Grubs are a very destructive insect that eats the roots of turf grass. An area susceptible to grubs is a sunny and wet area. Any irrigated sunny lawn will do for grubs. The female beetle mates and lays her eggs in late July or early August. The eggs hatch and the feeding larva of the beetle (the grub) does its damage. The grub will feed until the following spring moving down into the soil as the frost line moves down staying just below the frost line. In late spring and early summer the larva will pupate and after the pupation, an adult beetle emerges. Learn more by following this link to our grub post.
It All Starts with Your Soil.
Our customized lawn care programs are built from the ground up and they start with a soil test. How can anyone know what your lawn needs if they don’t know what kind of shape your soil is in? Your lawn is only as good as your soil and that is exactly where we start in order to determine what you really need, and what options we can provide to help you. Learn about soil testing »
Lawn Care and Plant Health Care Programs to Fit Your Needs
Residential Lawn Care
We offer customized lawn care programs are built from the ground up just for your needs. Starting with a site analysis and soil test, then we determine what your soil needs to give you a beautiful green lawn to enjoy. You provide the sunlight and water and we provide the grass. We offer three main types of service programs that can be customized and combined to get you the results you want: Organic Lawn Care, Organic-Based Lawn Care, and Low Impact Lawn Care.
Commercial Lawn Care
For property managers and landscapers we offer commercial lawn care programs. We are here to serve you to keep your property looking its best. Whether you handle just a few sites or have several hundred to manage we have the tools and experience to help your business succeed. You can focus on servicing maintenance and installation customers and leave the applications to us!
Plant Health Care
Plant Health Care is a term coined by the International Society of Arboriculture (More at their website). Monitoring the health of your ornamental trees and shrubs is the first step. Monitoring fees apply. A plant health care program is developed as a customized solution for an individual property.