Frequently Asked Questions
- What is Aeration?
Aeration is a method of mechanically removing soil cores, It reduces soil compaction, breaks up thatch and improves drainage.
- Should seeding be done annually?
Yes, seeding to improve density reduces weed population and crabgrass issues.
- Why do I need a Lime application?
Lime is used to adjusts soil PH, helps reduces thatch build up, and improves growing environment.
- Why should I defend my yard against fleas?
Fleas are parasites that feed on the blood of animals and humans. Fleas can be carried into your home by your pets and if gone untreated flea populations can become extremely large. Flea control applications reduce the risk to pets and family.
- Why should I defend my yard against ticks?
Ticks can carry Lyme disease which can be harmful to animals and humans. Lyme disease can be very dangerous even fatal if contracted. A tick application to your property will reduce the risk and control the population.
- What are Grubs?
Grubs are the larvae of the Japanese Beetle and feed on the roots of healthy grass. A preventative application will minimize the grub population and their destruction.
- What is snow mold?
Extended periods of snow cover restricts air flow and minimizes light exposure leading to fungus growth on turf surface. A light raking will reduce some permanent damage, however an aeration and seeding is recommended.