Protect Your Valueable Landscape

Keystone Green
Plant Health Care

Our expert plant health services ensure that your valuable landscape is thriving and protected from disease and insects that effect the Pittsburgh area.

Plant Health Services

Keystone Green's Plant Health Care Protects Your Landscape From These


Low Fertility

Plants struggle in clay soil due to poor drainage and limited root growth. The heavy and compacted soil can suffocate the roots, leading to stunted growth and decreased nutrient uptake.Keystone works to replenish missing nutrients to ensure the long-term success of your landscape.

Insect Damage

japanese beetles

Insects can cause significant damage to trees and shrubs, including defoliation, dieback, and even death. Infestations can weaken the plant and make it more susceptible to environmental stressors. The larvae from these insects(grubs) can also cause long-term root damage to the lawn.

Disease and Decay

Diseases can harm plants and trees, damaging growth, yield, or even killing them. Fungal, bacterial, and viral infections quickly spread and affect all kinds of plant life with economic and can have severe consequences Preventive measures are crucial to sustain and protect ecosystems. 

What are Grubs?

Grubs are the larvae of Japanese beetles and can cause serious damage to both plants and lawns. These small creatures feed on grass roots and can quickly lead to large, unsightly brown patches in your yard. They also feed on the roots of garden plants, causing stunted growth and even death. Identifying and treating a grub infestation early is crucial to prevent widespread damage. It's important to regularly inspect your yard and garden for signs of these destructive pests, such as wilting plants or irregularly shaped brown patches. Contact a Keystone today for effective and safe treatment options.

deer eating garden

Don't Forget The Deer Protection

Keystone Green's Deer Protection

Protect your garden from deer damage with our effective deer spray applications and safeguard your plants today!