Fall Armyworm Invasion

Fall Armyworm Invasion

Should I be concerned about Armyworms? In a typical fall season, armyworms are not a big concern for our region, and the last major infestation was in 2014. Fall armyworms are not indigenous to our area and do not overwinter here. Instead, they are larval of a moth...
White Grub Control in Turf

White Grub Control in Turf

What Is a White Grub? White grubs can be one of the most damaging insects to your turf and unfortunately, the better the grass, the more likely the grubs are to attack. Grubs are the larval stage of several large beetles – June Bugs, May Beetles, Masked Chafer...
How to Control Bagworms

How to Control Bagworms

What are Bagworms?You’ve seen them hanging from evergreens and spruce trees every summer. Left unchecked bagworm populations will grow to damaging levels very quickly. One adult bagworm can produce over 1,000 baby bagworms.When to Spray BagwormsLate May to early June...
How to Bring in a Sample

How to Bring in a Sample

If you have a problem in your lawn or landscape, the Grass Pad has the knowledge and products to steer you in the right direction. Over the last 60 years, our staff has come across almost every lawn problem imaginable. In our experience, 99% of all the problem spots...
Control for Emerald Ash Borer

Control for Emerald Ash Borer

The past few years the two most talked about insects were the Japanese beetle and emerald ash borer. If you act now, this could be the year you get out ahead of these plundering pests and control aphids, scale and sawfly larvae at the same time. What Are the Signs of...