Spring Dead Spot in Bermudagrass

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With all of the rain we’ve received so far this spring, everything is greening up nicely now. We’ve received an above average amount of rainfall so far this year, which definitely helps the green up! If you have a Bermuda yard, you might be starting to see some brown circles or dead spots in your… Read more »

Freeze!

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Looking at the weather right now, it looks like we will get our first big freeze either Thursday night or Friday night. If you haven’t already started the never ending leaf raking, you’re about to start. Bermuda will be done growing for the season and it might look like a big maze in your yard… Read more »

Summertime Tips for Bermudagrass Lawns

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It’s July, it’s hot, and unless you have been one of the fortunate ones to have a pop-up shower lately, it’s pretty dry too.  The temperatures in the upper 90’s, and a heat index approaching 110 degrees is making it pretty rough for our LawnAmerica guys out treating lawns.  It’s making it tough on turfgrasses… Read more »

How Reducing Thatch Can Help Your Lawn

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It’s that time of year again. Time to break out the aerator on warm season turfs like bermudagrass and zoysiagrass. Core aeration, sometimes referred to as core aerification, is a process where a machine makes multiple passes over a lawn, pulling cores of dirt ranging from two to four inches deep and deposits those cores… Read more »