480 Purdy Hill Rd Monroe, CT| (203) 268-2537
Winter Hours: Monday-Friday 8am-6pm | Saturday 8am-5pm | Sunday 9am-4pm until 12/24

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Herbicides, Pesticides, and Fungicides

Lawn maintenence is important, and we have all the solutions you need to protect your lawn from harm. Ranging from herbicides to pesticides, we have everything you need to keep your precious lawn and garden valuables protected from harm. Choose from selective or non-selective weed controls or even a soil sterilizer for driveway, patio or walkway areas. We carry them all, in both organic and non-organic!


Grubs (Japanese beetle larve) eat the roots of your grass and can ruin your lawn quickly before you realize you have them. Scotts Grubex, Bayer Season-Long Grub Control, or Milky Spore help to kill those grubs before they become Japanese Beetles and destroy your garden. Applied in late spring to early summer on a yearly basis will help to keep your lawn grub free.


A weed is any unwanted plant so whether it's a dandelion in your lawn or flower bed, or grass in your driveway, we have the products to help control them. A selective weed control will kill the weeds in your lawn but not the lawn. A non-selective weed control will kill or injure any plant it's sprayed on. Weed controls come in both liquid and granular form.

Fungus/Moss Control

A wet spring or humid summer are perfect condition for fungus to attack your lawn and once established it takes a lot to get rid of it. Using a fungicide in the spring as a preventative will save you time and money in the long run. Moss loves the shade, acidic soils and damp conditions and where that happens most is under the trees that surround your yard. Using a Moss Control will help the killing the moss so that the grass can grow back.

Store Hours

Monday-Friday 8am-6pm
Saturday 8am-5pm
Sunday 9am-4pm

Store Info

480 Purdy Hill Rd
Monroe, CT 06468
(203) 268-2537

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