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Once Off  Lawn Treatment

We can do a once off treatments to eliminate mole crickets, termites and diseases like fairy rings, brown patch, mushrooms, dollar spots, anthracnose, rust, pythium blight etc.

In extreme cases we can remove thatch, do spike rolling or even plant new grass. We can also spray grass if you cannot wait for our products and nature to do its job.

Our products is not available for sale to the public. Our products is only available to registered Lawn-Pro lawn specialists.

I ensure that my teams do the treatments according to strict lawnpro standards.

If weeds on grass is left untreated it will eventually take over and you will have only weeds left. Contact us to eliminate weeds before it is too late.

You can also have a green healthy lawn even during the winter months.

On our first visit you will receive a FREE 14 point analysis worth R275 that includes:

  • Identify weeds
  • Evaluate thatch
  • Inspect plague insects damage
  • Evaluate mowing procedures
  • Assess prevalent diseases
  • Evaluate watering procedures
  • Assess grass colour
  • Check for problem grasses
  • Analyze lawn density
  • Determine potential future issues
  • Assess current lawn conditions
  • Receive maintenance plan
  • I will analyse your lawn and soil.
  • I will advise you on what diseases, insects or weeds your lawn has.
  • I will give you a 14pt analysis in writing.
  • I will give advice on mowing and watering of your lawn.
  • I will give advice on how to achieve a healthy beautiful lawn year round.
  • I will give you obligation free quotations for all needed services.

How to determine the amount of water your lawn needs:

Step 1: Place any small plastic container approximately 1,5 meters from the sprinkler you want to test.

Step 2: Start your sprinkler system and time how long it takes for the water to fill up to 25mm or 2,5 cm.

Step 3: This is how long you will need to run your sprinklers. You need to water your lawn at least twice a week preferably in the early morning.

You will only need to determine your sprinkler running time once.

Example: If you have determined your running time to be 15 minutes that will mean that you will set your sprinklers to run twice a week for 15 minutes at a time.


Brown Patches

Brown patch is really a summer lawn disease that's caused by a fungus called Rhizoctonia. ... Then, lawn disease damage can become visible almost immediately. Once started, brown patch lawn disease spreads fast. Brown patch damage first appears as circular areas of brown and dead grass surrounded by a narrow, dark ring.

Dollar Spots

Dollar spots are a common fungal disease that tends to affect golf courses, but may also infect manicured home lawns. Unlike some fungal infections, dollar spots do not damage the roots or crowns of grass. They only grow on the blades/leaves of grass stalks.


Anthracnose is a common fungal infection that affects not only grass, but also trees and other foliage. It actually refers to a group of different fungi which all cause nearly identical symptoms, but grass is usually affected only by a single fungi, known as colletotrichum cereale.


Lawn Caterpillar

Lawn Caterpillars. The tropical sod webworm is the most common caterpillar that attacks home lawns. These are stealth caterpillars because they hide during the day by curling up on the soil surface and come out at night to chew the grass. The caterpillar or larvae are gray-green in color and have many brown spots.

Beetles and Grubs

Typical lawn grubs, often called white grubs, are white, C-shaped beetle larvae about a half-inch in length. ... Lawn grubs have soft bodies with legs near the head. They feed on grassroots (and organic matter in the soil), causing sections of grass in the lawn to die.

Garden Crickets

Crickets are related to grasshoppers and have a similar body shape. While there are many species of crickets, most of them measure less than 1 inch long and are shiny black or brown. Some types of crickets have dark spots or bands on their bodies.

Mole Crickets

The Mole Cricket is a large insect that will typically reach 40-50mm in length during adulthood. Unlike typical crickets, it does not feature the elongated hind legs of most species. This pest burrows in soil and so its front legs are adapted to give it extra strength.


The termites in the grass probably belong to a grass-eating species, known as agriculture and desert termites. These termites live above the ground and up to 4 feet below the ground. They have white bodies, brown heads and no wings.


Ants (Family Formicidae) are social insects which build their nests in soil, wood or other suitable substrates. They occasionally become a problem in turf when they invade lawns, parks, golf courses, playgrounds, cemeteries and other turfgrass areas.

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Kobus: 083 456 4043
Email: info@lawndoctorsa.co.za
Skype: Lawndoctor SA

To arrange lawn analysis or schedule treatments please contact Liza: 081 009 6993
Email: lizam@lawndoctorsa.co.za

Monday - Friday 7:00am–7:00pm
Saturday 8:00am - 5:00pm
Sunday Closed

The advantage of an owner operated business is that you have one contact person. All Free Lawn Analysis and quotes are done by the owner to ensure you get the best advise and prices.

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