Spotted lanternflies are surging again in our area. Here’s how to protect your trees from spotted lanternflies in Southeastern PA.
The best defense against crabgrass is a healthy lawn. However, if crabgrass has become established in your lawn, it will take more than good maintenance to get rid of it.
A warm-weather plant, crabgrass spreads quickly during the summer. The first frost kills crabgrass, but the seeds remain behind, and will start to grow when it gets warm again.
Application of a pre-emergent herbicide is the best line of defense. However, timing, temperature, uniformity of application, and other factors are critical to success.
Killing active crabgrass
If you already have active crabgrass, our lawn treatments can be customized to include a post-emergent herbicide, which will help eliminate crabgrass from your lawn.
Let us make your lawn crabgrass-free. Contact us for an evaluation and a customized lawn care plan.