Turf Pest Control
You have put in the effort to create a beautiful lawn and yard, let us help you protect it! Green Lawn Fertilizing offers many options for controlling and preventing outdoor pest that effect our service area. Contact us for pricing!
Quarterly Pest Control Program is our most popular service. It is designed to eliminate the most common outdoor ground pest problems in our service area. We schedule 4 quarterly visits to your home per year, but we will also return as often as needed to control covered pests.
Our treatments are a granular treatment that is applied to your entire lawn and all flower bed areas as well. These treatments create a deep barrier around your house and helps to prevent them from being able to even enter your home.
Covers: spiders, cockroaches, ants (not carpenter or fire), crickets, silverfish, millipedes, larval fleas, ticks and other pests.
Tree and Shrub Insect/Disease/Fertilization Program.
Your trees and shrubs need just as much attention as your lawn. Give them the care they need with a safe and effective solution. We provide a treatment plan that is designed to provide fertilization and disease and insect control.
Grub Worms Treatments.
You have put in the effort and money to create a beautiful lawn, let us help you protect it
Grub worms are the larval stage of beetles, like the June Bug. They are found in the ground feeding off the roots of your healthy lawn. As they feed on the roots, they kill the grass, leaving brown patches throughout your beautiful green lawn. If left to proliferate, they can devastate your lawn. Since they eat the roots of the grass, recovery can be timely and costly. Not only will they damage the lawn, they are a great invitation for other small animals that like to eat them, such as raccoons, moles, and armadillos.
This preventative treatment is applied once a year during the month of May or early June.
Chinch Bugs Treatment. Chinch bugs typically target St Augustine grass. They cause expanding, irregular patches of dead or stunted grass. Just like the grub worms, chinch bugs cause irreversible damage to your lawn. Fixing the problem, after it’s too late, is expensive and time consuming.
2018 Will be known as the year of the army worm invasion!
Fall armyworms are the larvae of a small brownish-gray moth. They plague a number of agricultural crops, such as corn, soybeans, cotton, peanuts, and sorghum, but when the pickings get slim due to hot, dry weather, the moths and caterpillars head for greener pastures — like your lawn that you’ve dutifully watered several times a week.
You’ll never see them coming. Female moths will lay up to 2,000 tiny eggs right on the grass blades. The eggs hatch a few days later. If you see this gobbling your grass, your lawn is in trouble. You may first notice their presence as a brown patch of lawn that gets bigger every day. Or you may walk out one morning to find nothing but dirt where a lawn was just the night before.