition is second on the list. Our sandy soil does not retain enough nutrients naturally. Correct fertilization techniques are necessary to replenish the soil and feed the grass. Finally, a special mix of fungicides, herbicides and insecticides, applied regularly will keep out those ugly weeds and pesky pests.

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