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It's time to schedule these services
1. Preventative Grub Control Yes we can now prevent grubs. Don't worry about your lawn being eaten. Best applied mid July and be effective to control the fall infestation of grubs.
2. Webworm Treatment Looks like we may be in for another big webworm summer. We can handle them. We only treat trees with visable signs of webworm activity.
3. Fall Fescue Aeration and Seeding Do you already have fescue or maybe thin, bare, shady areas that need seeding? We offer hydroseeding or can just broadcast our seed blend with our spreader. Call for a quote or we can send someone by to leave an estimate.
4. Mole Control This application usually requires 3 treatments per year.
5. Soil Ammendments Did you have a soil test and sulphur, lime, or organic ammendments were recommended?
Reply to this email or call right away for prices or to schedule extra services 680-0077
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travelinmatt wrote:

How blindingly clueless you are! It's not an email you sent, you don't have an area code for the phone number and you don't say where you're located.
Peddle your spam elsewhere, schmuck.
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Take the information for what it is worth and don't worry that a company sent it out.
1. If you want to prevent grubs, now is the time to appy the products to do so. It helps with the environment because treating now with the specific product for grubs is a lot less toxic than treating after they are already doing damage to the turf and the lawn company has to use a general pest control that kills a lot more insects including the beneficial ones.
2. Webworms are all over the south. Rather than let them do any further damage to very expensive trees in your landscape, get them sprayed. There are a lot of very environmentally responsible ways to treat the infestations. Just treat them so you don't lose your investments.
3. Fall is fast approaching. The best time to seed a good local blend of fescue varieties. If you have shady, thin, bare, or existing fescue areas then it will be time to seed in September. It's not cheap or easy work so you should start to prepare the soil for better germination rates.
4. A soil test from a local reputable lawn company or extension office will check for your pH. If the soil pH is too hi or low then the plant investments in your landscape including your turfgrass will not be able to absorb the correct nutrients it needs to remain healthy. If you have had a pH test with bad results then late summer heat will be that much worse on your plants. Amendments to the soil the correct pH or soil structure will go a long way from now through winter to prevent more damage.
We care about everyones environment and want to be a reliable resource for anyone anywhere. We are a locally owned company and only treat lawns in the Greater Oklahoma City Metro area but are happy to answer questions from anywhere. We have been to a lot of conferences around the country and have made friends with many reputable companies. Maybe we can help you find what you are looking for. We don't want to spam. We just want to help make our environment look good with professionals doing the work correctly.
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