Want a lush green weed and disease free lawn?
When it comes to taking care of your lawn, there is no better choice than going with the pros at Emerald Lawns!
We know how important your lawn is, and we’re not going to let an infestation of weeds or disease ruin your beautiful greens. Weeds and disease, unfortunately, take away much-needed nutrients from the plants and grass you want to keep around. Luckily for you, we’re here to help with your lawn’s issues!
Are you tired of dealing with lawn problems?
Why is Emerald’s Weed and Disease Control so effective?
- We are Central Texas lawn experts and have the experience of managing thousands of lawns and offering proactive solutions.
- We inspect your lawn and perform an overall health assessment, including regularly monitoring for weed, disease and pest issues.
- We provide treatments if we spot a problem and continue to monitor.
What kind of lawn problems does Emerald take care of?
Broadleaf Weeds such as Henbit, Dandelions, and Thistles
We know the best methods to eliminate these weeds from your lawn as soon as possible. The first line of attack is to grow a thick, vigorous lawn. We can help you do that.
Unfortunately, if you already have weeds, you will need to provide your lawn with extra nutrition. You may need fertilization. This we can also do.
Grassy Weeds such as Poa Annua, Crabgrass, and Nutsedge
These weeds are able to be fully eliminated if you get in touch with us once you spot them.
We have the experience and know-how to get rid of weeds and will do so in the best way possible so you can maintain a healthy lawn.
Lawn Disease Control
Emerald Lawns controls diseases with the application of a variety of products to provide a healthier, more attractive landscape.
We want your landscape investment protected so that disease doesn’t come near it. Our preventative approach is very effective.
However, if you do find your landscape plagued by disease, we will use systemic pesticides whenever possible. These types of pesticide are actually absorbed by the plant itself. They work their way through the plant’s tissues, killing disease and insects as they do. They’re much better for your overall landscape and the environment.