Insects

Read to learn how to deal with pests in your lawn.

If you have a brown spot or spots on your lawn and there is not any obvious reason, you may have a problem with pests in your soil. There are a number of pesticides available to deal with many of these problems.

If possible, it is best to minimize the use of broad spectrum pesticides to minimize exposure to them in general.

Also, there are a number of helpful insects that you will kill off as well if you use a general purpose pesticide. And some of these are useful in minimizing or eliminating the bad ones.

We prefer controls that target specific pests.

BigFoot Lawn Tips

  • Watering Tips

    Apply 1.5” of water, per week in early morning. Avoid watering in the afternoon because a large percentage of the water is lost to evaporation. Avoid evening watering because a prolonged drying period can increase fungal disease. Increase watering frequency during hot periods. To maintain a lush lawn during the hot periods of the summer […]

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  • Moss

    Moss can be a problem area, especially in humid, shady areas. Here are some recommendations to deal with it. If you have a problem with moss where you don’t want it, you need to take a look at the area where you are having a problem. You may have a drainage problem, or the area […]

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