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Lawn Disease

An effective lawn disease control service begins by understanding the many types of diseases that can affect the overall health of your plants.

Some of the more common lawn diseases for Fort Wayne and surrounding areas are Snow mold (very common after a winter with heavy snowfall,) Dollar Spot, Rust, and Red Thread. Other lawn diseases can include Leaf Spots, Brown Patches, Pythium Blight, Summer Patches, Striped Smut, Slime Mold, Powdery Mildew, and many more.

Our trained and licensed specialists can provide you with a free lawn and tree care analysis with a custom plan to identify, treat and prevent the various diseases that affect your lawn and landscape. Our knowledge and understanding of the local conditions, grass varieties, and soil types are crucial to know how to successfully approach, protect and cure anything your lawn faces this season.

At Signature Lawn & Treemasters, we are proud to be a locally owned business that has served Northeast Indiana since 2005. Our knowledgeable staff has a combined 100+ years of experience working on lawns and trees in this area.

Contact us today for your free lawn & tree analysis.

Grub Control

White grubs are soil-dwelling larvae of certain scarab beetles.  They feed on the roots of turfgrass and other plants, destroying the plant’s ability to absorb and transport water and nutrients.  White grubs are pudgy, off-white larvae with a brown head and typically are bent in the shape of the letter “C.”  Full-grown length varies from 3/4 to 1 inch.  The white grubs that routinely damage lawns in Indiana are called annual white grubs because they have one generation per year and take one year to complete their life cycle of egg, larva, pupa, and adult.

Signature Lawn & Treemasters has the knowledge of what products and when to apply to protect your lawn from Grub damage.

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