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Armyworms are an invasive type of caterpillars that can destroy your lawn overnight. These pests typically nest in turfgrasses and hide below the surface during the day, emerging at night to dine on blades of grass. In a matter of hours, they’ll cause your lawn to turn from green to brown or blighted and can work their way through the neighborhood.
Fortunately, the team at got lawn? Tree & Turf Care is here to help you fight back. Our treatment for armyworms is a preventive treatment, which provides season-long grub control in a single application. The earlier the treatment is applied, the better the results will be, so we advise treatment in June or July. The key benefits of this treatment include:
While there are some treatment options you could try on your own, it’s often difficult to completely eradicate armyworms without the help of professionals. Some DIY treatments can oftentimes make these infestations worse. Contact got lawn? Tree & Turf Care today to get expert help in treating your lawn and restoring its beauty before the next armyworm invasion hits.
Armyworms are a breed of invasive caterpillars that feast on your lawn. They can vary in color from dark green to a brown color, they have long, orange, white, and brown stripes down the sides of their body, and grow up to 1.5in in length. They are a common species here in Atlanta and have been known to destroy lawns across the state. If an armyworm infestation takes over your lawn there is little that you can do in order to keep your lawn green and healthy. They attack the grass and will leave you with a dull lifeless lawn. By contacting our team we can help you get rid of an armyworm infestation and keep your lawn looking its best.
We aim to offer armyworm control to as many neighbors as we can. In an effort to accomplish this, we offer service to a variety of locations within the state of Georgia. Our broad-cast net ensures we are accessible to many within our community. We offer armyworm control in the following locations: