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Spraying for Weeds and Insects

There are many weed and insect control techniques available to you. From lawn spraying to organic, natural techniques, knowing which weed and insect spray control methods for your home lawn or commercial business will ensure the best possible results. Here are things to consider, from equipment to sprays, to mowers and fertilizer.

  • What weed spraying options should I use?
    Identifying the weeds you want to get rid of is the first step. Also, consider if you are you concerned about harsh chemicals or the environment. Be aware that some weed control products prevent weeds from growing and others kill weeds after they've already grown. Do some online research to determine what sprays and herbicides or organic methods are right for eliminating your weeds.

  • What kind of fertilizer should I use?
    There are products that combine fertilizer and weed control. This can be handy if you regularly fertilize and you want to do both on the same schedule. Just make sure you don't apply too much of this type of fertilizer. If you apply too much weed control, you could prevent healthy plants, grass, or even grass seed, from growing.

  • What insect control techniques are best?
    Insecticides are chemicals that help with pest control. To choose the right insecticide, make sure to identify the pests in the environment so that you are addressing the problem correctly. Also be aware that there are natural pest control methods available such as baking soda or garlic.

  • Are sprays bad for the environment?
    Pesticides not only get rid of pests, they go into the air, soil and water. Water can carry it away from your yard and lessen its effectiveness or mowers can kick harmful chemicals up into the air. Make sure to research ways to lessen the impact of insecticides before buying equipment and spraying.
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    Hill Fertilization Services
    Rosedale, Saintclairshores, MI 48080
    Lawn spraying service opened in 2001. We do residential and commercial. We are licensed and insured, so let our family serve your family's needs! Results producing fertilization services!
    (586) 209-8510
    Colling James
    205 Demode Rd, Holly, MI 48442
    (248) 634-4800
    Continental Lawn Fertilizing
    32969 Hamilton Ct, Farmington, MI 48334
    (248) 553-8809
    Diamond Lawn Service
    631 Minnesota Dr, Troy, MI 48083
    (248) 588-1888
    Dynamic Lawn and Landscape Inc
    7750 23 Mile Rd, Utica, MI 48316
    (586) 393-7510
    Eastside Landscaping
    29170 Park St, Roseville, MI 48066
    (586) 772-6311
    Green Beauty Mole Control
    1920 S Christine, Westland, MI 48186
    (734) 729-3549
    Greenscape Services
    2810 W Dickman Rd, Battle Creek, MI 49037
    (269) 968-4977
    Hersch's Lawn Spray
    26640 Harding St, Oak Park, MI 48237
    (248) 543-2213
    Knoll Landscaping
    1095 S Raucholz Rd, Hemlock, MI 48626
    (989) 642-2200
    Mccreedy Farms Landscaping & Lawn Care
    120 N Bassett Rd, Lapeer, MI 48446
    (810) 664-6109
    Todd's Turf Lawn Care Inc
    2555 Superior St, Trenton, MI 48183
    (734) 675-1949
    Turf PRO
    10417 Morton Taylor Rd, Belleville, MI 48111
    (734) 699-0010
    Klepaski's Lawn Spray
    7350 N Territorial Rd, Dexter, MI 48130
    (734) 426-2511
    McDonald Nursery Inc
    1019 N Center Rd, Saginaw, MI 48638
    (989) 793-0820

    Lawn spray is a popular treatment option for front and back yards, as well as commercial properties. Lawn sprays can be all natural or chemical based, with the goal of eliminating pests like insects, or halting the spread of disease such as mold and fungi. Such sprays can also add nutrients to the lawn, improving color and vitality. Landscapers can provide lawn spraying, or home and business owners can apply it themselves. Special natural sprays are available on the market to protect the environment. But sometimes potent insecticides and herbicides are needed to kill crabgrass, weeds, insects, and the like. Some lawn sprays are meant for agricultural use, and may be organic in nature. Lawn spraying professionals use various equipment and supplies to do their jobs, such as hoses, air tanks, and backpacks. They may also spread seed, mow grass, install turf, and provide gardening services. It all depends on the individual company and its offerings. Whether customers are looking for natural fertilizers, lawn core aeration services, or agricultural sprayers, lawn spraying companies can provide these services and more. Many operate as landscapers, while others specifically provide spraying for insect and weed control. Lawn spraying companies may also sell products like certain brands of insect control sprays, herbicides, and products that make grass more lush and green. Customers can check listings on the Internet or ask their regular landscaper about residential and commercial lawn spraying services. They can also get information online or at the library regarding how long the grass begins to germinate after spraying or seeding, along with other lawn care tips and tricks.
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