Palm Beach County Lawn Care
The hot, humid climate of Palm Beach County is easy on most grasses, and the mild winters help lawns maintain their green lushness throughout the year. With the mild winters come lawn problems, however. Bacteria, viruses, and insects no longer last a single season before the freezing weather kills them. Instead, these lawn pests last year-round and work at odds with your vision of a perfect Florida lawn. Fortunately, the Palm Beach County lawn care specialists at Apex Pest Control work all year to keep your turf healthy and green.
Business and homeowners owners can also appreciate that Apex’s lawn experts can keep their grass and shrubbery looking pristine for visiting customers. In this specific area, we often treat a lot of St. Augustine grass. Here some lawn destroyers that are common in this area.
- Whiteflies: Trees affected by whiteflies are harder to resolve as they pierce the veins of the tree’s leaves to suck the juice out. This causes the leaf to reduce its chlorophyll production and, therefore, its ability to photosynthesize. Eventually, the leaf turns yellow and drops off.
- Fungus: Cooler weather, frequent rain, and sprinklers all increase the chance of fungus appearing on your lawn. Because fungus can easily multiply if not being treated properly, homeowners need to know when and when not to water their lawn, as well as getting treated properly.
Our technicians at Apex Pest Control are prepared for any problem. You will receive the same technician from when you schedule service until the job is done. That way, you will be assured that all of your lawn needs are all efficiently completed.
Curbside appeal is a strong first impression. If visitors or passersby note brown patches in your lawn, or if a section of your lawn has become a slightly concave pond, the folks at Apex Pest Control can determine the cause of your difficulties quickly and offer a solution that fits your needs. While many homeowners tend to maintain their lawn’s health independently, they may damage their lawns more than helping them by spraying the turf with broad-spectrum insecticides when a fungicide is the cure. Knowing the problem with your yard is the key to curing its problem, and no amount of guessing which insecticide to use on a brown patch of lawn will kill a bacterial spread. Stop spending undue time and money on the wrong chemicals; call the Palm Beach County lawn care experts at Apex Pest Control for the correct treatment the first time.
Read the past blogs for tips and advice on lawn care throughout the state of Florida, and call Apex Pest Control when you are prepared for your turf to be healthy every season of the year.