R emember last spring driving by those beautiful bursts of color from the tulips growing in your neighbor’s lawn up the street? Well, if you’d like to enjoy the same experience in your landscape next spring, fall is the time to plant those.
Monthly Archives: September 2015
OK, so you’ve paid LawnAmerica hundreds of dollars to properly seed your lawn. We’ve prepared the soil with good aeration. We provided the best high-quality fescue seed, with zero weed or other crop seed. We applied a good starter fertilizer and organic soil amendment. Now all you have to do is wait for the seed… Read more »
We have started our last regular lawn treatment of the season for our LawnAmerica customers. It consists of a liquid blanket treatment for pre and post-emergent weed-control. It’s very important to water in this pre-emergent within a few days for best results. So if we do not receive rainfall within 3 days, water in this… Read more »
Remember those brown spots in your Bermuda grass lawn this past spring? It’s a very common turf disease called Spring Dead Spot, and September-October is the time to help combat that problem with applications of turf fungicides. Spring Dead Spot is caused by a fungus—ophiosphaerella korrae—which infects Bermuda grass roots during the fall. The fungus… Read more »
This first major cool front and rain event in Tulsa has signaled the official start of the fescue seeding season here in Oklahoma. Being a cool-season grass, fescue will often thin out during hot Oklahoma summers, along with the stress from Brown Patch turf disease, shade, water stress, improper mowing, and other factors. Therefore, fescue… Read more »