Our Lawn Care Services Provide Lawn Disease Treatment Solutions
Our curative treatments along with good lawn maintenance practices will eliminate lawn disease from your property.
Lawns in our area of Idaho are susceptible to a few lawn diseases such as red thread and blight. Calling us at the first sign of any lawn issues is the best way to prevent the rest of your grass from succumbing to disease. We'll quickly treat the disease and then offer lawn care services to nurse your lawn back to health.
When you schedule regular lawn care services, your lawn will be healthy, beautiful, and better prepared to ward off damage from disease in the future.
We offer our treatments in the Treasure Valley, such as Middleton, Star, Eagle, Meridian, and Nampa. Give us a call at 208-585-9400 to schedule a lawn analysis for your property.
We diagnose and treat your property against many of the common lawn diseases in Idaho including:
- Ascochyta leaf blight
- Leaf spot
- Rust fungus
- Brown patch
- Powdery mildew
- Snow mold
- Dollar spot
- Pythium blight
- Summer patch
- Fairy ring
- Red thread
- And more
Ascochyta Leaf Blight Disease
One of the more common lawn diseases throughout our area of the Treasure Valley is ascochyta leaf blight. A sure tell symptom includes large irregular patches of straw-colored turf that appears to look dead.
It mostly affects the leaf blade; blades usually start dying from the tips, not from the crown or roots. Causes can include drought stress, poor watering conditions, and mowing with a dull blade.
Turf can usually bounce back after a few weeks with good lawn care practices including proper watering, mowing with a sharp blade and not during wet weather, applying fertilizer, and keeping uniform soil moisture.
Our blight control involves correctly diagnosing and treating your turf for this disease to prevent it from causing any further damage to your lawn.
Red Thread Disease
Another common lawn disease in our area is a fungal-based condition known as red thread. Oftentimes, you will notice a tinge of red color in the leaf blade. The first step to treating red thread is to identify it correctly, and that's what our team will do.
Our red thread control will clear your lawn of this disease so it won't cause any further damage to your lawn.
You'll want to schedule our service as soon as possible so we can quickly come out and administer our curative treatment. This will rid your lawn of this disease and prevent red thread from spreading throughout your turf.
Let our team prevent this disease from impacting the health of your lawn and detracting from your curb appeal!
Red thread and leaf blight most commonly affect Kentucky bluegrass, perennial ryegrass, and tall fescue.
Good maintenance practices are the best form of prevention against lawn disease.
Once any lawn diseases are repaired it will be important to maintain the health of your lawn. Our season-long lawn care services are a great overall program for lawn health.
These services will greatly improve your lawn's ability to fight off disease, insects, and weeds. We recommend the following lawn care services to grow a disease-resistant lawn:
- Lawn Fertilization - Our lawn fertilization service will provide your lawn with the nutrients that it needs to grow, which is important as your lawn is recovering from red thread.
- Aeration - Reducing the compaction of your soil allows your grass to access those vital nutrients more easily, thereby improving the health of the root zone.
- Overseeding - Overseeding is a great way to fill in thinning grass and will also grow new grass in previously-damaged areas.
Give us a call today to schedule a lawn analysis.
As soon as you notice signs of any lawn issues, give us a call at 208-585-9400 to schedule an analysis and treatment.
We offer our lawn care services to residential, commercial, and HOA property owners located throughout the Treasure Valley, including Middleton, Star, Eagle, Meridian, and Nampa, ID.
We've been keeping our customers' lawns healthy for 13 years and we look forward to serving you and your property soon!