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TruGreen is a great service. I don’t have to worry about when to care for my lawn or what product to use. I just have to mow it and it looks great.
- Brian T.
Always explain what and why they are doing an application. The staff is very friendly and always arrive as scheduled and complete the task in a timely manner. Great company to do business with.
- Jim C.
Results! Results! Results! My service technician is always professional and offers a thorough explanation of what he did, coupled with things I can do make my landscape and yard even better...Results are a beautiful yard and landscape!
- Dan M.
Thorough, but speedy service. Good knowledge of yard care. Friendly and accommodating.
- L.J.
They’ve successfully gotten rid of weeds in our grass that we’d been fighting for years.
- T.B.

Read what our customers are saying


TruGreen is a great service. I don’t have to worry about when to care for my lawn or what product to use. I just have to mow it and it looks great.
- Brian T.
Always explain what and why they are doing an application. The staff is very friendly and always arrive as scheduled and complete the task in a timely manner. Great company to do business with.
- Jim C.
Results! Results! Results! My service technician is always professional and offers a thorough explanation of what he did, coupled with things I can do make my landscape and yard even better...Results are a beautiful yard and landscape!
- Dan M.
Thorough, but speedy service. Good knowledge of yard care. Friendly and accommodating.
- L.J.
They’ve successfully gotten rid of weeds in our grass that we’d been fighting for years.
- T.B.

Read what our customers are saying

TruGreen is a great service. I don’t have to worry about when to care for my lawn or what product to use. I just have to mow it and it looks great.
- Brian T.
Always explain what and why they are doing an application. The staff is very friendly and always arrive as scheduled and complete the task in a timely manner. Great company to do business with.
- Jim C.
Results! Results! Results! My service technician is always professional and offers a thorough explanation of what he did, coupled with things I can do make my landscape and yard even better...Results are a beautiful yard and landscape!
- Dan M.
Thorough, but speedy service. Good knowledge of yard care. Friendly and accommodating.
- L.J.
They’ve successfully gotten rid of weeds in our grass that we’d been fighting for years.
- T.B.

Read what our
customers are saying


TruGreen is a great service. I don’t have to worry about when to care for my lawn or what product to use. I just have to mow it and it looks great.
- Brian T.
Always explain what and why they are doing an application. The staff is very friendly and always arrive as scheduled and complete the task in a timely manner. Great company to do business with.
- Jim C.
Results! Results! Results! My service technician is always professional and offers a thorough explanation of what he did, coupled with things I can do make my landscape and yard even better...Results are a beautiful yard and landscape!
- Dan M.
Thorough, but speedy service. Good knowledge of yard care. Friendly and accommodating.
- L.J.
They’ve successfully gotten rid of weeds in our grass that we’d been fighting for years.
- T.B.

Common Lawn Diseases

Brown Patch

Brown patch is a lawn fungus that can be caused by overfertilizing or overwatering your lawn. It commonly starts out as a small brown spot and then quickly spreads.

Leaf Spot

Favoring cool, overcast, moist conditions, leaf spot begins as tiny, circular dark spots that enlarge with light brown centers. Due to crown rot, this disease causes a thinning and dried-out appearance.

Dollar Spot

Dollar spot, most common in the early summer, is a quick-spreading lawn fungus that lurks in the crowns and roots of infected plants during their dormant season.

Gray Leaf Spot

Gray leaf spot develops in warmer temperatures on St. Augustine grass and causes severe thinning. The disease starts out as tiny brown-colored spots that enlarge and become diamond-shaped.

Fairy Ring

This disease favors mild temperatures and moisture and first appears as patches on fast-growing grass, then enlarges into rings.

Snow Mold

Snow mold forms when snow covers your lawn for extended periods of time and causes uneven, circular patches of dead and matted grass. Gray snow mold is white to gray in color, and pink snow mold is white to pink.

Red Thread

Small, bleached, light pink or red patches could indicate that your lawn has red thread. This common disease is a grass fungus that is more severe in the cooler, more humid areas of the Pacific Northwest.

Rust

Usually affecting the leaf blades and caused by a lack of adequate fertilization, rust leaves an unappealing orange color on the grass and keeps your lawn from looking green and lush.

Necrotic Ring Spot

Caused by improper watering or mowing, this fungal lawn disease forms in yellow rings with healthy grass in the center. The grass blades will appear yellow and die from the tip down.
Brown Patch
Leaf Spot
Dollar Spot
Gray Leaf Spot
Fairy Ring
Snow Mold
Red Thread
Rust
Necrotic Ring Spot

Brown Patch

Brown patch is a lawn fungus that can be caused by overfertilizing or overwatering your lawn. It commonly starts out as a small brown spot and then quickly spreads.
Brown Patch
Leaf Spot
Dollar Spot
Gray Leaf Spot
Fairy Ring
Snow Mold
Red Thread
Rust
Necrotic Ring Spot

Leaf Spot

Favoring cool, overcast, moist conditions, leaf spot begins as tiny, circular dark spots that enlarge with light brown centers. Due to crown rot, this disease causes a thinning and dried-out appearance.
Brown Patch
Leaf Spot
Dollar Spot
Gray Leaf Spot
Fairy Ring
Snow Mold
Red Thread
Rust
Necrotic Ring Spot

Dollar Spot

Dollar spot, most common in the early summer, is a quick-spreading lawn fungus that lurks in the crowns and roots of infected plants during their dormant season.
Brown Patch
Leaf Spot
Dollar Spot
Gray Leaf Spot
Fairy Ring
Snow Mold
Red Thread
Rust
Necrotic Ring Spot

Gray Leaf Spot

Gray leaf spot develops in warmer temperatures on St. Augustine grass and causes severe thinning. The disease starts out as tiny brown-colored spots that enlarge and become diamond-shaped.
Brown Patch
Leaf Spot
Dollar Spot
Gray Leaf Spot
Fairy Ring
Snow Mold
Red Thread
Rust
Necrotic Ring Spot

Fairy Ring

This disease favors mild temperatures and moisture and first appears as patches on fast-growing grass, then enlarges into rings.
Brown Patch
Leaf Spot
Dollar Spot
Gray Leaf Spot
Fairy Ring
Snow Mold
Red Thread
Rust
Necrotic Ring Spot

Snow Mold

Snow mold forms when snow covers your lawn for extended periods of time and causes uneven, circular patches of dead and matted grass. Gray snow mold is white to gray in color, and pink snow mold is white to pink.
Brown Patch
Leaf Spot
Dollar Spot
Gray Leaf Spot
Fairy Ring
Snow Mold
Red Thread
Rust
Necrotic Ring Spot

Red Thread

Small, bleached, light pink or red patches could indicate that your lawn has red thread. This common disease is a grass fungus that is more severe in the cooler, more humid areas of the Pacific Northwest.
Brown Patch
Leaf Spot
Dollar Spot
Gray Leaf Spot
Fairy Ring
Snow Mold
Red Thread
Rust
Necrotic Ring Spot

Rust

Usually affecting the leaf blades and caused by a lack of adequate fertilization, rust leaves an unappealing orange color on the grass and keeps your lawn from looking green and lush.
Brown Patch
Leaf Spot
Dollar Spot
Gray Leaf Spot
Fairy Ring
Snow Mold
Red Thread
Rust
Necrotic Ring Spot

Necrotic Ring Spot

Caused by improper watering or mowing, this fungal lawn disease forms in yellow rings with healthy grass in the center. The grass blades will appear yellow and die from the tip down.
Fairy Ring
Red Thread
Necrotic Ring
Spot
Leaf Spot
Snow Mold
Gray Leaf
Spot
Dollar Spot
Brown Patch
Rust

Fairy Ring

This disease favors mild temperatures and moisture and first appears as patches on fast-growing grass, then enlarges into rings.
Fairy Ring
Red Thread
Necrotic Ring
Spot
Leaf Spot
Snow Mold
Gray Leaf
Spot
Dollar Spot
Brown Patch
Rust

Red Thread

Small, bleached, light pink or red patches could indicate that your lawn has red thread. This common disease is a grass fungus that is more severe in the cooler, more humid areas of the Pacific Northwest.
Fairy Ring
Red Thread
Necrotic Ring
Spot
Leaf Spot
Snow Mold
Gray Leaf
Spot
Dollar Spot
Brown Patch
Rust

Necrotic Ring Spot

Caused by improper watering or mowing, this fungal lawn disease forms in yellow rings with healthy grass in the center. The grass blades will appear yellow and die from the tip down.
Fairy Ring
Red Thread
Necrotic Ring
Spot
Leaf Spot
Snow Mold
Gray Leaf
Spot
Dollar Spot
Brown Patch
Rust

Leaf Spot

Favoring cool, overcast, moist conditions, leaf spot begins as tiny, circular dark spots that enlarge with light brown centers. Due to crown rot, this disease causes a thinning and dried-out appearance.
Fairy Ring
Red Thread
Necrotic Ring
Spot
Leaf Spot
Snow Mold
Gray Leaf
Spot
Dollar Spot
Brown Patch
Rust

Snow Mold

Snow mold forms when snow covers your lawn for extended periods of time and causes uneven, circular patches of dead and matted grass. Gray snow mold is white to gray in color, and pink snow mold is white to pink.
Fairy Ring
Red Thread
Necrotic Ring
Spot
Leaf Spot
Snow Mold
Gray Leaf
Spot
Dollar Spot
Brown Patch
Rust

Gray Leaf Spot

Gray leaf spot develops in warmer temperatures on St. Augustine grass and causes severe thinning. The disease starts out as tiny brown-colored spots that enlarge and become diamond-shaped.
Fairy Ring
Red Thread
Necrotic Ring
Spot
Leaf Spot
Snow Mold
Gray Leaf
Spot
Dollar Spot
Brown Patch
Rust

Dollar Spot

Dollar spot, most common in the early summer, is a quick-spreading lawn fungus that lurks in the crowns and roots of infected plants during their dormant season.
Fairy Ring
Red Thread
Necrotic Ring
Spot
Leaf Spot
Snow Mold
Gray Leaf
Spot
Dollar Spot
Brown Patch
Rust

Brown Patch

Brown patch is a lawn fungus that can be caused by overfertilizing or overwatering your lawn. It commonly starts out as a small brown spot and then quickly spreads.
Fairy Ring
Red Thread
Necrotic Ring
Spot
Leaf Spot
Snow Mold
Gray Leaf
Spot
Dollar Spot
Brown Patch
Rust

Rust

Usually affecting the leaf blades and caused by a lack of adequate fertilization, rust leaves an unappealing orange color on the grass and keeps your lawn from looking green and lush.

Local Weather

<Summer> Lawn Tips

<Watering>

<It’s hot out there, and your lawn is thirsty. Make sure you’re watering it twice a week and that it gets 1–2 inches each time.>

<Mowing>

<Avoid scalping your lawn by raising your mower to the highest setting and be sure to leave all clippings on the lawn.>

Local Weather

<Summer> Lawn Tips

<Watering>

<It’s hot out there, and your lawn is thirsty. Make sure you’re watering it twice a week and that it gets 1–2 inches each time.>

<Mowing>

<Avoid scalping your lawn by raising your mower to the highest setting and be sure to leave all clippings on the lawn.>

<Watering>

<It’s hot out there, and your lawn is thirsty. Make sure you’re watering it twice a week and that it gets 1–2 inches each time.>

<Mowing>

<Avoid scalping your lawn by raising your mower to the highest setting and be sure to leave all clippings on the lawn.>