Grubs! Save your lawn before it’s too late.

What are grubs? Chances are you’ve heard of grubs – the white, menacing creatures that destroy your lawn from the roots up. These voracious insects are actually the larvae of Japanese beetles, and they tend to appear in late summer and feed on the roots of your lawn....

Weed of the week: Henbit

Henbit is a winter annual broadleaf weed. Preferring cool, moist areas and commonly grows in fields, pastures, gardens, nursery plots, turf areas, waste areas, and along the edges of yards and buildings. Although Henbit prefers cooler areas, it can be found throughout...

Weed of the week: Thymeleaf Speedwell

Also known by its scientific name, Veronica serpyllifolia, Thymeleaf Speedwell is a perennial broadleaf weed that can be found in much of the country. This weed thrives in moist to wet environments, including woods, slopes and hillsides, grassy areas and waste areas....

All about weeds – Indianapolis weed control.

At this time of year our customers are concerned about one thing: weeds. Weeds are obvious. You have them or you don’t. You have a lot or a few. It’s pretty clear. The most noticeable weed this time of year is the Dandelion. It's bright yellow flower stands out...

Weed of the week: White Clover

Commonly known as Honeysuckle clover, White Clover is a winter perennial broadleaf weed and common to central Indiana. This weed grows best in moist soils that are low in nitrogen levels, although it can adapt to grow in many different soils. White Clover forms...

Lawn Pride Weed of the Week: Ground Ivy

Also referred to as Creeping Charlie, Gill-over-the-ground, Cats-foot and Field Balm, Ground Ivy is a perennial broadleaf weed that can be found in moist, well shaded areas, but can also tolerate full sunlight. Ground Ivy thrives throughout the continental United...

Lawn Pride Weed of the Week: Dandelions

Dandelion is a tap rooted perennial weed that prefers open and disturbed areas that receive a lot of sun: lawns, gardens, dilapidated meadows, vacant lots, and along railroads and roadsides. Dandelion is one of the most recognizable weeds and is found in every state...

Lawn Pride grass of the week: Kentucky Bluegrass

Ironically, Kentucky Bluegrass is not from Kentucky. It's actually native to Europe. It is presumed that the seed of Kentucky Bluegrass was brought by early settlers and it took root rather quickly, so to speak. The name is derived from its blue flowers that appear if...

Our first application: The first step to controlling weeds.

Spring is officially here, and we have started our first round of applications. Our first application is designed to jumpstart your lawn and start attacking weeds before they emerge.  The first application is basically a blast of fertilizer to kick things off for the...