Does your lawn have turf disease? primaquine brand Feed A Lawn is continuing to see turf disease
in lawns. If you are seeing irregular brown patches outlined with white cotton
like fibers it’s time for fungicide applications. The white substance is
Mycelium (typically seen in the am hours), if it is present the disease is
active. With night time temperatures climbing into the 60’s your lawn could be
susceptible to turf disease. Fungicide applications will prevent and remove
disease in your lawn. Call the office 931-456-6689 for more information and/or
schedule a quote. We appreciate your business!
This is what turf disease looks like….
After hundreds of soil samples taken; the Cumberland County area is lacking lime and other needed nutrients. We are now changing all 6 Step Customers to our 7 Step Program, this will allow us to apply additional nutrients needed to ensure a beautiful lawn. Call our office today to find out about details, this application will be done in December.
Check out these tips from the Center for Disease Control for preventing ticks in your yard. The first tip is to apply pesticides outdoors to Control Ticks. The second is to create a tick-safe zone to reduce black-legged ticks in the yard. Read more here. Then call us to safely apply the right pesticides to keep your yard tick-free! 931-456-6689.
Grubs damage a lawn by devouring its root system. Grub control is extremely effective, attacking the summertime eggs that hatch into lawn destroying grubs. Grubs also draw predators to a lawn such as skunks, raccoons, birds and moles.
To identify grub activity in your lawn, we recommend pulling or cutting back the damaged areas of your yard and visually checking for grubs near the soil surface. Animals (skunks, raccoons, moles, etc.) that feed on grubs can also cause damage to the areas when searching for food. These animals may return for up to a year after the grubs are controlled as they remember where they have found food in the past.
Our professionals at Feed A Lawn can determine grub areas and execute the best possible system for getting rid of them and preventing them from coming back.
Years of careful care can all go to ruin with a grub infestation. Careful planning in cycle with the seasons, combined with a solid lawn treatment program – Feed A Lawn can ensure that your lawn will be lush and healthy.
DIY tips for preventing ticks in the yard include applying pesticides outdoors to control ticks. Read this article from the Center For Disease Control. Experts predict bigger tick season this spring in East Tennessee, according to Dr. Graham Hickling, associate professor of forestry, fisheries, and wildlife at UT.
Call us for a free Estimate to help prevent Ticks, Fleas, and Mosquitos in your yard. 931-456-6689