Clay County Grub Control & Insect Prevention
Benefits of Lawn Grub & Insect Prevention
Healthy lawns attract insects and pests. They provide a good source of nutrients and a great habitat for them to live. It’s important to keep these pests off your lawn if you want to maintain a healthy yard.
When your lawn isn’t being eaten and infested with insects like grubs and armyworms, it stays healthy and green versus thing and brown.
The thinner your lawn becomes the more room weeds have to flourish. The nutrient allocation remains the same but there is less grass, so weeds are able to thrive easier in your yard with less grass.
Insects and grubs can carry disease over to your lawn. When left untreated disease can cause your plants and trees to decay and attract fungus to feed on.
More Enjoyable Experience
Finally, your lawn becomes a much more enjoyable experience to hang out in when it isn’t invested with chinch bugs or any other insect feeding on the grass or its roots.
Types of Lawn Pests We Take Care Of
There are many insects and bugs that we help rid and prevent from invading your lawn. Here are just a few of the most common and damaging ones:
Grubs are the larvae of beetles that live in your soil. This is a prime area for them as their main sources of nutrients are grass roots and other organic material in the soil. When they mature, they can turn into Japanese beetles or even June bugs.
Chinch bugs tend to feed on grass when it’s dry, typically from June to September. They feed on grass blades by stabbing it with their needle-like beaks similar to a mosquito and suck out the fluids, leaving brown and yellow spots throughout your lawn on grass blades.
Armyworms get their name by essentially traveling and invading lawns in massive waves. Their eggs are deposited by gray moths usually after a wet spring. These bugs are most active at night and will consume just about any plant or grass in their path.
Sod webworms destroy lawns by eating the undersides of leaves. Their warpaths are characterized by rough brown spots that eventually turn into large dead patches. You can also tell your lawn has sod webworms when you see areas of webbing in your grass.
Our Full-Service Lawn Care Approach
One lawn care service isn’t better than another for the best growth for your lawn. You can pay for pest control services only to have your lawn killed suffer from a lack of nutrition or even something as simple as soil compaction.
Our full-service lawn care program is designed with one goal in mind: to give you a healthy lawn you can be proud of all season long.
Fertilization & Weed Control
Grub & Insect Prevention
Mon – Fri: 8:00am – 6:00pm
Sat – Sun: Closed