I Have Ants in My Lawn

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Well, that’s better than having ants in your pants! This time of the season, ants do seem to be more prolific in Oklahoma home lawns. Little mounds of dirt piled up by the working ants can be seen along edges or in the turf. And with dormant bermudagrass, the ant mounds are more visible since… Read more »

Combat Insect Scale Problems Now

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Don’t let those little white or brown specks on your shrubs and trees fool you, as they are actually insects called scale, and, if left uncontrolled, they can damage or even kill certain shrubs and trees. Plants such as Euonymus, Juniper, Crepe Myrtle, Maples, and others are susceptible to scale problems, with damage caused by… Read more »