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Effective Pest Control Tips for a Flourishing Lawn & Garden



Creating a beautiful lawn and garden requires more than just a green thumb; it requires vigilant pest control. Unwanted visitors can wreak havoc on your carefully nurtured plants! No thank you!


Winter is a good time for lawn maintenance! Schedule with our team today!


If you’re dealing with pests give our team a shout and we will get you taken care of. In the meantime, learn what to do to prevent pests in your lawn come spring:


Identify the Pests:

Before implementing any pest control measures, it's crucial to identify the specific pests troubling your lawn and garden. Different pests require different solutions. Our team can come and check out your landscape and identify what issues you’re facing.


Beneficial Insects

Introduce beneficial insects that act as natural predators to common garden pests. Ladybugs, predatory beetles, and parasitic wasps are excellent allies in the fight against unwanted bugs. Consider planting flowers and herbs that attract these beneficial insects, come spring.



Physical Barriers:

Use physical barriers like row covers or netting to protect plants from flying insects, birds, and small mammals. This is particularly useful for safeguarding vulnerable crops and delicate flowers. 


Our team of experts can provide tailored solutions to address specific pest challenges!


Regular Inspection:

Establish a routine for inspecting your lawn and garden. Regularly check the undersides of leaves, the soil, and plant surfaces for signs of pest activity. Early detection allows for prompt and effective intervention. We offer thorough inspections and ongoing monitoring.


Natural Repellents:

Certain plants can act as natural repellents. Consider planting pest-resistant varieties such as chrysanthemums, citronella, and lavender to discourage insects.


Meadowlark's outdoor pest control services keep common garden pests in check. We'll identify your garden’s problem insects and develop a treatment plan that targets and eliminates them, plus helps prevent their return later in the season.

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