Colorado Lawn Specialists
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Colorado Lawn Specialists
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Colorado Lawn Specialists

Insecticide
Mite

Mite What is the best way to treat for mites?

Mites are not unusual, and they can cause severe damage to lawns. Colorado's drought depleted turf is especially susceptible to mites in the spring and early summer. Untreated, this damage could spread to the surrounding areas of viable grass, making it look dry or dead. We recommend an insecticide treatment for the lawn to remove the mites and allow the damaged areas to recover naturally during the course of the season. Occasionally, those areas may need extra care in the fall or following spring.

Examples of Mite Damage:
Example of Mite Damage
Example of Mite Damage

Note: After insecticide has been applied, the lawn needs to be watered for 20 to 30 minutes per zone to activate the product. Please allow the lawn to dry thoroughly before allowing people or pets on the treated area.


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