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Similar to sod webworms (the larvae of lawn months), chinch bugs are tiny bugs that feed on grasses. These bugs aren’t easily seen, but the damage they create is visible; if you’ve begun to spot sunken, irregular or large brown patches in your grass, chinch bugs may be the culprit. That means now is the time to call the professionals at TruGreen in Lindsay and get the customized, timely and effective chinch bug control required to get your yard back in good shape. With professional irrigation, fertilization and treatment applications that are tailored to your lawn’s exact needs — and that take a science-based approach — you can enjoy a pest-free yard.Targeted chinch bug prevention and control from TruGreen
Homeowners want their land and landscape to be healthy and beautiful; a task which can often be challenging. At TruGreen®, we appreciate that the various aspects of landscaping are already time- and energy-intensive without having to worry about a pest infestation too. Fortunately, if you’re experiencing the threat of chinch bugs in your land and landscape, you can count on us for chinch bug control in Lindsay. After all, our aim is to eliminate problem pests before they can do any lasting damage to your green space.
The experts at your local TruGreen are your first line of defence against the infestations that commonly compromise Lindsay landscapes. Should you notice chinch bugs in your lawn and landscape, now is the time to arrange chinch bug control rather than attempt to treat it yourself, which could result in plant damage or injury. Find out how our trained experts in Lindsay will inspect your greenery, determine the right solution and return for follow-up inspections throughout the season.
Several types of pests and diseases can cause significant harm to your land and landscape. It could be grubs, caterpillars or pests that are known to spread indoors if left untreated — including ants, cockroaches, rodents and spiders — or it could even be emerald ash borer (EAB), which devastates ash tree populations all over North America. Fortunately, we're on hand to help should you begin seeing chinch bugs in your land and landscape.
The key to preventing pest infestations from spreading is calling in the experts at your earliest opportunity. In fact, taking on problem pests on your own can sometimes lead to compromised results — or even further damage — so make sure you turn to TruGreen for chinch bug control in Lindsay with guaranteed results.
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TruGreen will gladly visit your property as often as needed between scheduled visits to make any necessary adjustments and to ensure your satisfaction