Mosquito Control Now Available!

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The rains this early summer have been nice for lawns in Tulsa and NE Oklahoma. But with the water comes increased mosquito activity. There are things homeowners can do to help control mosquitoes, and we have a new service at LawnAmerica which can help with control also. The key word is control. We can’t eradicate… Read more »

So How Green is Green Enough?

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We are winding down our fall turf fertilization for our LawnAmerica customers, and transitioning into our fall weed-control. Warm-season turf such as bermudagrass and zoysiagrass are slowing down their growth with the cooler fall temperatures. They actually begin to prepare for winter dormancy at this time of year, slowing down their topgrowth and sending food… Read more »

We just thought Summer was over.

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It’s been a mild summer with some good rains, for which the lawns in Tulsa and we are all thankful for. However, we knew it would not last forever, as it’s turned hot now with little rain in the forecast. So I know we said you could turn your sprinklers off, but times have changed…. Read more »

Is it Armyworms, Drought, or Grubworms?

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Just four weeks ago on August 1st, lawns in Tulsa were green and lush. What a difference in just four week with no rainfall and sudden hot temperatures. ithout irrigation, many lawns in Tulsa and NE Oklahoma are turning brown. Earlier this week I diagnosed Grubworm damage in what was a nice Zoysiagrass lawn in… Read more »

Fall Armyworms Could be Coming Soon

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On August 1st of this year, I warned homeowners in the Tulsa area through a blog to be on the lookout for Armyworms in their lawn, as the conditions this year with all the rain and lush growth are very similar to the last big invasion about 14 years ago. It appears that we could… Read more »