Middlesex County Pest Control | Serving Middlesex County, New Jersey
Lawn Insects Control Middlesex
The key for having successful lawn pest control is first knowing which lawn pest has an overwhelming presence. Is it preventing other things from growing properly? Of course, there is a natural food chain cycle, but when insects are decimating other activity in the chain, lawn pest control is advisable. Some lawn pests include; Japanese beetles, grubs, chinch bugs, mole crickets, any worm, sod webworms, ants, billbugs, earthworms, and periodical cicadas.
These are just a few lawn pests that can be harmful to your soil, roots, leaves and stems. Because there are so many lawn insects that are good, but can destroy your lawn if they are in high population. That’s why, it is advisable to seek professional care for lawn pest control.
Some details needed include using extreme caution when using pesticides. Reading instructions properly. Middlesex Pest Control will always tell you the type of pesticides being used. You want to be sure pesticides are really what you need as you run the risk of also killing some of the good food chain sources in your lawn. Introducing natural enemies of pests is also a technique to control lawn pests.
These are natural and organic ways we can help your lawn and keep you and your family safe from solutions you may not want or need. Some people are wary of introducing more insects on top of lawn pests. We can also advise you about a variety of birds you can encourage with some of the same effects. Sometimes birds can just be wooed to your lawn if they notice bright object that interest them like bird baths and some types of flowers.
Pest Control Solutions
These solutions can help return your lawn to its glory days. We know that children and pets are particularly vulnerable when using pesticides to treat lawn insects. We will never use pesticides during a time the wind will cause drift. Our experts are fully trained and certified to use commercial grade pesticides at the correct times to provide you with a pest free lawn. These chemicals can cause ill health if not used properly. We ensure that clients are educated about the strategies they can use to control lawn insects from damaging the hard work they put into to create lush lawns.
Any standing water should be disposed of, which is extremely important during rainy season. Gutters should be kept clean. It’s also important keep your grass cut short as long grass promotes lawn insect breeding and living in the lawn. You also should remove any dead leaves or foliage from the lawn. Food sources should also be removed near your property. Trash, pet food and fallen fruit from trees are lures for lawn pests. Using certain kinds of mulch that have scents to repel insect is also advised, particularly cedar or cypress tree mulch.
Getting Rid of Lawn Insects
Many lawn owners exhaust do-it-yourself solutions before calling professional. These are usually temporary. But our expert staff will assess your property and provide a detailed plan to bring your lawn back to life. Eradicating lawn pests comes with the need to educate. Do you have the right kind of lawn for the Middlesex County climate.
Because there are surface dwelling lawn pests and lawn insects that attack the roots of lawns, different types of pesticides need to be used. Choosing the right one can be the life or death of your lawn. Preventative treatments versus eradication is are choice you must make. Middlesex County Pest Control offers a comprehensive approach.