Pest and Disease Control
Ninety-five percent of yard and garden visitors are harmless and some are even helpful with eating other insects, breaking down organic matter and pollinating flowers. However, that remaining 5% can cause great damage if left unchecked.
Although pests and diseases can vary between different types of plant life, such as grass and trees, they share the same environment. What affects one plant may also have an impact on the rest of the living area. At Garpiel Group we are proud to have specialized teams that work together for the health and well-being of your entire outdoor living space.
Michigan’s plant life deals with climate extremes. No one is ever quite sure how cold the winter will get or how hot and dry the summer will be. That makes it hard to know exactly what stressors will face your plants and turf. Don’t worry, though. Garpiel Group has the expertise to predict and address problems.
Click the links below to read more about some of Michigan’s more common pests, diseases and plant health problems.
Lawn and Turf Concerns
If your plant life is ailing, Garpiel Group and their Plant Health Care Specialist and ISA certified arborist can help determine the problem and advise you on how to best manage pests and disease in your outdoor spaces.