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    Spotlight: Andrew’s Lawn Ranger

    Spotted Lanternfly Suppression – The instars are here, and soon the adults will be flying around! If you haven’t seen them yet, you will. This year is predicted to be worse than last year. They will be feeding all summer, then laying eggs for next year’s brood. Monthly treatments should be done now to host trees. Our foliar applications target each life cycle of the SLF. Treating now will help kill the adults, and any of the instars that have not yet matured, and prevent them from becoming annoying flying adults.  

    Core Aeration and Over-seeding – Core aeration is a mechanical process that pulls plugs from your lawn in order to relieve soil compaction, and increase turf root growth.  Spot thatching and hand raking will be done where needed.  This is also a key step in the seeding process, and helps prepare the soil to aid in seed germination. Our aeration machines are run on a double pass, with the second pass on a cross pattern, to ensure maximum coverage.

    Flea, Tick and Mosquito Suppression – Fleas and ticks are here, and mosquitos are around in large numbers this year, due to early rains and high than usual temperatures. Let us help you enjoy your time outdoors with monthly visits to treat your property. Applications are done by fogging the perimeter of the property as well as spraying nesting areas.  Plant material around the house ( patio, deck, pool, swing set wood lines if applicable) will also be treated.

    Other services available: Turf Care, Plant Health Care, Aeration and Overseeding, Deer Control.

    Contact our office to set up a consultation. 215-968-8535 or andrewslawnranger@aol.com. Website: Andrewslawnranger.com.

    Licensed Pennsylvania State Applicator BU12287 PA#078821.

    PHOTO CAP: One of our licensed technicians applying a Spotted Lanternfly treatment.

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