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 »

Bermudagrass…..the Preferred Turf for Oklahoma

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Bermudagrass, or Cynodon dactylon as my college professor would call it, is the most common turf type in Oklahoma lawns. Bermudagrass is warm-season, sun-loving grass, drought tolerant, wear tolerant, and fairly easy to grow. It’s usually established by sodding, laying rolls of existing turf on bare soil, to establish a lawn quickly. Certain varieties can… Read more »

Bermudagrass Mites Out Again in Some Neighborhoods

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Bermudagrass Mite damage on a lawn. Bermudagrass Mites are becoming an ever-increasing problem in Oklahoma lawns. I’ve been caring for lawns for over 30 years in Oklahoma, and until a few years ago, mites were not that big of an issue. We don’t really know why they are increasing, but the changing weather patterns with… Read more »

Green Bermudagrass Coming On Strong

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  Chalk it up to El Nino, global warming, or just a fluke, but after such a warm winter and early spring, our bemudagrass in Tulsa and Oklahoma City is really greening up fast. Look at the bermudagrass pics above, and see how much greener the turf is after just one week. This is the… Read more »