Lawn Disease Hertfordshire
Perfect Ground Solutions are highly experience in dealing with a wide variety of lawn diseases in Hertfordshire. Whether it is in identification, treatment or restoration we can look after the whole process. As well as having the expertise to focus strongly on lawn disease prevention, we are your lawn care experts.
Areas we service include, but are not limited to; St Albans, Stevenage, Letchworth, Hatfield, Welwyn Garden City, Hitchin and Royston.
Our long-running expertise and on-the-job knowledge give us the perfect grounding to prevent and treat a variety of lawn issues.
The approach is similar to that for treating plant diseases. We also offer help, practical advice, guidance and services to cover:
Alongside which, we undertake the treatment of grass and turf diseases effecting sports pitches. This can include, football and cricket pitches, golf courses and other grass sports surfaces.
The most common forms of lawn disease we encounter when working across Hertfordshire are:
- Fusarium Patch
- Red Thread
- Dry patches
- Fairy Rings
- Lawn Rusts
- Dollar Spot
Lawn Disease Treatment and Prevention in Hertfordshire
Perfect Ground Solutions operate across Hertfordshire and the surrounding area. We have expertise, skills and experience in dealing with an array of lawns, grass types, lawn sizes, shapes, uses and locations.
Our diligent and dedicated team always come to visit your site in order to assess the present state of your lawn. This also allows us to understand the scale of the disease and subsequent damage. From there we can recommend a course of action to improve, treat or overcome the problem.
On occasion, it may be necessary to replace the lawn, but such cases are rare, and treatment is typically enough.
Most often we are able to put a course of treatment into action and begin working to improve the lawn. This is intended to kill off the disease or pest that is causing the problem and end the issue.
Recovery time can be affected, depending on the advancement of the disease, the size of the lawn and of course 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!