Oakland Township, MI Organic Lawn and Tree Care Services
Certified Tree Arborist
Why pay for 6 or 7 lawn care treatments per year? Americans' program requires only 4 visits per year while providing a landscape beautiful enough for a postcard. We utilize organic fertilizers and natural compounds in all of our lawn and tree care programs. We provide free consultations in Oakland Township, MI so contact us today to setup a visit with an expert lawn and tree care professional.
Worried about ground water contamination in Oakland Township, MI? We are! Talk to our state certified best management practices expert about our organic fertilizers and natural compounds used in our lawn and tree care services. Contact American Lawn and Tree Arborists today to setup a free consultation with an expert.
Weed Control, Lawn Maintenance, Organic Fertilization, Tree Service in Oakland Township, Michigan
We Cure Sick Trees!
We provide season-long protection against damaging lawn grubs. An unprotected lawn can be wiped out completely before the homeowner even knows the pests are there. We also eradicate summer lawn-damaging insects, such as sod webworms and chinch bugs. If disease threatens your lawn, we use organic disease control to stop the spread of almost any disease. If you are having a problem with lawn grubs in Oakland Township, you can phone our customer hotline (800) 404-3033 or fill out our contact form and a Lawn Specialist will be dispatched to your home to take care of the problem.
Lawn Care News from the Blog of Doc Pickhardt
Lawn Insects in Florida
Chinch bugs are the most important lawn insect pests of St. Augustine grass. Lawn damage most often occurs in very hot dry weather but can occur anytime, usually in the sunniest areas of your grass. There are several home owner products that are labeled for chinch bugs in your lawn. Be careful to follow the label directions so it is safe for you and your St. Augustine lawn. Cinch bug damage is often confused with other lawn diseases.
Be careful with your diagnosis. If you have any further questions, “Ask the Doc”.