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Maintaining a beautiful lawn in West Palm Beach can be a lot of hard work. We're not just talking about mowing, weed whacking, trimming, picking up sticks, raking up palm fronds and other organic debris. Once you're done with all that, you have to contend with weeds, lawn pests, fungus, and more. If that isn't enough, your West Palm Beach lawn can become oversaturated during the rainy season, and dry out during times of drought, so you have to be mindful of irrigation.

If only we could say we're done. On top of all this, you have to make critical decisions, such as what fertilizer to use, how much to apply, when to apply it, and the pitfalls to avoid. Then, of course, there are times when it becomes necessary to add seed and fill in spots that are starting to look like dry patches of ground. This can present other challenges because there can be mitigating factors to consider, such as compaction. If the soil is compacted, you need to have it aerated. It's enough to make you want to pull your hair out—assuming you have any left. Fortunately, you don't have to go it alone. We happen to know some turf specialists in the West Palm Beach areas who are also experienced in lawn pest control. Yup, we're talking about us.

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Turf Analysis

When it comes to having a healthy lawn, the best place to start is with Native Pest Management. Our turf specialists know what your lawn needs. If you have bermudagrass, we understand that your turf needs more maintenance than other common turf types. If you have St. Augustine grass, we know that your turf is particularly susceptible to chinch bugs and grub worms. If you have Zoysia grass, we know that this turf can inhibit the growth of other grass species. If you have seashore paspalum, we know that your turf is drought resistant and becomes green quickly in the summer. No matter what type of turf you have, you can count on our experts to provide your grass with what it needs to outcompete the weeds, survive the blight, and stand up against everything our tropical weather can throw at it.


At Native Pest Management, we know what your soil needs and we don't cut corners. We apply fertilizer according to the recommendations made by the University of Florida to ensure maximum plant health while reducing pollution. We are currently using a 50% slow-release granular fertilizer. This fertilizer works great in our sandy soils and helps to prevent nutrients from being lost. We know when to apply it, how much to apply, and where to apply it. There is no guesswork involved. Your grass will get what it needs.

Tough On Pests

Native Pest Management is the right choice because our service professionals aren't just turf specialists, they are trained pest control technicians who are graduates of the University of Florida Pest Management University. We provide the one-two punch your lawn needs to stay healthy and vibrant. After analyzing your lawn and pest pressures, we will construct a treatment plan based on our findings. This treatment plan will incorporate the most advanced products and methods to achieve long-term pest control and minimize susceptibility to pest activity. One approach we consider is cultural management practices. We analyze your lawn and give you feedback on what your lawn needs for maintenance. These tips can make all the difference for the health of your lawn, and reduce the need for chemicals or some other quick fix. This is a team effort.

Save Money

It is easy to waste a lot of money trying to keep your West Palm Beach lawn looking beautiful. If you're not having success, it can be disheartening. Reach out to Native Pest Management for expert lawn care and pest control. We'll get you the results you're looking for. Get started by requesting a free estimate. We'll come take a look and guide you in finding the right lawn care solution for your specific needs and budget. We provide residential and commercial lawn care throughout the West Palm Beach area. Connect with us today.


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