Have you noticed brown patches on your lawn? While they could be caused by high heat and humidity, lack of rain or the family dog, these unsightly spots in an otherwise healthy lawn could also be the result of lawn disease.
We offer diagnosis, evaluation and solutions to the lawn diseases found in our area. Contact us for an appointment where we will assess your lawn and design a program that will identify, combat and control lawn disease.
Contact us today if you would like to discuss your lawn. We’ll be happy to answer any questions and help you schedule an appointment for any services you require.
A fungal organism, Red Thread produces a red, threadlike material in your lawn. It’s not very pleasing to the eye and is often caused by improper watering, poor soil and poor grass.
Dollar Spots Evidence of Dollar Spots are small circles of brown on your lawn. They can be mistaken for grass discolored by dog urine but may occur if you don’t feed and water your lawn often enough.
Leaf Spots are caused by fungi and often lead to brown patches in your lawn. There is a melting-out that is associated with leaf spots and occurs during hot, dry weather. Your lawn may look dried out during this time.
Brown Patch is a fast-moving lawn disease that is caused by fungus. It’s considered a summer lawn disease, becoming more pronounced once temperatures start climbing. Starting in small brown circles, Brown Patch will grow and expand rapidly.
Lawn Care Plans to Fit Every Budget & Need
Basic Lawn Care
Our 7 Step seasonal program levels.
BRONZE + A LA CARTE
SILVER – BEST VALUE
PLATINUM – MOST POPULAR
A LA CARTE
Basic Lawn Care – 7 Step Program
1. EARLY SPRING: Complete fertilizer application featuring both fast- and slow-release fertilizers, plus pre-emergent crabgrass control.
2. LATE SPRING: Fast- and slow-release fertilizers applied along with broadleaf weed control.
3. EARLY SUMMER: Fast- and slow-release fertilizers applied along with broadleaf weed control (if needed).
4. LATE SUMMER: Slow-release fertilizer applied along with surface-feeding insect control (as needed).
5. EARLY FALL: Complete fertilizer applied with full broadleaf weed control.
6. FALL: Heavy rate application of organically-based complete fertilizer.
7. WINTER: Fertilizer application to enhance root development, turf health, and reduce weed competition in spring.
Guaranteed Grub Control & Lime Application
Core Aeration & Seeding
Including disease control and soil testing
Tree & Shrub Program
Including spring fertilization, insect and mite control as well as fall fertilization
Lawn Care Add-Ons
These are services that can be added on to our lawn care programs or done individually.