Lawn Pests

Rush Lawn Care has several applications to rid your lawn of unwanted yard pests...

Lawn Diseases

Anthracnose of turfgrass is found in many areas and climates...

Shrub Pests

Aphids Aphids are soft-bodied insects that use their piercing...

Shrub Diseases

General and serious. Leaves have black spots with irregular margins...

Landscaping Tips

When planting you may run into a number of problems. The site "area", in which...

Weed Facts

For control purposes, weeds can be divided into three types: broadleaf weeds...

When can I mow or water after an application?

We recommend waiting at least two to three days before you mow...

When is it safe for my children or pets to walk on the lawn after treatment?

When the application is dry, the lawn may be used as normal...

How often do you treat the lawn?

We treat every 6-8 weeks depending on the weather...

How many times a year does the lawn get treated?

Depending on your service plan. Rush Lawn Care & Design, Inc...

Are the applications harmful to my family and pets?

All of the products that we use are mixed and applied according...

Do you have an organic (all natural) treatment plan?

We do not currently provide organic lawn treatments...

Do you trim shrubs or mow lawns as well as treat them?

Yes, Rush Lawn Care & Design, Inc. has a separate division...

How do I pay for the service?

Rush Lawn Care & Design, Inc. will leave an invoice or a service...

Is there a yearly contract required?

No, there is no contract to sign or any obligation on your part...

What kind of guarantee do you give?

We will return, at no additional charge, to take care of any weeds...

Is Rush Lawn Care & Design, Inc. licensed?

‚ÄčAll commercial lawn care applicators are required by the state of Arkansas...

Why did the lawn turn yellow after the last application?

Sometimes after an application in the summer months, the yard will get...

Why do I still have nutsedge (nutgrass) and dallisgrass?

Dallisgrass, nutsedge (nutgrass, yellow an purple), and crabgrass are the most common

What is Lime?

Lime is calcium oxide applied in granular form. Lime helps improve lawn...

Do I have to be home?

‚ÄčNo. Most of our lawns are serviced during normal working hours...

What if it rains after an application?

Rain is beneficial following a pre-emergent, fertilizer, or lime treatment...

What about lawn disease?

Our trained applicator will notify you if your lawn shows signs of disease...