Grubs are more than just yucky little bugs. They can also be a nuisance and a detriment to your lawn.
These invasive surface feeding insects will suck your grass blades dry. If not cared for in a professional manner, your grass blades will be injected with a poison that slowly kills them. They can and will kill patches or your entire lawn if not treated for. But, you can get even with professional surface feeding insect control today!
As we move into the warmer/hotter portions of the season, many things are going to change in the green industry. We are going to start seeing an abundance of different broadleaf weeds, plenty of grassy weeds, lawn insects, and finally lawn fungus/disease. This week we are going to dive into the most common, and one of the first […]
Use this guide to prepare your outdoor, green living space for winter dormancy.
Green Lawn Fertilizing has released their “Free Lawn Care Guides” made available to the public. All you have to do is visit their website to download the free lawn care guides. The great thing about these guides are the differences in subjects. Each guide is unique to a specific service, season or “Do-It-Yourself” lawn care topic such as “Comparing Prices: Professional Aeration and Seeding vs. the Big Box Store.”
You wouldn’t have found this species of Mosquitoes in your backyard a year ago. That’s because it isn’t indigenous to the United States of America. The Asian Tiger Mosquito Aedes albopictus hitched a ride to the United States likely shipped from Japan. They first appeared in Texas and since then have spread to the mid-Atlantic and parts of the Midwest.
Chinch bugs. These pesky bugs show up in herds to dry up your lawn, killing patches or your whole lawn.