What Is Dallisgrass and What You Can Do About It

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In the early 1900’s, paspalum dilitatum was introduced to North America. A native plant of South America, paspalum dilitatum is a fast-growing forage plant originally used by A.T. Dallis of LaGrange, Georgia. The benefit of this South American plant was its ability to survive harsh southern climates, while providing a nutritional food source for livestock… Read more »

How to Control Dandelions in your Oklahoma Lawn

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It’s spring and every year tiny little yellow flowers start popping up all over the place. In a matter of days, children believe they can make wishes once they turn into white puffballs. But Oklahoma homeowners find these flowers to be nothing more than a nuisance. Dandelions are common weeds throughout the country, but thankfully… Read more »

4 Spring Landscape Tips for Oklahoma Homeowners

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Spring has finally arrived in Tulsa with trees, shrubs, and lawns coming out of dormancy after a somewhat mild winter. As the weather continues to warm up along with our beneficial rain in April, it’s important to start preparing your landscape. Today I want to talk about four spring landscaping tips for Oklahoma homeowners. Fertilize… Read more »