Lawn Care Programs

Grow a greener, healthier lawn

Earl May’s step-by-step Lawn Care Programs deliver the best weed, disease and pest control with premium products specially formulated to deliver superior results.

  • Immediate results
  • Proven best for Midwest lawns
  • Designed to deliver more nutrients
  • Eliminates thin spots

icon-calendarMake sure to stay a step ahead in caring for your lawn by viewing our month-by-month seasonal lawn maintenance calendar.

Available Lawn Care Programs

Earl May Basic Lawn Care ProgramsBasic

4-bag
  • Crabgrass Preventer
  • Weed & Feed
  • Lawn Food
  • Insect Control or Season Long Grub Control
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Earl May Premium Lawn Care ProgramsPremium

5-bag
  • Crabgrass Preventer
  • Weed & Feed
  • Lawn Food
  • Season Long Grub Control
  • Fall Lawn Food
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Earl May Ultimate Lawn Care ProgramsUltimate

6-bag
  • Crabgrass Preventer
  • Weed & Feed
  • Lawn Food
  • Season Long Grub Control
  • Fall Lawn Food
  • Summer Lawn Food

Need a spreader?

Spreaders and other lawn and garden tools are available for rent one from your neighborhood Earl May!

Proven Best

Being a Midwest-based company, our lawn care programs are built with Midwest lawns in mind. Our products have been built and tested to grow greener Midwest lawns.

Earl May Lawn Care Programs are Safe for Dogs
100% SAFE

for kids and pets

When used as directed.

Lawn Care Projects

  • healthier lawn

Want a Healthier lawn? Feed it in the Fall!

Ask any Turf specialist and they will tell you that Fall is the best time to fertilize your lawn. Why? Because after a long stressful summer your lawn needs a recharge so it can fill [...]

We have heavy clay soil. What should we do?

Here is what we suggest for clay soil: One way to improve Clay Soil when planting a new lawn, trees and shrubs is to use Earl May Structure.  By mixing the structure in the soil [...]

  • Control Weeds In Lawns

October. The Best Time To Control Weeds In Your Lawn

When is the best time to control weeds in your lawn?  The answer may surprise you, but it’s actually fall. Late season applications of herbicides strike weeds when they are most vulnerable, making it easier [...]