Controlling Ticks in Oklahoma Lawns & Landscapes

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The summer of 2017 is shaping up to be a banner year for tick problems in Tulsa and Oklahoma City area lawns. Ticks don’t just confine themselves to woods and country settings. They can be found anywhere in Oklahoma, and with the mild winters and abundant rains, conditions are perfect for a population explosion. Last… Read more »

What to do About Brown Patch

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It’s that time of year to be on the lookout for brown patch turf disease in Oklahoma lawns. High humidity, excessive moisture, and warmer temperatures are the perfect conditions for lawn diseases such as brown patch to develop. In order for lawn diseases to occur, there are generally three things that must be present. Those three things include a… Read more »

Remembering the Heroes on Memorial Day

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by: Jake Johnson The word “hero” is thrown around these days a great deal. Usually the word follows some sort of tragic event where individuals did something unselfish to save other people and putting themselves in harm’s way. Sometimes it’s the guy returning home from war with a chest full of medals and ribbons or… Read more »

Yikes, it’s Mites on my Roses!

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Mites……little microscopic critters which serve no purpose whatsoever, other than to cause landscapers, turf managers, and homeowners to despair. Over the past few years, we’ve seen a big increase in mite damage to bermudagrass lawns from the Bermudagrass Stunt Mite. This nasty little critter is over-populating lawns in Oklahoma and causing what looks like drought… 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 »