Ottawa, MI Organic Lawn and Tree Care Services
Certified Tree Arborist
Tired of pushing that fertilizer spreader? Unhappy with your gardens? Lawn care maintenance can be a difficult task, so leave the hard work to the professionals. Let American Lawn and Tree Arborists keep you lawn and landscapes healthy with their certified Arborist. Contact us today to solve your problems and improve your landscapes in Ottawa, MI.
Healthy trees and lawns are the center of beautiful landscapes and add value to your properties. Let American Lawn and Tree Arborists protect your valuable assets. Trouble free lawn and tree care in Ottawa, MI is only a phone call away. Contact us today to setup a consultation for all of you lawn and tree care needs.
Weed Control, Lawn Maintenance, Organic Fertilization, Tree Service in Ottawa, Michigan
We Cure Sick Trees!
Trees and shrubs should receive a combination of preventive treatments and control treatments as needed to take care of a wide variety of insect problems throughout the year. Selected treatments will improve nutrient imbalances, control pests, and enhance overall plant health and color. Along with treatments, selective pruning to remove dead or damaged areas will restore your plants to their natural form and size. This improves the health and vigor of your landscape. If you are in Ottawa and would like to setup a visit by one of our lawn care specialists you can reach us at (800) 404-3033 or fill out our contact form.
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”.