When you spend a significant amount of time on your lawn, the last thing you want to see is it turn brown. Unfortunately, there can be a number of reasons why your lawn is no longer green. Let’s learn about them so you can get a better idea of how to care for your lawn properly.
It is a common misconception for homeowners to think that when they see a grub then there is a problem. Here in North Texas lives approximately 12 species of grubs and only 2 of those grubs actually feed on the roots of turf grass. Even then, they can only cause damage in very large numbers.
IF YOU HAVE ST. AUGUSTINE OR ZOYSIA GRASS, RIGHT NOW IS AN OPPORTUNE TIME TO CUT BACK ON YOUR WATERING.
The Fall Equinox is fast approaching on September 23, 2018. On this date the physiological characteristics of grass changes and it stops actively growing. When the turf is not actively growing,...
Common issues found in our summertime lawns!
It’s no surprise that it’s hot.. in Texas.. in July. With all of this heat comes stress on your turf and landscape so some of you may be noticing some browning in the grass and plants. Is it lack of water or could it be something else? Let’s dig in and...
Winter weather predictions
Am I the only one who was NOT ready for the cold spike that we had a couple of Friday’s ago?! Seriously, it was S L E E T I N G on my way home from work and all I kept thinking was…I am not ready for this yet!!
While I was sitting by the fire that night I started thinking...