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Lawn Care

Our most popular program, the Lawn Care Program, includes a 7 step "weed & feed" type of service that will help thicken your lawn without over applying pesticides.

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Refer us for a $20 credit!

Refer a New Customer & Receive $20! Referred friend will also receive a free* preventative grub control for signing up Contact Grasshopper Lawns today to get the Greenest, Most Beautiful Lawn! Our Lawn Care Experts Will Help You Get the Lawn You Always Wanted – Guaranteed! *Up to 10.0 sq ft   Contact Grasshopper Lawns Please complete...

Choosing Organic Lawn Care
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Choosing Organic Lawn Care

Choosing to take care of your yard without toxic pesticides or chemical fertilizers is a step that can help improve your lawn considerably. It can help make your yard more lush and green for the year and stand out compared to other lawns. While it may take some extra care to stick to the organic...

Grasshopper participates in “Renewal & Remembrance” 2014
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Grasshopper participates in “Renewal & Remembrance” 2014

GRASSHOPPER LAWNS INC., a member of the Professional Landcare Network (PLANET), participated in “Renewal & Remembrance” at Arlington National Cemetery on Monday, July 28, 2014. Hundreds of lawn care and landscape companies from across the nation brought their crews to Arlington National Cemetery to spend the day mulching, pruning, liming, planting, and aerating. The gift...

What to Know About Lawn Diseases
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What to Know About Lawn Diseases

From brown patches to fairy rings, a number of lawn diseases can take over Pennsylvania turfgrass. Diagnosing and treating a lawn disease early can prevent infections from spreading. Have some questions about lawn grass diseases? The list below might help. FAQs About Lawn Diseases in Wilkes-Barre, PA Q: What are grass diseases? A: They are...

Pool Water – Perfect for Mosquitoes
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Pool Water – Perfect for Mosquitoes

Water in Swimming Pool Covers Perfect for Mosquitoes In Pennsylvania, many swimming pool stay covered until the end of May. This makes sense since residents primarily enjoy swimming pools from Memorial Day weekend through Labor Day weekend. Unfortunately, if a swimming pool cover collects water and leaf debris, it starts producing mosquitoes in early April....

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