Colorado Lawn Mite Control
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All of Colorado is in a drought.
According to the United States Drought Monitor, over 90 percent of our state is experiencing a severe drought. The drought is expected to persist or intensify through February, 2013. Denver received 54 percent less precipitation in October and November in 2012 than in 2011.
Our current combination of cool temperatures and lack of moisture increase the probability of lawn mite infestations.
Fall clover mites and other mites feast on your lawn when it is dormant...but the infestation won't be apparent until Spring, w hen the lawn is already damaged.
While the lawn regains its green shade, mite-damaged portions will remain brown. These parts of the lawn are dead and will require replacement.
Mite control means healthier lawns, trees and shurbs.
Swingle’s lawn mite control program is composed of monthly applications over the course of the dryer fall, winter, and spring time periods. These applications help prevent lawn damage.
Mites threaten trees, too. Mites that infest evergreens are particularly damaging killing or making plants unsightly for years to come.Swingle's two-step Treatment and Inspection insect control program is an effective preventive measure.
For a free inspection from an expert Landscape Care Consultant and $15 off any new service, call Swingle or complete the form below.