Bring your soil to life!

Utilizing key biostimulants to “feed” the life in your soil we can make any soil productive soil over time.  This new hybrid soil first approach is the key to creating a sustainable turf management program.

Keep the bugs from bugging you!

Our targeted programs protect your home from invaders and protect your family and friends from harmful annoying pests that are an increasing threat in Maine.

Manage unwanted vegetation.

Excessive vegetation growth on your property can lead to any number of problems, including unsightly appearances, unsanitary conditions, fire hazards and employee discomfort.

Sustainable turfgrass & pest management solutions.

When it comes to lawns, keeping pests out of your yard, or managing vegetation in your landscape, you can depend on Green Thumb Lawn Services. Our professional lawn care and pest control programs and experienced technicians will work with you to develop solutions your family will enjoy. And, since we’re a local family owned company, we can take the time to get to know you and your individual preferences. You can depend on us to deliver what your lawn and landscape really need…when they need it…all season long.

Turf Management

A soil first approach to professional lawn care.  Traditional methods only feed the grass.  Just ask any farmer how important the soil is!  We’ve developed our approaches to work “with” Mother Nature to develop a productive soil and humus layer.   By awakening, the microbiology we can drive roots deeper, aerate the soil, build organic matter via root cycling and fight off disease better, which in turn releases macro and micronutrients to grass plants.

Pest Management

Take back your backyard!  Keeping pests outdoors and away from you and your home provides an enjoyable environment for your family, friends, pets and outdoor activities. Using the latest eco-friendly technologies and organic options is how we can keep your family safe from Ticks, Mosquitoes, hornets, wasps & more. In addition spiders, nuisance ants, stinging fire ants, earwigs, millipedes and other pests that not welcome in our homes. Our two simplified targeted professional pest control programs protect your home from invaders and protect your family and friends from harmful annoying pests that are an increasing threat to Maine.

Vegetation Management

Excessive vegetation growth on your property can lead to any number of problems, including unsightly appearances, unsanitary conditions, fire hazards and employee discomfort.

Whatever your scenario is on your property, we can help you manage unwanted vegetation and noxious (dangerous or non-native) weeds that can threaten health and safety all season long!

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Over 30 years in business!

We’re a GROWING locally owned family business.  We’ve been caring for Mother Nature and exceeding expectations for over 30 years. Using the latest methods & technologies we strive to achieve your professional lawn care and pest control goals in a sustainable way!

Organic options

Utilizing key biostimulants for turf care and the right essential oils for pest management, we can manage your turfgrass, soil and pest concerns responsibly.  There is a shift taking place in our industry and by using our services you will stay on the cutting edge while maintaining our environment for years to come.

Did you know?

%

Of the weight of grass is in the roots

Dense, healthy lawn prevents run-off, absorbing rainfall six times more effectively than a wheat field and four times better than a hay field.

%

Is the increase in the value of your property with a well-maintained lawn and landscape.

Million tons of dust and dirt released annually into the US atmosphere gets trapped in turfgrass.

Tons of air conditioning is the cooling effect of approximately 8 average size lawns.

Decibels is the amount of noise reduction grass areas can reduce.

%

Is the water weight of grassplants

Square Feet of turf releases enough oxygen for a family of four while absorbing carbon dioxide, ozone, hydrogen fluoride, and peroxyacetyl nitrate.

Turfgrass plants per square inch is the average for a healthy lawn.

Some words from our fans!
A fantastic professional company who are eager to please. Their treatment of our grounds against mosquitoes was exceptional and noninvasive. Cannot recommend enough! David Varley

1/4/2016

Anytime I have a question or concern it is handled expeditiously and professionally. Great people to deal with. Kindle

1/1/2016

I LOVE your company!! You treat people like you want to be treated!! Have everybody keep doing what they’re doing with us right now Steve Bond

12/9/2015

I had so many brown areas on my property. When you first started your treating I didn’t notice that the areas were lessened, but at the end of the season, I found that all the areas are free of the brown and that my lawn was so full of lush green grass. My neighbors were amazed that the lawn changed so quickly. I do hope that there won’t be any dandelions next spring. Brenda Crandall

Widespread Chinchbug activity being reported!

  We are receiving many calls and have confirmed widespread Chinchbug activity and damage taking place! What you need to know. Chinch bugs are a plant sucking pest.  They suck the sugars and juices out of grass and when done spit an acidic toxin back into the plant...

2018 Spring Update

The 2018 season is well underway! As we finish up our first round of services, it's humbling to know that our over 30 years of our company being in business, we have satisfied customers that are with us year after year. We all thank you for your continued support. We...

Should I seed my lawn this spring?

Certainly, something to consider as lawns begin to green up and dead areas start to stand out.  If you are considering some patch seeding in your lawn there are a few things you should know before you run out and start throwing seed down.  Select the right type of...

My lawn looks burnt! Is it? Or is it something else?

We have been receiving many calls over the past week or two of concerns that lawns are turning brown in sections and appear to be burnt! While the first assumption would be because of an application made, experience can usually lead to a different reason. These are...

When to make the final cut?

Looking ahead at the forecast, it appears that we will stay fairly warm in November.  This should be a red flag as it relates to your mowing practices.  Just because winter is arriving (faster than we may like) doesn't mean you should stop thinking about your lawns...

The secret to a green lawn during the summer

To some the answer is obvious, to others the thought may not have occurred.  Each season our green spaces are faced with threats from many different directions.  Fungus & insects are probably the most prominent.  In order for plants to grow and pass nutrients, they...

Dead tire tracks on lawn? Could be Ascochyta…

We get many calls each year about burns or tire tracks on the lawn on the lawn and usually it's us or the mowing company who are the first to get blamed.  Unfortunately, we are in most cases not at fault for these issues.  You can be assured that as soon as the...

Summer is here! Please pay attention to your turfgrass!

Based off the weather forecast for the next 10 days, we are in for some warm weather.  This is great for cookouts and outdoor activities and it's certainly welcome based off the winter we had.  However, managing turfgrass brings new challenges to our area. Lawns need...

Spring Clean up time? Not so fast!

The snow is receding finally!  Did you know that Bangor is within the top 3 cities & towns in the country to receive the largest amount of snowfall this last winter?!! After what we just went through, I'm sure all of you are feeling the fever to get outside and get...

Improvements to your account for 2015

What a winter it has been!  We all were certainly busy this winter dealing with all of this snow.  Needless to say, we were still going through our normal off season to-do's.  Part of the winter hustle was transitioning into a new software.  In order to provide you...

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