Your lawn is unique. It has specific needs that must be met for it to thrive. TurfMark offers a range of science-based lawn plans designed to give your lawn the right help at the right time. And it’s why every TurfMark lawn plan begins with our Lawn Analysis, which is performed by your TurfMark specialist. It helps us create a tailored approach that gives your lawn exactly what it needs to reach its full potential. Your plan includes 8 rounds of treatment per year, with additional treatments available for specific issues that may arise like fungus or insects.
Well-fed plants are healthier, more productive and more beautiful. Plants need to be fertilized because most soil does not provide the essential nutrients required for optimum growth. Even if you are lucky enough to start with great garden soil, as your plants grow, they absorb nutrients and leave the soil less fertile.
Aeration involves perforating the soil with small holes to allow air, water and nutrients to penetrate the grass roots. This helps the roots grow deeply and produce a stronger, more vigorous lawn. The main reason for aerating is to alleviate soil compaction.
Mosquitos are an unwelcome guest anytime. With Zika and West Nile Virus spreading, our Mosquito Control Fog can help you rest easy. It’s offered as a One-Time Special Event Spray (great for weddings, outdoor parties, etc) or as season-long control. And the best part? The results are guaranteed!
FLEa, TICK &
These pests don't stand a chance in your yard. Our granular treatment handles flees, ticks, fire ants and several other pests to ensure your outdoor spaces are safe and enjoyable for everyone.
Our hybrid organic treatment allows you to get the weed control you need and the certified organic nutrition for your lawn that you love!
WINTER GRUB TREATMENT
Grubs are attracted to healthy, thick grass. Healthy grass means a healthy root system, which is what the grubs feed on as soon as they hatch. The higher the concentration of larvae, the more severe your lawn damage will be.
White grubs feed on the roots of your grass, which leads to several symptoms of damage:
Grass with damaged roots will begin to thin, yellow, and die.
Irregular patches of brown grass will appear in random places in your lawn.
Grass will feel very spongy and will pull up very easily. Since the roots are damaged, the turf will often roll up like carpet.
Grass will be very vulnerable to drought and other stressors.
Another sign of the presence of white grubs in your soil is an increase in activity of raccoons, moles, and birds digging in your turf, and even certain wasps flying low to the ground in your lawn.
Our treatment is vital to protecting your turf. Contact us to learn more.