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Insect Control to
Rid Your Property of Unwelcome Guests
Storm – The Lawn Pro of The Fox Cities LLC can help homeowners across the Fox Cities and Manitowoc County, WI, with all their insect control and insecticide applications. All healthy lawns have some insects, but a well-balanced ecosystem can be thrown off, especially by hot, dry weather or poor topsoil.
When insects reach infestation levels in your lawn, you must step in. But what can you do to control an overpopulation of ants, grub worms, chinch bugs, lawn moths, spiders, and other nasty pests which make themselves at home in your lawn before it happens? Storm – The Lawn Pro of The Fox Cities LLC will find the best solutions for your specific lawn.
Interested in a five-step program for a healthier lawn?
Reactive Insect Control
It doesn’t take long for skunks, possums, and raccoons to discover there is an overpopulation of grubs in your lawn. These animals can rip up and destroy a large section of your yard in one night. Feeding on pests can also create large patches of dead grass. Many insects that overpopulate in lawns will hatch during the summer heat. In this event, it is time for an insecticide application.
We stand ready to care for your lawn by getting rid of your insect problems. We can apply an insecticide to your property that will bring population levels down to normal, healthy numbers again, which will prevent further damage to your lawn.
Tips to Keep Pests Away
Preventative Insect Control
Mow your lawn high, especially during July and August. Because many insects are hearty enough to do well in hot or sandy soil, they enjoy the thin, short-cut grass, which allows this type of lawn to become an insect resort!
Water your lawn for two hours before going to work in the morning. Do this every seven days in July and August.
Remember to mow your lawn at the highest setting. This will reduce insect pests and prevent infestation.
If you follow proper watering practices, mowing, and fertilizing, within three to five years, you may never need insect control again.
Your lawn will not only look healthy; it will be healthy, thick, and green. Proper watering, mowing, and fertilizing are the best preventative methods of weed control and insect control.
If you have questions or would like to receive a free, no-strings-attached estimate let us know!