Spring Dead Spot Strikes Again

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After spending almost 20 years in lawn care, you come to realize that there is rarely anything new under the sun.  While every season presents its own unique set of challenges, you can always count on weather to impact how quickly nature wakes up, lawns start to look good,weeds begin to germinate and our infamous… Read more »

Dead spots in your grass last spring?

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Remember those brown spots in your Bermuda grass lawn this past spring? It’s a common lawn disease called Spring Dead Spot, and September through October is the time to help combat the problem with applications of lawn fungicides. Spring Dead Spot is caused by a fungus (known as ophiosphaerella korrae), which infects Bermuda grass roots… Read more »

A Forest is Trying to Grow in My Lawn

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Lawns are actually not natural. They are nice, healthy, and add tremendous environmental benefits to the urban environment. Mother Nature however is always trying to do her thing, which is attempting to eventually grow a forest in your lawn. That’s what these little tree saplings are that always pop up in Oklahoma lawns in spring…. Read more »

Will This Be Your Lawn?

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I took this picture of a new housing sub-division being built in the Broken Arrow area as I drove home yesterday. What was once a cow pasture with some scattered trees and such, has been scaped down with huge dirt graders in an effort to prepare the land for streets and houses soon. To get… Read more »