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Mr. Naiser, devotes his full attention to plant health care and his clients at Real Green's Lawn Club of Austin, Round Rock, Cedar Park, Georgetown, Hutto, Kyle Buda, Austin, Round Rock, Cedar Park, Georgetown, Hutto, Kyle Buda, Austin, Round Rock, Cedar Park, Georgetown, Hutto, Kyle Buda, Austin, Round Rock, Cedar Park, Georgetown, Hutto, Kyle Buda, Austin, Round Rock, Cedar Park, Georgetown, Hutto, Kyle Buda, Temple, Belton and Harker Heights, Texas. Mr. Naiser is very well respected as an arborist, horticulturist, diagnostician and applicator. He is licensed by The Texas Department of Agriculture, to treat all plants big and small and the Texas Structural Pest Control Board. He is a Texas Certified Master Gardner and a ISA Certified Arborist and a Texas Forestry Service - Certified Oak Wilt Specialist. He has been published nationally on plant health care topics by magazines such as" Lawn and Landscape", "Arbor Age", "Tree Care Industry", "The Temple, Belton and Harker Heights American Statesman" and many others. He has a local radio show on lawn care, gardening and tree care, "The Real Green's Lawn Club Lawn and Garden Show" on every Sunday Morning at 10:00 AM, following Neil Sperry's Texas Lawn and Garden Show on Talk Radio 1370 AM.


Chinch Bug

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The southern chinch bug, Blissus insularis, is one of the most important insect pests of St. Augustine-grass in Temple, Belton and Harker Heights Texas. Although most damaging in Gulf Coast regions and in the southern half of the state, chinch bugs can be a problem anywhere St. Augustine is grown. Chinch bugs prefer hot, dry environments. Dry weather enhances survival of chinch bug nymphs and eggs by reducing the incidence of disease. Also, drought-stressed lawns are more susceptible to chinch bug injury, therefore, proper irrigation is crucial to Chinch bug population control.
Although the southern chinch bug is a serious pest in St. Augustinegrass lawns, it will feed on zoysiagrass, centipedegrass, bahiagrass, or bermudagrass. The common chinch bug, Blissus luecopterus, is a closely-related species that is a pest of grain crops in Texas and throughout the Midwest. This species also occasionally damages turfgrass and may be responsible for infrequent reports of chinch bugs in bermudagrass, fescue, and zoysiagrass lawns.


Grub Worms

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White grubs are the larvae of scarab beetles. The grubs of economic importance in Texas are those of the Japanese beetle, the green June beetle (June Bug), the southern masked chafer, the northern masked chafer, and the Asiatic garden beetle. Several other species, such as May beetles and June beetles, are also present but usually in low numbers. The Japanese beetle is consistently the most damaging grub in this state.
All these grubs have cream colored bodies with yellow to brownish heads, brownish hind parts, and six legs. Mature grubs vary in length from 1/4 to 1-1/2 inches, depending on the species. White grubs usually lie in a curled or C-shaped position.


Take-All Patch

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Take-all patch is a serious root rot disease caused by the soil-borne fungus. It was first discovered on St. Augustine grass in 1991 but has also been found in Bermudagrass, zoysia and centipede grass.
Early symptoms appear as chlorosis (yellowing) and thinning turf in circular or irregular patches. The roots are often short, blackened and rotten. The grass stems, or stolons, can often be lifted from the soil due to the poor root system. The yellowing grass blades eventually die and become brown, followed by stolon death.
This disease is often misdiagnosed as Rhizoctonia brown patch. The early symptoms are the same, but the grass blades yellow and can be easily removed from the stolon with a gentle tug.
The base of the brown patch infected blade is usually slimy and rotten. The key difference is that the stolons remain green with brown patch allowing the grass to recover in the spring. Grass usually creates a donut look.
The most effective way to control these diseases is through a combination of both cultural and chemical practices.
Good surface and subsurface drainage is important. Low areas in lawns that remain under water after heavy rains are highly susceptible to these diseases. Simply changing your irrigation practices can help.


Brown Patch

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Brown Patch (fungus - Rhizoctonia solani): The name, brown patch, is not very descriptive of the varied symptom expression caused by Rhizoctonia spp. on turf grass. Symptoms differ on cool- and warm-season grasses and vary depending on environmental conditions and cultural practices.
Turf grass affected by brown patch generally will exhibit circular or irregular patches of light brown, thinned grass. On cool-season grasses (bent, rye and fescue) during periods of warm, humid weather, a darkened border or smoke ring may develop at the outer margin of the patches. The smoke-ring symptom is not reliable for diagnosis.
Symptoms on warm-season grasses such as Bermuda grass or St. Augustine grass include circular to irregular patches of blighted turf. Patches up to several yards in diameter commonly develop in the fall, winter and spring when these grasses are approaching or emerging from dormancy, evening temperatures are below 68 oF, and rainfall usually increases. Active infections are noticeable by yellow leaves at the edges of patches. Leaf sheaths become rotted, and a gentle tug on the leaf blade easily separates the leaf from the runner. Brown patch usually does not discolor roots. Disease develops most rapidly when air temperatures are between 75 and 85 oF and wet conditions are present and generally subsides when air temperatures rise above 90 oF.
Management: Water only as needed and early in the day to remove dew and allow the grass to dry quickly. Avoid over fertilization in spring and fall. Improve the turf grass root system with good drainage and aeration to reduce damage caused by brown patch. Fungicides are most effective when used on a preventive basis.


Grey Leaf Spot

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One of the common problems we encounter in early summer on St. Augustine grass is a leaf spot disease called Gray Leaf Spot. Gray leaf spot develops rapidly with abundant moisture and warm temperatures on St. Augustine grass. It is especially troublesome in shaded areas that remain damp for prolonged periods of time, or in low-lying spots, or where water runoff flows regularly. Under these conditions, the disease can cause serious thinning of the turf.
Leaf spots first appear as tiny brown to ash- colored spots with purple to brown margins that enlarge and become elongated or diamond-shaped. Sections of the leaf blade will also turn yellow. In severe cases, lesions develop on stems and spikes and the leaves wither and die. Turfgrass may have a burned or scorched appearance resulting from death or spotting of the leaf blades.


Fire Ants

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Fire ants are known for their lively and aggressive behavior, swarming over anyone or anything that disturbs their nest, often attacking wild animals, baby animals, pets or people, in some instances, even killing them. Their painful stings affect about 40% of people in infested areas each year. Twenty million people a year are stung by fire ants in the United States!
When these pesky critters invade an area, they do it with a vengeance. There will be enormous numbers of them which can dramatically reduce populations of native ants, other insects, and even ground-nesting wildlife. Watch out. They invade homes, school yards, athletic fields, golf courses, and parks. They will damage crops and electrical equipment, costing humans billions of dollars each year in repairs and eradication. Texas A&M University estimated the cost to the state of Texas alone was over $1 billion per year.


Weed Control



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Aeration is the process in which cores of thatch and soil are punched and pulled out of your lawn. Aeration opens up of the soil and allows water, nutrients and oxygen to penetrate and improve the root zone for a healthier soil and stronger turfgrass root system. Aeration can reduce watering by up to 50%.




Water Wizard

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Using our advanced weather and soil monitoring station, our computers can help you set up your sprinkler. Simply enter your turf type, and available sunlight, and our computers will calculate your sprinkler run time.



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Aqualizer is patented blend of liquid humectant and hygroscopic compounds that attract and hold moisture like tiny water magnets within soil. Aqualizer manages available soil moisture, extending watering intervals of indoor and outdoor plants, flowers, vegetables, shrubs, trees and grasses by as much as 2 to 3 times. Each application reduces watering for up to 3 months



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Pest Control Service with a "Real Green's Lawn Club Approach"
We offer pest prevention, which entails a comprehensive initial treatment and regular inspection and services thereafter, centering on sealing the structure and using low-hazard baits or residuals outdoors, only where necessary.
Our Customers prefer this service to traditional indoor pest control, which incorporates the indiscriminate broadcasting of pesticides to the inside of the home, whether needed or not. During our regular visits, we perform a thorough inspection to determine what preventative actions need to be taken, such as caulking pest access points or pruning plant limbs to help prevent pests from getting inside. Depending upon the inspection findings, low-hazard baits or granules may be used in garden areas where pest activity is found.

•Helps keep unwanted pests from invading your home
•Application is odorless, colorless and has very low toxicity
•Isn't harmful to soil, flowers, bushes or lawns
•Takes place out doors, so it's less intrusive
•Keeps insecticides out of your home and living space, away from you
•You don't have to be home to receive treatment
•Prevents most crawling insects, including: Spiders, Roaches, Silverfish, Earwigs, Fleas, Ticks, Scorpions, Ants, and Crickets. Helps control flying insects, scorpions and snakes.

1.)Why do I need Perimeter Pest prevention?

90% of your pests come from outside.  It is your first line of defense against insects entering your home.

2.)How long does the Perimeter Pest prevention treatment last?

Treatments are done Bi-Monthly.

3.)Is perimeter pest service harmful to plants or animals?

No, all of the products are registered at the state and federal levels.

4.)What pests does the service cover?

Perimeter Pest prevention helps control most crawling insects like ants, roaches, silverfish, centipedes, ticks, fleas, scorpions, spiders and more!

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