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. Read More
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. Read More
Dealing with grubs in your lawn? You might be tempted to reach for an over-the-counter grub control product, but you should read this before you do. Jay-Lan Lawn Care has many years of experience helping Siouxland homeowners with lawn pest control, and we’re about to share some of that experience with you: the wrong remedy, applied at the wrong time, is going to waste your scarce time and hard-earned money.
As a homeowner, it’s likely that you’ve spent time and money maintaining your yard and landscaping. Thus, you’ll want to ensure you’re able to enjoy it without dealing with any pests. If you have, or suspect you might have, a grub infestation, how can you deal with it? Following these simple steps, and calling Jay-Lan Lawn Care for insect control, can solve your grub problem.
If insects give you the heebie jeebies, you probably don’t want to see the list of common pests Iowa State University has compiled, or this longer list from Rodale. And if photos make you shiver, you certainly wouldn’t want to see these all-too-common pests up close and personal in your grass or infesting your vegetable garden (much less step on them while out walking barefoot). If you’re one of the countless homeowners dealing with common lawn pests, you’ll want to know what to look out for, and how to deal with them once you find them. Jay-Lan Lawn Care can help.
As the warm weather returns, your grass isn’t the only thing coming out of hibernation. All manner of lawn pests that hunkered down for the winter will be returning just in time for spring. So how do you stop these common critters from decimating your yard? Jay-Lan Lawn Care has answers — and solutions — for Siouxland homeowners.