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Fall Lawn Diseases

Types of Fall Lawn Diseases

Prevent, Identify & Treat

Even though your lawn is about to go dormant for the winter, there are things you can do now to help it wake up healthy in the spring. Certain conditions can negatively impact your lawn over the fall and winter. Learn how to prevent, identify, and treat different types of fall lawn diseases to ensure the growing season is a green one. Read more

Perimeter Lawn Pest Protection

Perimeter Lawn Pest Protection

Leave the Pests Outside

Now that you’ve prepared your lawn for preventing pests, it’s time to turn toward your home to help ensure insects and other creatures don’t find their way in. Even the smallest crack or crevice could be an access point. Different methods of perimeter lawn pest protection should be followed to help prevent access to creatures great or small. Read more

Types of Winter Lawn Disease

Type of Winter Lawn Disease

And How to Deal

There are many things to do to prepare for winter, for yourself and your lawn. While you’re breaking out the sweaters and jackets, you can help protect your lawn from various types of winter lawn disease. Read more

Mole Control Techniques

Mole Control Techniques

ID the Pest & Solve the Problem

Did you know there could be sneaky pests infiltrating your backyard through a series of underground runways and tunnels? That’s right, you could have a mole situation on your hands. It’s best to eradicate the problem before too much damage is done. Follow these mole control techniques to help save your yard. Read more

What are Sod Webworms

What are Sod Webworms

And How to Treat Them

Usually, when a caterpillar crosses your path you can't help to think of what a beautiful butterfly it will become. This isn't the case with sod webworms. While in the larvae stage, these caterpillars can damage your lawn before becoming a moth. Learn the signs and treatment options for sod webworms and get back to daydreaming in your beautiful yard. Read more

Battling Fall Lawn Weeds

Battling Fall Lawn Weeds

Treat Now. Enjoy Later.

Even as the weather turns colder, leaves start to fall, and the grass gets ready for the dormant season, you could still be battling fall lawn weeds. Fall is the time you also want to treat your lawn so that weeds don’t take over again in the spring. Learn more about treating both annual and perennial weeds this season. Read more