Keeping your Pets Free from Fleas and Ticks

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Fleas and ticks can be a year-round problem in Oklahoma, especially with the mild winters we’ve experienced lately. They are a real nuisance on our dogs and cats, along with being a health issue. And especially with ticks in the landscape, diseases such as Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever and Lyme Disease can be threats. So… Read more »

Dormant Oil Treatments Now Prevents Insect Damage Later

Posted by & filed under Aphids, Insect Control, Mites, Tree and Shrub Care

Now is the perfect time to combat certain insect pests that can damage trees and shrubs later on in the season, with the application of a dormant oil treatment. Most commercially available horticultural or dormant oils  are refined from petroleum oil with the impurities filtered out. This is then combined with an emulsifying agent that allows… Read more »

Armyworms in Tulsa area…But Don’t Freak Out!

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For the past few weeks, we’ve had sporadic Armyworm problems in the Tulsa area. The Fall Armyworm can be a devastating insect problem during some years, usually in late summer to early fall. Several years ago we had a significant problem in late August, but nothing like the “Great Armyworm invasion” of 2002 I believe… Read more »

Lookout for the Fall Armyworm

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Over the last few days we have started getting a few calls from customers with Fall Armyworms eating away at their turf.  While the cases we have seen are isolated so far, we are keeping an eye out for more.  So with that in mind we wanted to reshare a blog post from a couple of… Read more »