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Preventative Grub Control

Keep grubs from destroying your lawn. Grubs are the larva stage of the beetle life cycle. These beetle larvae feed voraciously on your lawn’s root system once they emerge from their eggs.

Our Merit product is a granular application that contains more of the active ingredient Imidacloprid than standard store brands. Merit systemic granules give you long-term control of grubs, so only one application per year is needed.

 

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Perimeter Pest Control

Prevent unwanted insects from invading your home by creating a residual barrier in the areas immediately outside your home so they do not migrate inside.

Ants • Spiders • Roaches • Termites • Fleas • Ticks • Earwigs • Crickets • Many More

Our regularly-scheduled treatments provide a band of coverage around your entire home. We will treat all areas within this band including grass, mulched beds, driveways, etc.

 

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Core Aeration (Fall)

Allow water, air, and nutrients to better reach your lawn’s root zone. Improve seed germination rates when combined with overseeding. Reduce thatch and soil compaction to prevent the need for laborious and expensive dethatching. Increase air circulation to prevent fungal disease. Assist your lawn in returning beautifully in the spring.

 

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Broad Spectrum Insecticide

Remove infestation of a wide range of insects quickly and easily.

Ants • Bees • Wasps • Roaches • Moths • Billbugs • Centipedes • Chinch Bugs • Crickets • Earwigs • Fleas • Grasshoppers • Grass Mites • Leafhoppers • Mealybugs • Millipedes • Mole Crickets • Sod Webworm • Sowbugs • Ticks • Many More

 

Lawn problems

Fungicide

Inhibit and remove fungal infections to prevent further lawn damage. Early diagnosis may only require one treatment, while later detection may require repeat applications.

 

nutsedge

Nutsedge Control

Remove nutsedge (aka nutgrass), a hardy grassy weed, and prevent it from further invading your lawn. Nutsedges are a problem in lawns because they grow faster, have a more upright growth habit, and are a lighter green color than most grass species, resulting in a nonuniform turf.

 

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Lime Application

Correct the pH of your soil. Cool-season turfgrasses like Kentucky bluegrass prefer a pH between 6.5 and 7.2. Soil pH is affected by rainfall, organic matter decay, fertilizers, pesticides and pollution. Lime may be needed if the pH of your soil is too low for the turf species you want to maintain.

 

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Bare Ground / Total Vegetation Kill

Kill everything. Add the option of a soil sterilant to keep anything from growing back for the entire season.

Gravel & Dirt Driveways • Fence Lines • Parking Areas • Home Developer Lots • Vacant Lots • Roadsides • Open Fields • Large Overgrown Properties • Out Buildings • Access Roads • Storage & Equipment Lots • Cellular Towers • School Properties • Cemeteries • Sign Posts • Airports • Hillsides

 

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Soil Samples & Full Laboratory Analysis

Discover what’s going on beneath the surface. Is your soil pH off? Are potassium levels too low? There are many issues down below that can prevent your turf from reaching its full potential. Pinpoint the problems and easily solve them by having an analysis performed by highly-skilled lab technicians. You’ll receive a detailed report of the findings along with a recommended course of corrective measures.