Cool Weather Turf Weed Problems
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   It is that time again. Weeds are present in your lawn. You have a service that is contracted to take care of the lawn so what about  the turf weeds?  It would be nice to think that after struggling … Read More

Mole Crickets
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Yes those pesky critters flying around under the lights at the ball field are really getting ready to tunnel into the soil at the ball field. The reason for the activity is they are attracted to the lights at the … Read More

Lawn dying back? You may have a Fungus.
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Over 400 species of fungi are known to live in the lawn habitat, but less than 25% are potentially harmful. Lawn diseases are caused primarily by fungi that live in the soil or thatch layer. Even the disease-causing fungi can … Read More

Fire Ants
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The Fire Ants When the need arises for 100 lawn care companies to meet to discuss the problem you know it can turn into a serious problem. That is what happens in this industry. Fire Ants are a problem.  So … Read More

Sod Webworm
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Butterflies in my lawn?  No it’s Sod Webworms the Pest. Sod webworms are caterpillars of small brown to dull gray moths. Webworms grow to a length of nearly ¾ inch. Depending on the species they range in color from pinkish … Read More

Watering the Lawn during the Winter Season
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Water management begins with you the homeowner. To properly manage you need to know what to do. If you want to successfully control turfgrass or your ornamentals you must thoroughly understand to importance of soil moisture all year round. Plant-available … Read More

Chinch Bugs in the Turf
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You’ve been watering and watering and watering and the lawn is still dying. Small dead brown patches keep getting bigger. The lawn is dying from the edges of the lawn also.  You have watered so much that now you have … Read More

Why use a slow release Nitrogen fertilizer
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Nitrogen is the nutrient plants need most. There is not enough readily available in the soil for the plant and that is why we need to supply it. No matter what source of nitrogen you apply – synthetic or organic … Read More

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