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February 15, 2019 0 Comments

Why Emerald Ash Borer Treatment Is Essential

Discovered in 2002, emerald ash borer (EAB) is a wood-boring beetle from Asia that over the next two decades could infest every unprotected ash tree (including the green ash tree) in North America. Jay-Lan Lawn Care defines EAB, addresses its symptoms, and discusses the available emerald ash borer treatment options.

Background & Symptoms


This infamous insect spreads extremely fast and has already killed millions of ash trees since its discovery. Specific to the United States, confirmed EAB sightings have been made across the Midwest, including Iowa and Minnesota, and as far east as New York and Maryland. The emerald ash borer lays its eggs on an ash tree’s bark, and when the eggs hatch the larvae burrow through the bark and start eating the tree’s sapwood. Consumption of sapwood unbalances water flow from the tree’s roots to its canopy, causing dehydration. Eventually, the entire tree dies.


One of the many reasons EAB is so nefarious is that outward symptoms are virtually impossible to detect. Only as the disease spreads do symptoms manifest. These include:

  • New branches growing from the lower trunk
  • Premature fall coloration
  • Dead, leafless branches at the top of the tree
  • D-shaped exit holes confirming the larvae’s path
  • Unusual frequency of woodpeckers feeding on the tree
  • A collective decline in the health of a group of ash trees


Given the high risk of EAB spreading between trees, there is tremendous urgency to administer tree disease treatment immediately upon detection. The best time to treat a tree for EAB is spring or fall, and there are several options for treatment. These include:

Bark Spray

A bark spray treatment consists of a special insecticide that is applied by a sprayer and covers the bottom five or six feet of a tree. Once the formula is absorbed into the bark, it spreads throughout the tree. The bark spray solution only needs to be applied once a year.  

Trunk Injection

Administered every 1 – 3 years, a trunk injection is facilitated via a hole that’s drilled through the bark. The hole penetrates the bark and the outer sapwood, and then an insecticide is injected. When properly administered by a licensed professional like our local lawn care company, a trunk injection can achieve a 90% success rate in the treatment of EAB. Not surprisingly, this is by far the most effective method of attacking EAB.

Soil Drench

With a soil drench, the insecticide comes in liquid or granule form and is spread atop the ground surrounding the tree, whereby it’s watered into the soil. This option looks to deliver the formula to the trees roots, which will then distribute the formula to the rest of the tree.

Tree Removal

This is the only treatment option with a 100% success rate of controlling EAB, and it only requires one attempt, but the obvious drawback is that you risk losing a tree that may be more than a hundred years old. Replacing it with a new tree is possible, since EAB leaves no lingering after-effect as long as the infected tree is properly removed and disposed of.

Call Us Before Acting

Emerald ash borer damage is serious business, and it’s important that the aforementioned options are handled by professionals. If you suspect your tree may be suffering from EAB, contact our Sioux City lawn care company today and we’ll conduct an onsite review.

January 30, 2019 0 Comments

What Can Insects REALLY Do To Your Yard?

Jay-Lan Lawn Care takes great pride in maintaining its customers’ lawns, which is why it’s frustrating when insects try and undo our hard work. Here we discuss various insects, the problems they can cause, and why it’s important to utilize our Sioux City insect control expertise when necessary.

Japanese Beetles

If you’ve spent any time caring for your lawn, chances are you’ve heard of the Japanese beetle. Unlike some insects that seek to stay out of sight, it’s not uncommon to actually see Japanese beetles on your lawn, where they enjoy feeding on grass and laying their eggs in the soil. These insects also like to inhabit gardens, where they can dine on fruits, vegetables, and flowers. The presence of Japanese beetles usually preludes dying patches of grass in your lawn, caused by their larvae. If this happens to you, contact our nearby lawn service and arrange for a treatment, which may include eco-friendly lawn chemicals.

Lawn Grubs

Lawn grubs are the larvae of several beetle types, including the aforementioned Japanese beetle and the common June beetle. Grubs can pose a big problem in Iowa and the greater Midwest, due to the fact that irrigation (specifically, sprinklers) is commonplace in order to keep grass and flowers from dying. The dying patches of dead lawn referenced above are the result of grubs devouring grass roots. Making matters worse is the fact that certain predators (skunks, raccoons, and the like) will burrow into these dead patches in search of grubs to eat. Thankfully, our lawn treatment expertise includes several solutions for expunging grubs from your lush, green lawn.

Chinch Bugs

Though these insects are tiny in size (only 1/20 of an inch), they pack a big punch. In the absence of professional lawn care in Sioux City, chinch bugs will suck the juices and nutrients from your grass, especially in sunny parts of the lawn. And not only do they deprive your grass of its juices, chinch bugs also secrete a toxin that loosens the grass from the soil. Given their diminutive size, these insects are tough to spot unless you crouch down to close to the grass. However, they commonly dwell amongst a lawns’ thatch layer, which is why many of our customers will have us dethatch their lawn as an effective means of control.

Mole Crickets

On the list of the Top 10 insects posing the biggest danger to a lawn, mole crickets are at or very near the top. True to their name, mole crickets tunnel through soil. In the process they’ll feed on anything in their way:  decaying plant matter, other insects, and grass roots. And while mole crickets prefer doing their dirty work in moist soil, the truth is they’ll wreak havoc pretty much anywhere. Evidence of mole crickets includes grass that has a spongy feel when walked on – this is caused by dead or dying grass that lacks roots. Another clue is the presence of irregularly-shaped brown patches in the lawn, and finger-width tunnels in the soil.

Siouxland Insect Control Experts

Maintaining a beautiful, healthy lawn is a year-round job, and the experts at Jay-Lan Lawn Care are up to the task. Insect abatement and extermination are two of our many services, and we look forward to speaking further with you about your unique lawn care needs.

January 15, 2019 0 Comments

What Is Core Aeration?

Core aeration is one of the most beneficial things you can do for your lawn. Most people know that it offers some great benefits, but not many understand exactly what core aeration entails. Jay-Lan Lawn Care takes a closer look.

Core Aeration: an Overview

Core aeration is the process of removing cores (or plugs) of soil from a lawn. To do this properly, our lawn care service near Sioux City uses a machine called a lawn aerator. This device penetrates the soil and removes the aforementioned plugs, leaving behind holes that range from ½-inch – ¾-inch in diameter. With the plugs removed, soil compaction is reduced, allowing more water, air, and nutrients to enter the soil and support your lawn’s growth and overall health.

A similar process called spike aeration involves punching spike into the lawn. However, our local lawn experts recommend core aeration because the bigger holes help your lawn to get more of the resources it needs.

Manual core aerators are available, but our power devices are faster and easier to use.

How Do We Aerate a Lawn?

A lawn is best aerated in spring or fall when the ground is moist and the aeration process isn’t slowed by hard soil. Also, the grass should be as short as possible so that the soil can be extracted quickly and completely. For this reason, we’ll mow your lawn first, with the aeration performed in the mower’s wake so that we’re taking advantage of optimum conditions. Another reason to aerate in short-grass conditions is that the core plugs are left on the grass, where they’ll begin to break down after the first time your lawn is mowed post-aeration. As the plugs break down, microorganisms are released that will eat any thatch (dry/dead grass and roots) that’s present.

Depending on the size and composition of your lawn, you might benefit from core aeration twice a year. This is something we can discuss once you’ve signed on for our lawn care services near Sioux City. We’ll also confirm whether you have any underground sprinkler or septic apparatus that should be avoided during core aeration.

What Benefits Does Core Aeration Provide?

When you choose Jay-Lan Lawn Care for core aeration, your lawn will receive significant benefits. The biggest boon comes in the form of plentiful oxygen reaching the grass’s roots. When soil is too compacted, the pore space around the roots is reduced, which limits the amount of available oxygen. And like any plant, a lawn needs plenty of oxygen in order to absorb water and nutrients, and continue growing.

Along with increased oxygen intake, core aeration offers several more big upsides:

  • Loosening of compacted soil permits the root system to grow faster and healthier
  • Water can better saturate the soil, making it easier to reach the roots
  • Enhanced saturation helps prevent run-off
  • Fertilizer and nutrients have an easier path to the lawn’s roots
  • Dry/dead grass (thatch) is easier to decompose

Work with Aeration Experts

From core aeration and tree trimming to overseeding and general mowing, we care for our customers’ lawns year round. Talk to us today about our approach, our pricing, what kind of lawn chemicals we recommend, and much more.

December 30, 2018 0 Comments

Five Winter Weeds to Beware of This Season

During wintertime in Sioux City, fertilizer isn’t much of a concern – but weed control is. Snow and rain, combined with overall cooler temperatures, create an environment in which certain weeds thrive. Jay-Lan Lawn Care, provider of some of the finest lawn care services in Iowa, looks at five winter weeds you should be wary of.

Annual Bluegrass

This weed isn’t just common in Iowa and the Midwest, it also promulgates nationwide. Of particular concern for golf courses, annual bluegrass is also a pain for businesses and homeowners concerned with lawn care. Characteristics of this weed include boat-shaped leaf tips (which curve up like a boat’s bow), an upright stature, and a height of 3 inches – 12 inches. Annual bluegrass germinates when the mercury drops below 70 degrees, and continues doing so all winter long. Typical seed production is 100 seeds in eight weeks.


Oft found in clearings, under trees, in thickets, and in moist, shady areas, bedstraw is a winter annual with square stems that have short, downward-pointing hooks on the corners. Bedstraw also stands out for its coarse, hairy leaves, its small white flowers, and its hooked spines, which are clingy and hard to remove. At one time, bedstraw’s clinginess was useful for mitigating matting when the weed was used as mattress filling, but now it’s just annoying to homeowners. Thankfully, our local lawn care company has the expertise to remove bedstraw from your landscape.

Shepherd’s Purse

Shepherd’s purse is a prominent member of the mustard weed family: one of the most commonly-found weeds in lawns and flowerbeds. And if you’re out for a walk on a winter’s day, you’re likely to see shepherd’s purse growing in sidewalk cracks and alongside paths. This weed isn’t picky about soil quality, as it will flourish just as well in partly shaded, exceptionally poor soil as it will in well-lit, rich soil. Shepherd’s purse can attain heights around 18 inches after sprouting from a plant similar to a dandelion.


A winter weed that’s part of the mint family, in some parts of the country it can reach 16 inches tall when fully mature, but in the Midwest this weed’s height usually tops out around six inches. Deadnettle is recognizable by its square stem, purple/pink flowers, and triangular-shaped leaves.  Also, deadnettle starts out droopy but straightens up with age.

Common Chickweed

Another root that should be fair game for our professionally-applied, eco-friendly lawn chemicals is common chickweed. This weed is found in many places: agricultural crops, horticulture plants, turf grass, and nursery settings. Crop plants are especially susceptible to common chickweed because it carries several viruses that can cause significant damage. Classified as a winter annual, common chickweed is discernible by its bright green leaves and white flowers with star-shaped petals. This weed’s seeds can germinate any time of year, particularly in spring and fall.

Work With a Local Siouxland Provider

Contact our local lawn care company and let’s talk further about lawn treatment in winter. We offer decades of expertise that includes proven solutions for preventing these five infamous winter weeds from causing you trouble.

December 15, 2018 0 Comments

Why You Should Hire a Full-Service Lawn Care Provider

The advantages to hiring a full-service lawn care provider are numerous, not least of which is the opportunity to build a strong relationship with a company that will support your lawn month after month, year after year. Jay-Lan Lawn Care considers several more reasons for making the move to full-service.  


As one of the premier lawn care services in Sioux City, and one that’s been a part of the community for more than four decades, we’ve developed a large customer base. As such, we’re able to purchase the latest, greatest professional-grade equipment and supplies and put these to work for our clients at a fraction of what it would cost for an individual to purchase the same items. For example, just for starters, a person would need to buy several rakes (one each for landscaping, thatching, lawn, and leaves), a ride mower (or two or three, depending on lawn size), leaf  tarps, silt spreaders, a power aerator, a leaf blower, and a leaf vacuum.

Of course, this equipment won’t run itself, so then you would need to gain the equivalent of 40 years of experience. This includes not just the art of mowing, trimming, landscaping, etc., but also weed control, the application of lawn chemicals, and much more. Our local lawn care company provides all of these things at a fraction of what they would cost to acquire, so from a budget standpoint hiring Jay-Lan Lawn Care is a no-brainer.

Time Savings

This is probably the number one reason why Siouxland residents hire a full-service lawn care provider.  With everything that modern life entails, rare is the person who has enough time to properly care for their lawn. Disregarding the fact that most people possess only a basic level of lawn care knowledge, you would need to invest an enormous amount of hours researching lawn treatment, application of fertilizer, and everything else your lawn requires. Then there’s the time spent shopping for materials (seed, mulch, etc.), and finally the weekly hours dedicated to maintaining your lawn. Contrast this with the speed at which you could contact our nearby lawn experts and get a quote, and it’s easy to see just how much time you’ll save working with us.


All of us at some point or another have thought about a certain job, say a lawyer or carpenter, and said to ourselves that we could do just as well. And sure, you might have the skills to build a mean birdhouse or talk your way out of a traffic ticket – but when things get serious, wouldn’t you rather ask a carpenter to build your house, or a lawyer to defend you in a lawsuit? The cost will be higher than a DIY scenario, but the results will be far more profitable. Same goes for lawn care: our expertise translates into a great-looking lawn and beautiful landscaping year-round.


Our lawn care service is licensed and insured, which renders you blame-free for any injuries or damages we incur. It also frees you from the responsibility of managing and storing fertilizer, chemicals, and other substances that in untrained hands could be dangerous to individuals and the environment.

Schedule an Appointment Today

Hiring a full-service lawn care provider is a smart move, especially if you want your lawn tended to across all four seasons, in all weather conditions. Contact our lawn care company serving Sioux City and learn more about the variety of services and programs we offer, all tailored to your needs.

November 30, 2018 0 Comments

How Fertilizer In The Fall Helps Your Lawn Look Great In The Spring

Many people, even long-time homeowners, are surprised by the fact that fall, and not spring, is the most important time to put down fertilizer. At Jay-Lan Lawn Care, our lawn treatment specialists understand that fertilizing in the fall is a huge step towards a lush lawn in the spring.

A healthy lawn doesn’t just look and feel good. It also reduces heat, improves air quality, and generates oxygen – all big pluses for your family. Our Sioux City lawn care company will help you achieve these goals, using the following insights as motivation.

Why Is Fall The Perfect Time To Fertilize?

Summer heat is tough on a lot of living things, including lawns. But come fall, cooler temperatures offer the ideal climate in which to optimize a lawn’s overall health. In these milder temps, grass has a better chance to grow strong and build stamina before winter sets in. Also, the moisture generated on a cool fall morning in the form of dew and light frost helps the lawn and soil absorb fertilizer. Interestingly, autumn naturally invigorates grass and lawns, supporting root growth so that everything green looks great come spring. And when you fertilize your lawn, you give autumn’s natural benefits some extra juice.

When In Fall Should You Fertilize?

The pros at our lawn care service near Sioux City recommend fertilizing your lawn 2 – 3 weeks before the ground freezes. This corresponds with the first frost, which usually occurs a few weeks prior to ground freeze. Just confirm the date of the first frost and circle it on your calendar as the time to fertilize.

Regarding time of day, morning or early evening are best. This way, you avoid having to fertilize when daily temperatures are warmest. Make sure you don’t fertilize right before heavy rain, because rainwater leads to runoff and the possibility that you’ll have to fertilize and re-apply your lawn chemicals   all over again. Also, if you’re fertilizing after a day or two after a rainstorm, you should wait until the grass dries before beginning your project.

Many of our customers are curious whether they should mow the lawn before fertilizing, and the answer is yes. We also recommend leaving grass clippings out, as this will help strengthen the roots.

What Kind Of Fertilizer Should You Use?

There are lots of good fertilizers on the market, so let’s consider this question from a chemical point of view. Our many years of providing first-class lawn care services have made us experts on the three nutrients every lawn requires: nitrogen, phosphorus, and potassium. Each offers a unique benefit: for example, phosphorous is integral to establishing a solid foundation of healthy grass and roots, while nitrogen is important in promoting and maintaining strong growth. As for potassium, it enhances a lawn’s resilience to dry spells, heavy foot traffic, and the like. Depending on your lawn’s condition, it may require more of one nutrient than another. This is an area that we can assist you with.

Get a Quote

From weed control and insect control to core aeration and tree trimming, Jay-Lan Lawn Care does it all. Contact us today and let’s talk about a plan to keep your lawn healthy and vibrant year round.

November 15, 2018 0 Comments

What’s Underneath: Fertilizer and Root Development

If you’re a home or property owner, it’s important to consider the benefits that fertilization and healthy lawn chemicals offer to lawns big and small. Why is fertilizer so important for maintaining a lush, healthy lawn? Our lawn care service near Sioux City takes a look.

It’s All About The Nutrients

Even if you’re blessed with great soil on your property, your lawn still won’t get all of the nutrients it needs to be green, thick, and thriving. Think of your soil as a refrigerator: the lawn takes what it needs, but eventually you need to restock. Over time, as your lawn grows and the soil becomes less fertile, you need to refill it with fertilizer.

As a leading local lawn treatment company, we know that the biggest advantage to using fertilizer is that it’s packed with the nutrients your lawn requires. There are six primary nutrients, three of which (oxygen, hydrogen, and carbon) the grass absorbs naturally from air and water. The other three – potassium, nitrogen, and phosphorous – are key ingredients of any good fertilizer. Let’s look closer at the benefits they bring.


This nutrient boosts disease resistance, regulates metabolic processes, and helps the lawn form carbohydrates. Overall, potassium is essential for enhancing your lawn’s overall strength and vigor.


Nitrogen isn’t one of the most common elements in nature, which means that if it’s available, your grass will gobble it up. Why does your lawn crave nitrogen? Because it facilitates protein development, which in turn helps the grass generate new tissue.


This is a real “wonder nutrient”. Phosphorous is key to good lawn care because it improves vitality, increases size, and most importantly, stimulates root growth.

Three more important nutrients are included in fertilizer, though not to the same extent as the three mentioned above. One of these nutrients, sulfur, is found in many of the proteins your lawn needs for good root development. Another nutrient is magnesium, which helps the grass process sunlight. Last but not least is calcium, which plants use in their cell membranes to stimulate growth and minimize toxicity. Calcium also improves soil structure.

Organic Fertilizer or Synthetic?

Having provided lawn care services to the Sioux City area for more than 30 years, we’ve seen a lot of different fertilizers. Today, you can separate fertilizers into two categories: organic and synthetic. Each has its advantages.

Organic Fertilizer

Composed of organic material (i.e. plant meal and composted manure) and mineral deposits, the most important characteristic of organic fertilizer is that it’s not water-soluble, and therefore its nutrients are delivered to your lawn at a slow rate. Thus, organic fertilizers are best laid in the fall so the grass can reap the benefits come spring.

Synthetic Fertilizer

Synthetic fertilizer is made via the chemical processing of raw materials. Unlike organic fertilizer, synthetic varieties are water-soluble and thus can be accessed by your lawn almost immediately. This makes synthetic fertilizer a good choice in early spring, when the soil is still cold and its microbes are not yet active.

Schedule Lawn Care Service

Fertilization, weed control, tree trimming, and overseeding: Jay-Lan Lawn Care does it all and more. Contact us today for a quote and we’ll keep your landscaping in top shape all year long.

October 30, 2018 0 Comments

Pet-Friendly Lawn Treatments To Prevent Pests

At the very least, mosquitoes, ticks, and fleas are a nuisance to humans and pets. But at worst, these disease-carrying insects can have life-threatening consequences for our animal companions. Unfortunately, insecticides can be just as dangerous to pets who spend part of their day rummaging through the grass. For this reason, Jay-Lan Lawn Care in Sioux City embraces pet-friendly lawn treatment. Let’s take a look at some of our solutions.

Organic Insecticides

The word “organic” is ubiquitous these days, and it certainly applies to the lawn care industry. With news coming out almost daily regarding the negative impact that chemical insecticides have on humans, pets, and the environment, it’s essential that your lawn care company avoid harmful lawn chemicals and use only safe, organic insecticides. That’s exactly what our lawn firm serving Siouxland does, incorporating solutions like Diatomaceous earth (DE). DE is a naturally-occurring sedimentary rock that is crushed into powder and sprinkled on a lawn. This impressive, Earth-born insecticide is perfectly safe around kids and animals, but deadly for pests like ticks, cockroaches, and fleas.

Yard Care

Along with organic insecticides, taking the right approach to yard maintenance can be a big deterrent to harmful pests. Expert yard not only ensures the aesthetics of your home, but contributes to insect control and grub control. For example, finding the balance between a well-irrigated lawn and one that’s oversaturated with water mean less puddles and moist spots for fleas and mosquitos to multiply. Likewise, consistent bush trimming and regular removal of heavy growth and brush will discourage termites and carpenter ants from taking root. Also, as anyone who has walked through a field knows, insects of all varieties love lurking in weeds and tall grass. By mowing the lawn regularly, we deny these bugs the tall grass they congregate in, especially in the hot summer months.

Another important step is to keep the lawn clutter-free. This means removing aluminum cans, tires, trash, old furniture, etc. – anything where water can pool and thus serve as a congregation point for a multitude of bugs.

Bring On The Predators

Insects love preying on humans and pets, so why not turn the tables? Gardeners nationwide share a common belief that ridding one’s lawn of pests requires the presence of these pests’ natural predators. Birds love to feast on insects, so why not build a birdhouse within your lawn/garden? Frogs and toads are always hungry for ticks, mosquitos, and fleas, so it’s a good idea to put a toad house or two around your lawn. Ladybugs are another predator you should welcome to your lawn.

On a much smaller scale, another biological pest control solution to embrace are nematodes: microscopic roundworms that love soil and are parasitic to all of the pests we’ve mentioned above.

Call the Siouxland Lawn Care Professionals

The best solution to maintaining a lawn that’s safe for humans and pets is a combination of all three treatments discussed here. Count on Jay-Lan Lawn Care to maintain your yard and apply the right organic insecticides. At the same time, welcome the presence of birds, ladybugs, frogs, and microbes that will exercise insect control in the way that nature intends.

October 15, 2018 0 Comments

Five Ways a Professional Lawn Care Service Can Keep Your Yard Greener

Having served the Siouxland region for over 40 years, Jay-Lan Lawn Care has provided professional lawn care services to thousands of customers. If you’re wondering how our company can keep your yard greener, we’re happy to share the following five reasons.


We all know that a lawn (taken collectively) is a living plant, and as such needs water not just to survive, but also to attain that lush green look we all want. Mother Nature looks after a lawn’s water needs for most of the year, supplying refreshment via rain and soil. However, it’s during the dry periods in summer and part of fall when the lawn care expertise of our Sioux City experts is most needed. Rather than let your lawn reach that straw-like state that indicates a critical lack of water, count on our company to provide the proper irrigation. This means ensuring your lawn gets 1 – 2 inches of water weekly, or more depending on the heat.

Tending The Soil

There’s an old saying that goes, “A lawn is only as good as the soil it grows in”. For this reason it’s important to have an experienced lawn care service partner that understands how to look after your lawn’s root zone. We have the know-how to optimize the efficiency and condition of your lawn’s roots, including the application of organic matter to consistently improve the soil. This organic matter feeds the billions of helpful bacteria that reside within your lawn, enhancing nutrient production and root mass.

Protection Against Insects and Disease

Left unchecked, insects – specifically, grubs – can wreak havoc on your lawn, in some cases destroying it completely. Also, certain lawn diseases can accelerate the dry-out process, turning your once-verdant lawn into straw. As for weeds, we all know the problems they create. Jay-Lan Lawn Care has the skill and the tools to protect your lawn against these threats. We use safe, organic lawn chemicals to keep insects and disease in check, and our weed control solutions are second-to-none.


Self-fertilizing your lawn once or twice a year isn’t good enough if you want a lawn that’s perpetually lush and green. Fertilizer should be distributed year-round, which is why fertilization is an important component of our lawn care program for customers in Sioux City and surrounding towns. Between spring and late fall we’ll undertake several fertilizer applications, steadily enhancing your lawn’s color and thickness.


Mowing a lawn isn’t a sophisticated job, but cutting the grass to the right height can be tricky. For this reason, contracting with a lawn treatment company in Siouxland is a smart move. Cutting the grass too short hurts a lawn’s root system by reducing the amount of available water conserver and soil conditioner, with the result being a discolored lawn. Avoiding this problem necessitates an expert’s touch, and our lawn pros know to cut off only 1/3 of the grass length with every mow. Doing this ensures the health of your grass, especially since we sharpen our lawn mower blades a few times a year to ensure effectiveness.

Connect with Your Local Lawn Care Company

Jay-Lan Lawn Care has extensive expertise in all facets of lawn care, from weed control and fertilizer to tree trimming and core aeration. If you’re interested in hiring one of the best lawn care companies in Sioux City, contact us today for a quote and a consultation.

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