Fall Webworms Invading Oklahoma Trees

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The annual outbreak of fall webworms is now occurring in the Oklahoma area, and appears to be more severe compared to the previous few years. This is probably due to the increased rain and denser foliage on trees. Webs can be seen in many ornamental trees, especially in pecan, hickory, persimmon, sweetgum, willow, redbud, oaks,… Read more »

Summer Rains Continue to Cause Turf Disease

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We are now about 14” above normal for rainfall in much of Oklahoma, even more in some areas. And most of that rain has come over the past few months, at a time with the temperatures are warm to hot. This is the perfect recipe for turf diseases, such as Brown Patch, to develop in… Read more »

Tired of Mowing your lawn? Try Primo!

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With the rains and now hot weather, your bermudagrass especially may be growing like crazy now. Primo is a great product that has been around for about 20 years now. When applied to turf, it will slow down the growth of the turf by about 50% over a 5-6 week period. The turf more or… Read more »

Spring Rains Bring on Dollar Spot Turf Disease

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With all the May and June rains, it's the perfect conditions for a for a troublesome turf disease we really don't see much in Oklahoma, Dollar Spot. Symptoms appear as small brown or dead-looking spots about the size of a silver dollar, usually in bermudagrass. Some spots can merge together to form large brown irregular… Read more »

LawnAmerica, Inc. vs. Trugreen

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So What’s the Difference between LawnAmerica and Trugreen? I was out in the field with two of our Route Mangers in Bartlesville on Wednesday helping to do some lawn treatments and checking on how things were going. There happened to be a Trugreen truck running around in the same neighborhood treating some lawns, one of… Read more »