Without the proper care, various pests can creep and crawl onto your property. Ticks are particularly dangerous. They’re hard to detect and carry serious diseases, like Lyme disease. If you have a large yard and are in an area that’s at high risk for ticks, then you might be wondering what you can do to repel these tiny pests. You can’t possibly keep your whole lawn protected from ticks—can you?
You probably don’t need us to tell you that ticks are bad news. Best-case scenario, they are creepy little critters that can easily hitchhike into your house on a human or a pet, and they can be very hard to remove from skin. Worst-case scenario, these tiny bugs can cause debilitating, lifelong illness. If you have animals or you live in a wooded location, tick treatment for your yard could be a crucial way to keep your family and pets safe this summer.
You probably already know that you need to check yourself, your children, and your pets for ticks after being outside in a tick infested area. This is a tedious process, and it’s even more tedious if you do find a tick—those things are hard to remove! If everyone would treat lawns for ticks, then these unwanted guests would be a much smaller problem.
There’s nothing better than a great weekend spent in your backyard. We all count down to the warm months and dream of spending countless hours growing a garden, playing catch, and just enjoying the sunshine.
However, there are plenty of insects who wait for the same months to enjoy your yard as well—and some of them aren’t harmless creatures. Ticks are one of the pests who enjoy your shrubs, grass, trees, and the dampest parts of your property in many areas. To prevent ticks from becoming a part of your sweet summertime, it’s important that you invest in a tick treatment for your yard if you live in a tick-heavy area!
In this video Joe Konkol of Greenskeeper Lawn Care talks about some of the issues home owners tend to get into when taking care of their lawn on their own – and offers a few good suggestions to help them prevent problems down the road.
A lot of people can do this themselves if they have the time and the knowledge. But what happens is people get all excited and we go through a winter, there’s snow, people are inside hunkering down. Then it starts getting nice and everybody gets excited, they go to the garden store, they get their spreader, they get their fertilizer. They come home all excited, get their first app down. And that’s it.
Getting ready for your grass to start growing again? Well, that’s not all that grows …
In this video I talk about the different types of crabgrass and when they pop up, and how the government is responsible! (conspiracy theory?)
Joe Konkol here of Greenskeeper Lawn Care. I’m here to give you a few tips on crabgrass. This is the time of the season we put down our crabgrass pre-emergent. And here is a fact that you may not know. In the 1849 I believe, United States Government actually introduced crabgrass to help feed the plains animals. And if they only knew that this was going to turn into a multi-million or maybe billion dollar business for trying to keep it out.