How to Solve Your Insect Problem with Safe, Green Solutions

Your lawn may be afflicted by an unwanted insect problem, which can effect your lawns and plants nutrients and roots. Chemical and pesticide solutions are not the only option, and are dangerous and not safe.

Integrated Turf Management Systems can help solve your insect problem with safe, pesticide-free lawn and plant care solutions. Using our proprietary products, we take a proactive, preventative approach to eliminating your insect problem.

ITMS’s lawn and plant care solutions will make the difference in your lawn and landscape, and can solve your insect problem.

  • Solve your insect problem, controlling and eliminating ants, stink bugs, army worms, bill bugs, chinch bugs, grubs, sod web worms and more
  • Eliminate the use of nasty pesticides and chemicals
  • Create a safe, pesticide-free environment in your backyard
  • Use natural, organic products that are pet and child safe
  • Have a comfortable, backyard oasis
  • To learn more about, and to identify unwanted insects, consult our Insect Identifier ID

    To learn more about ITMS and our services, please visit How to Solve Your Insect Problem | Integrated Turf Management Systems Inc.

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