Due to the Ontario Pesticide Ban, pesticides are no longer available to treat weeds. A lawn which is properly maintained will be healthier and will be able to resist weeds, disease and insects.
See Fertilization Section for our fertilization schedule.
Unlike diseases, which can be prevented, insects are usually controlled only after they appear. It is important that they be detected and identified as quickly as possible before they do too much damage.
Proper mowing, watering, fertilization, and thatch control, are all factors to consider as part of an integrated approach to lawn pest control.