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There are multiple factors to determine whether a yard can have Pre-Emergent applied or not.

1. Has the sod has fully rooted or been mowed three times? If sod has not fully rooted or been mowed three times, Pre-Emergent can NOT be applied. If it was to be applied, it will kill the turf /sod.

2. What time of year is it applied? Pre-Emergent is applied to Bermuda turf three times per year. Early spring, late spring, and fall.

3. When is Pre-Emergent, not able to be applied? Pre-Emergent is not able to be applied if...sod has not fully rooted, has not been mowed three times or it roots in past the appropriate time to apply. If this occurs, it will be applied on the next application as long as the sod has fully rooted in or has been mowed three times.

4. What happens if Pre-Emergent can not be applied? If Pre-Emergent is not able to be applied, there is no barrier to prevent any type of weeds from germinating and maturing.

5. When can visible weeds be treated/sprayed? Weeds can only be treated if the sod is fully rooted in or has been mowed three times. If weeds are sprayed before this, it will cause permanent damage to the turf and or kill it.

6. What weeds are sprayed per the contract? Broadleaf weeds are treated. This does not include grassy-type weeds, crabgrass, nutsedge, or poana. After the weeds have been sprayed during the winter and cooler temperatures, it can take two weeks for them to die back. It generally takes seven days for them to begin to shows signs of dying. The weeds that are being seen now are winter and spring weeds which do not like warm temperatures and will die back on their own due to this as we progress. Wet winters cause an influx of weeds throughout spring as well.

Weeds are currently present in the newly sodded areas due to the inability of being able to apply Pre-Emergent and the inability to spray because newly installed sod has not rooted on some homes or the sod rooted after the application was completed. There are also different types of weeds visible that are outside of the landscaper’s contractual obligation that is now being treated separately.

When we begin to see weed growth outside of the services provided in the contract, our contractors will apply separate chemical applications that will treat those specific weeds.

In closing, please know that during these time frames the Board, Management and the Landscape Team will continue to work together to determine the best plan of action to properly service the turf and aid in weed control.

Please also see the attached documents that will help you better understand the weeds of reference and treatment plans that are in effect and referenced in this communication. 

We would like to thank you for allowing us to provide you with this information. Please know that CAMS and the Board are working diligently to address landscaping services per the contract as well as any outside landscaping concerns as they arise. Your patience and understanding during this process are greatly appreciated.

If you have any questions regarding this communication or its contents please contact CAMS Management at 704-951-6000.

Scope of Work per Contract:
1) Once a week to ride all trails
2) Keep all debris clear of the trail system
3) Spray weed killer as needed
4) Blow leaves 12 times during the season
5) Report any fallen trees or safety issues that may need attention
6) Prune all canopy to 10’
7) Pest and fire ant control
8) Report areas that need more mulch as needed
9) Once a month weed control and clear all culvert pipes on trials to insure proper function
10) Presser wash and seal all bridges every June
11) Tree removal up to 8 Inches
12) Stringer as needed
13) Maintain all trail markers and signage
14) Report any erosion issues
15) Cut all roots 4 inches plus
16) Mow 4’ on both sides of the trail