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Are the chemicals – fertilizers, insecticides and herbicides - used for lawn care harmful to humans and pets? Learn more


Lawn spraying that is owned and operated by a local expert is best. APL Lawn Spraying is owned and operated by Rick Orr, agronomist of St Petersburg, FL


Lawn Spraying is a service that delivers to your home a mixture of fertilizer, insecticides, and herbicide and spreads it evenly over your lawn

Fertilizer applied to St Augustine grass lawns before a rain storm does not pollute water because fertilizer does not wash away or run off when it rains.


A common complaint about lawn spraying is a different tech treated the lawn. Is this a problem?

During the cooler shorter days of winter, St Augustine goes semi-dormant. But the weeds and fungus do not. Focusing on weeds, fungus and setting up the lawn for the spring is the goal of winterizing a lawn.

APL Lawn Spraying is led by an agronomist, who is also the Florida certified pest control operator in charge of APL Lawn Spraying.


Which is cheaper - Do it Yourself or Professional Lawn Spraying. My research says professional lawn spraying is slightly cheaper.


Is organic lawn care better than conventional chemical lawn spraying? Are lawn chemicals unsafe for pets and humans. Learn more here


What do lawn spraying companies spray on the lawn and why is the mix design so critical to a safe, non-toxic lawn.


A true story of a homeowner’s experience with a Trugreen salesman knocking at her door to trash talk her lawn spraying company. Her answer is amazing.

Granular fertilizers are easier for the homeowner and the pro to apply - you don't need expensive tanks, pumps, and hoses. So why do the pros use liquid fertilizers?

Rick Orr is owner operator of APL Lawn Spraying – lawn fertilization and pest control for Clearwater, Palm Harbor, Largo, St Petersburg and Seminole, FL


A lawn spraying service is an easy inexpensive way to keep your lawn healthy without learning, buying and applying lawn chemicals and fertilizers


Are lawn chemicals harmful to humans and pets? If not, why does the posting sign say “Pesticide Application – Keep Off Until Dry”?