Remember Those Dead Spots in Your Turf Last Spring?

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Remember those brown spots in your Bermuda grass lawn this past spring? It’s a very common turf disease called Spring Dead Spot, and September-October is the time to help combat that problem with applications of turf fungicides. Spring Dead Spot is caused by a fungus—ophiosphaerella korrae—which infects Bermuda grass roots during the fall. The fungus… Read more »

All Seed Is Not Created Equal

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This first major cool front and rain event in Tulsa has signaled the official start of the fescue seeding season here in Oklahoma. Being a cool-season grass, fescue will often thin out during hot Oklahoma summers, along with the stress from Brown Patch turf disease, shade, water stress, improper mowing, and other factors. Therefore, fescue… Read more »

Attack of the Fall Webworms

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The fall webworm infestation in certain Oklahoma trees has come back with a vengeance this fall, with the second generation of pests wrapping up webs in trees. The fall webworm larva hatch from eggs deposited on tree leaves, mainly pecan, walnut, persimmon, and other fruit bearing trees. Some ornamental trees found in the landscape such… Read more »

Poison Ivy: A Mean Little Plant

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Today’s post is coming to you again from Mr. Mike Bennett. Learn from his first hand experiences with a mean little plant. Fall is soon to be upon us. Cooler temperatures, shorter days, football and all those beautiful fall colors. Getting up close and personal with some of those colorful leaves can get you into… Read more »

Properly Fertilizing Your Turf

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Today’s blog is coming to you courtesy of Rodney Warlick. Rodney is 10 year veteran of LawnAmerica, currently serving as the Team Leader in the Owasso, OK area. Rodney’s attention to detail, expertise and care for his customers is second to none. Greener Isn’t Always Better As fall makes it way to us, many times… Read more »