Grub Control Back to Services
Grubs, which are larvae of many species of beetles with C-shaped bodies, have tan brown heads and six distinct legs. Larvae, between 3/4- and 2-inches long, destroy the grass root system. Then sections of the lawn in hot areas will often turn brown and pull back from the soil. As grubs are a tasty meal for animals such as racoons, skunks and birds when these animals search for grubs they can cause extensive damage to your turf.
As lawns mature, dead grass clippings called thatch can smother your grass and keep roots from breathing. Builders also.
Weed control is the most important service we provide as a lawn care company. As weeds compete with grass.
As an annual grass, Crabgrass starts out in the spring a lime-green colour; as it matures in the summer.