Lawn Disease Control in Minneapolis
Something doesn’t look right with your lawn. Maybe you see brown spots or patches of grass that look like they’re covered in white powder. You know there’s a problem, but how can you fix it? Whether it’s a lawn disease or a lawn insect problem, our Rainbow Lawncare experts have the solutions for you. Schedule a Lawn Disease Control Service consultation with our experts today!
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How can lawn disease control services help your lawn?
To the untrained eye, it can be hard to determine exactly what’s wrong with your lawn. Is it an insect? A grub? Or, is it a disease? Our experts are familiar with lawn diseases found in Minnesota and they know how to treat them.
Common examples include:
- Powdery mildew, which first appears as a white powder or film on the grass blades, and then turns to brown patches
- Fungus problems account for nearly all lawn disease problems; many fungi look like a black powdery film on grass blades
- Snow molds are often seen in early spring and can appear as patches of gray or white matted turf
- Other common grass diseases include red thread, rusts, dollar spot, brown patch, and necrotic ring spot
Our experts will begin by properly diagnosing the problem. Next, they will deliver the most effective lawn disease control treatment to solve the current issue and prevent future problems. We also offer a full suite of lawn care solutions like lawn seeding and fertilization to keep your lawn healthy and looking great. The healthier your lawn is, the more it is able to withstand damage from stressors like drought, pests, and disease.
Why should you hire an expert for lawn disease control?
With so many lawn insect and disease products on the market, it might seem easy to just do it yourself. The products may be easy to buy, but getting the right information can be tough. Additionally, there is always the danger of misusing the products involved, which can pose a health risk, to you, your family, and pets.
Mistakes with DIY lawn care products can cause more problems than they solve, including burning the lawn, damaging nearby plants, or getting toxic products where you don’t want them — like your garden beds or play areas. Our highly trained experts use the highest quality products, safely! What’s more, they can help you manage all aspects of your lawn’s health so you can enjoy the peace of mind knowing it’s all handled.
What can you expect from our lawn disease control service?
If you are seeing brown patches, rings, or thinning grass you could have a lawn disease or insect problem. Many disease and insect problems can look very similar to other environmental stresses. With Rainbow Lawncare’s Lawn Disease Control Service, our experts will:
- Properly diagnose the lawn disease or insect problem.
- Formulate a plan to target your lawn’s specific disease or insect problem.
- Recommend both curative treatments to correct existing problems, and preventative treatments to keep the problem from getting worse.
Quality lawn care treatments used safely
Safety is a core value at Rainbow Lawncare. We follow best practices to protect our customers, their property, the surrounding environment, and our employees. Our experts are properly trained and licensed. Rainbow Lawncare does not use any insecticides that are part of the neonicotinoid family, which can potentially harm bees when used on or near flowering plants and trees.
Schedule your service today!
Schedule a consultation with one of our experts today to learn more about curing or preventing disease and insect problems in your lawn. We’ll diagnose the problem and recommend the best treatments to fix it. As with many things, the best offense for beating lawn problems is a good defense in the form of a healthy lawn. Our experts can help keep your lawn in tip-top shape so it looks great and is resilient against stressors like drought.
Get more information about what’s wrong with your lawn by learning about popular lawn diseases. You can also learn more about common best practices that help create a disease-resistant lawn here: