Ant infestations can be controlled using a drench application.
Learn the numerous methods you can use to treat fire ants outdoors.
Learn how and when to apply insecticide in your turf to control crane fly larvae.
Make sure to inspect your yard before doing a crane fly treatment.
Learn the basics behind trapping and baiting for gophers in your lawn.
Learn the best way to apply gopher repellent in your yard.
Learn the key things to look for when checking for gophers.
Recognizing the surface runways created by voles will be the best indication of vole presence in your yard.
Trapping voles with simple snap-traps will be a very successful way to get rid of moderate vole populations.
Learn how grubs can be prevented and controlled before they wreak havok on your lawn.
In this video we will show you the basics of how to inspect your lawn for grubs.
Make sure to use the methods here to get rid of grubs in your lawn.
In this video, we will not only show you how to find a mole and the tunnels, but in which direction they are running.
Make sure to trap and bait for moles properly to eradicate them.
You can sample spots in your yard to assess the billbug population and if it is worth treating.
Controlling billbug larvae early on is the best way to avoid damage from billbugs in your lawn.
In this video we will show you the two different ways to inspect for chinch bugs.
In this video we will give you the basic tips on how to get rid of chinch bugs to keep your yard alive and thriving.
Controlling mole crickets soon after they hatch will help avoid extensive damage later in the year.
Performing a soap flush test is one of the best ways to make sure Mole Crickets are present in your yard.
If you suspect your lawn is being damaged by Sod Webworms, you can soak a portion of the yard with a soapy water solution.
There are a few things to keep in mind when treating for sod webworms in your lawn.
A combination of insecticide and prevention methods can help you get rid of millipedes.
Follow these simple tips when applying your spring pre-emergents and spring post-emergents, so you can have a beautiful lawn all year long.