Depending on the size of your tree(s), raking leaves off of your the lawn could be a lot of work. Don’t you think it would be OK to leave them there to decompose on their own just like in the forest? Short answer- it depends. In forested areas, leaves fall where they may and break down at their...
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.
North Texas is home to a variety of soil types! Knowing your type will allow you choose the best plants to succeed in your environment.
Your plants have a type! Or should we say….a soil type.
Are your plant choices causing you more work than you intended?
North Texas Soil Types
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,...
Take-All Root Rot may be the cause of your discolored or patchy lawn!
It’s a bird, it’s a plane…IT’S TAKE-ALL. The cool temperatures and extra rainfall during the spring months might be great for our plants, but they can also create perfect conditions for certain fungal...