• Five lawn visits, each including a complete inspection.
• Slow-release fertilizer as needed, using a combination of granular and liquid slow-release fertilizers, applied according to Cornell University recommendations, and based on turf and soil type.
• Broadleaf weed and crabgrass control as needed.
• Grub control, as needed, at no additional cost.
• Service calls as required
What is IPM?
Integrated pest management (IPM) involves combining chemical treatments, cultural practices, and biological controls to manage pests to anacceptable level that will not show damage to plants.
Our goal is “to monitor” pest outbreaks before the populations get out of control. Using Cornell Cooperative Extension growing-degree data, we proactively monitor insect activity and target treatments precisely.