Applying herbicide the right way is important if you want to eliminate all the weeds without damaging the turf or garden. In this blog, you'll learn how to apply herbicides and get the best results possible. Read More
This week's Pest of the Week goes to the earwig, a strange-looking insect with a long body and intimidating pincers. It invades homes on a regular basis and consumes everything from plants to books and greasy foods. Read More
Herbicides such as Winfield Cornerstone Plus kill various weeds, grasses and woody brush. Read More
Turfgrass and ornamental pest control managers are unique in the pest control industry. Read More
Crabgrass is an annual weed and grows in residential and commercial lawns throughout the country. Read More
Turfgrass must be fertilized to maintain color, density, and vigor. The healthier and more vigorous a turf is, the better it can withstand stress from heat, drought, traffic, and pests Read More
A pre-emergent is applied to the ground and watered in afterward, creating a layer in the top part of the soil. Read More
Perfect lawns don't pop up overnight. They require watering, mowing and other standard maintenance practices just to look presentable in a neighborhood... Read More
A vibrantly rich, green lawn makes any homeowner proud and every neighbor envious. Unless it's newly laid turf, it takes time and regular maintenance to grow... Read More
Homeowners and landscapers everywhere approach weeds with one goal in mind: to remove them all from the property. Weeds grow out of control in yards across the world and steal vital nutrients from the grass, flowers and other plants. They grow in places where you do not want them to grow, ruin a lawn's aesthetic and crowd vegetables in the garden.
Insects can really damage turfgrass and lawn ornamentals if an infestation goes untreated. Ants create unsightly mounds in the yard, grasshoppers attack grass blades and grubs devour grass roots, leaving behind dead patches in the lawn. The damage happens gradually over time, starting with small patches that give way to completely dead areas where only soil remains.