Lawn Disease Bedfordshire
At Perfect Ground Solutions we have long-running experience of dealing with a variety of lawn diseases throughout Bedfordshire. From identification, treatment and restoration we cover the whole process. We also employ a wide range of lawn disease prevention methods. Areas we service include; Bedford, Kempston, Biggleswade, Stotford, Flitwick, Cranfield and more.
Our combined knowledge and expertise allows us to prevent or treat a variety of lawn issues quickly and easily.
Employing similar methods to treating plant diseases we apply various chemicals and offer advice on lawn care that covers:
We’re also well versed in the treatment of grass and turf diseases on sports pitches such as football and cricket pitches, golf courses and other grass sports surfaces.
The most common forms of lawn disease we are working to prevent or treat are:
- Fusarium Patch
- Red Thread
- Dry patches
- Fairy Rings
- Lawn Rusts
- Dollar Spot
Lawn Disease Treatment and Prevention in Bedfordshire
Operating across Bedfordshire and the surrounding areas, Perfect Ground Solutions have dealt with an array of lawn types, sizes, shapes, uses and locations. There is very little we can’t handle or find an answer for.
Our excellent team will come to visit your site and assess the state of your lawn and the stage at which the disease is advanced. From there we can recommend a course of action to improve, treat or overcome the problem.
In some instances, it may be necessary to replace the lawn, but these cases are rare.
In most cases we can put a course of treatment into action and begin working to improve the lawn, kill off the disease or pest that is causing the problem or otherwise treat the issue. Recovery times do of course depend on the advancement of the disease, the size of the effected area and the weather conditions at the time of treatment.
If you’re concerned that your lawn is suffering from one of the diseases linked above or some other form of issue that is affecting its appearance and health, please get in touch today and we’ll organise to come take a look!