Lawn Doctor Hudsonville MI Lawn Services
Your lawn deserves the top lawn care in Hudsonville MI and Grandville MI, and you will find it at Lawn Doctor Hudsonville MI. Their lawn specialists live in the same community as you, so they know what they are talking about regarding local climate and soil conditions. The neighborhood will marvel over your healthy, beautiful lawn!
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- Hudsonville, MI 49426
Lawn Doctor has been providing lawn care, tree and shrub care and pest control for over 46 years.
Popular lawn care Hudsonville MI services include:
Grubs are the larval stage of several types of beetles, such as Japanese beetles and masked chafers. Big patches of browned grass that readily lift up could indicate an infestation of grubs. The soil could also seem soggy. If birds, skunks or raccoons are digging into your turf, that could mean the presence of grubs.
This annual weed has two main types – smooth crabgrass and hairy or large crabgrass. Both types of crabgrass generally germinate in late spring. They disrupt the appearance of your lawn, typically spreading fast with a lighter color and broader blades than your other grass.
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They offer lawn care Hudsonville MI services engineered to control:
- Bed Weeds
- Lawn Weeds
- Chinch Bugs
Billbugs feed on the roots of turfgrass underneath thatch. The greatest damage typically occurs between the middle and end of summer. Correct fertilization and irrigation is important for dealing with billbug damage. Early and accurate detection is also important. Billbugs can be mistaken for other pests, such as white grubs.
This annual summer weed is generally found in turfgrass soil that does not have sufficient nitrogen. Black medic has three leaflets and may sometimes be confused with clover. Black medic produces flowers that are bright yellow and seeds in coiled black pods.
Lawn Doctor of Hudsonville-Grandville Michigan is owned and operated by Randy DeVries.
Hudsonville, Jenison, Grandville, Byron Center
Mon-Fri: 9 a.m. – 4 p.m.