Lawn Insect & Pest Control Services
in College Station, Texas

Your local, Aggie-owned lawn insect and pest control experts. Rid your lawn from unwanted pests today and schedule your free consultation.

Texas Lawn Pests


Healthy lawns invite hungry and invasive lawn pests. When your lawn is strong, healthy, and disease-free, it increases your yard’s biodiversity. This biodiversity includes insects and bugs that either damage your grass or create an unenjoyable environment.

Insect larva such as grubs damage roots as they grow into beetles that then damage plants and trees. Additionally, chinch bugs are an invasive bug that damages your lawn by literally sucking nutrients and water from grass blades as well as injecting them with poison.

Other lawn pests such as spiders and fire ants create unenjoyable living environments as they prey on other organisms living in your yard.

Custom Pest Control Applications


At The Fertilizer Guy, we want your lawn to remain healthy and beautiful year-round. Our goal is to prevent invasive species from ever causing any damage to your lawn in the first place.

Within different treatments throughout the year, we will mix in prevention for chinch bugs, grub worms, and other harmful lawn insects that like to eat your lawn.

Perhaps fire ants have been a big problem in your lawn?

Ask about our 1-year fire ant eradication guarantee!

Lawn Pests We Eradicate

Every lawn is different and the differences bring varying species of bugs. Here’s a short list of the common lawn insects and bugs we treat.

  • Chinch Bugs
  • Grub Worms
  • Armyworms
  • Fire Ants
  • Spiders
  • And More!
Lawn Pest Control Company in College Station, TX

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(979) 777-1995

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Have a question about our lawn insect and pest control services? Here are a few of our frequently asked questions.

Do you perform pest control services indoors?

Our lawn pest control services are strictly outdoors. You may refer to this as perimeter pest control services. However, preventing bugs and insects from entering your lawn may, in turn, prevent them from coming inside of your home.

Do pest control services harm the lawn or surrounding plants?

You can think of insecticides as somewhat of a flea treatment for animals. The treatment doesn’t kill the bugs on contact, rather it waits for the bugs to consume their normal nutrients, which usually consists of grass blades or roots. Although, not harmful to surrounding foliage, insecticides are meant to harm a specific insect.

I don't see any bugs. Can I still get lawn pest prevention?

Absolutely. Preventing lawn pests through routine applications is a great way to make sure your lawn is never damaged or invaded by harmful insects.

How often do lawn pest control applications need to be applied?

This largely depends on a lot of factors including the time of year as well as temperature and weather conditions. Each lawn pest is going to react differently to its corresponding application. Depending on the severity of the invasion, multiple applications may need to be performed.

Are your pest control services child and pet-friendly?

Most insecticides (different from pesticides) are targeted to kill specific bugs rather than a blanket pest-elimination approach. For this reason, insecticides are safe for children and pets once the application has dried. We recommend the same 1-hour rule with fertilization and weed control.