Grubs, the larval stage of Beetles, feed on the roots of the grass plants and can cause severe damage. A preventative treatment applied in June/July is most effective.
By raising the pH of the soil, lime makes fertilizer and existing nutrients more available to the turf. Lime may be applied at any time of the year.
Core Aeration is the removal of cores of soil. This alleviates soil compaction, improves thatch decomposition and makes air and moisture more readily available to the turf roots. After which a quality seed mixture is sown. This will help improve turf density.
This treatment is designed to rid areas of unwanted vegetation - especially Poison Ivy.
Fungicides are applied to help control disease conditions. Although we do not recommend treating preventively, early detection is the key to gaining effective control.