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Best Insect And Disease Control In Tennessee

Bugs can be a big problem for homeowners. They destroy lawns, find tiny entrances to your home, and cause health risks to your family. But there's one company dedicated to using the best products to keep your home safe and clean of all pests: Jamison Pest and Lawn.

We are proud of the lawn care services we provide. Our professionals have received extensive training, and all use state-of-the-art equipment. We have trained technicians ready to tackle any problem your lawn may have. Whether it's a pest infestation or disease prevention, we can help you maintain your green space for years to come.

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Grubs are beetle larvae that feed on the grass, causing lawn damage in late spring and early summer.

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Fire ants

These ants build mounds in the lawn and burrow tunnels to feast on subsurface seeds. They are aggressive and will join together to attack, repeatedly stinging, so keep them away from loved ones and pets.

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Armyworms are common in the southern United States, and they feed on grass blades during the summer. When armyworms move through a grassy area, they leave brown patches

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Sod Webworms

Sod webworms cause unsightly damage that spreads swiftly. They eat on grass blades, just like armyworms, and form brown areas on your lawn. Sod webworms cause the most damage between June and September.

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Best Lawn Care Company In Tennessee

When you have the Jamison Pest and Lawn's lawn care team working for you, your home's exterior — and ultimately, its value — will take on a whole new look.

Our experts will make it a point to use their expertise to assess problems with insects and diseases that are threatening your property. With years of experience in lawn care, we can help with everything from diagnosis to treatment of every issue holding you back from enjoying a beautiful landscape.

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But Why Isn't Insect And Disease Control Included As A Part Of My Regular Program?

That's a great question, and there are several reasons.

First, the EPA and state law mandates that each insect or disease infestation be identified as a "target pest" before applying a "product or chemical," meaning, no routine or preventive application of a pesticide may be made for problems that may, or may not occur.

Most insect and disease problems are not readily predictable from season to season, and therefore, the inclusion of such treatments within a regular program is outside the law.