The most common mites in Centennial are clover, Banks grass, brown wheat and winter grain. They are some of the biggest threats to lawns, lurking and depleting nutrients from the soil which damages your grass.. Mite damage happens in the winter, so homeowners often blame the season and not the mites Some female mites lay about 70 eggs, so it is vital to get them under control. Our mite treatments are a tried and proven method for eliminating these pests.
Our trained technicians look for mite damage where it appears most, on evergreens, grass slopes, south-facing terrain and drought-stressed turf. We offer our main mite control spraying from December 15 through January 30, delivering preventative protection against winter mites. But sometimes mites have already taken hold, and more treatments are needed. If that’s the case, we also offer an early winter application from November 1 through December 15, and a late winter application from January 15 through February 28.
Our lawn mite treatment experts in Centennial will apply miticide with your first spring fertilizer and weed control application free of charge. When used with our company’s consistent fertilization and aeration, the miticide will expedite the healing process of your lawn. It is part of our all-around lawn care program. Mites are tiny, most can’t be seen without a 10x magnifier. So, it is best to just apply the treatment and eliminate the possibility that they live in your lawn.