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Lawn Pest Control

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Protect Your Lawn and Your Family from Flea and Tick-Transmitted Diseases in Northeast Ohio: Tips from Grass Master

A mild winter can spell trouble with fleas and ticks. In Northeast Ohio, these pesky insects become active from February through December. Fleas and ticks are not just an enemy of your pets, they can transmit disease to humans. You want to ensure a flea-free and tick-free lawn so all members of your family – […]

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How to Prevent and Kill Grubs

Imagine there’s an invisible enemy of your yard, destroying your grass from underground. Sounds terrible, right? It could be happening, in the form of small, caterpillar-like creatures called grubs. What are grubs? Grubs are beetle larvae. In Ohio, June beetles (sometimes called June bugs), May beetles and Japanese beetles are common pests. All begin as

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Mole Control

How can I stop moles from destroying my lawn? Have you ever stepped outside only to be greeted with little mounds of dirt peeking out of your lawn? If so, you know a mole is making himself at home. Damage inflicted by moles goes more than surface deep. Besides leaving unsightly dirt piles and tunnels

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