What Happened to my Green Lawn?

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“But we’ve had all this rain this year,” I heard a customer say as they looked at their brown lawn that was green a few weeks ago. Yes, the rains we’ve had from May through July were sure nice, and caused Tulsa lawns and landscapes to be nice and green all summer for a change…. Read more »

What to Do about Late Summer Crabgrass

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As summer is winding down, the troublesome summer annual weed crabgrass can rear its ugly head late in the season. A pre-emergent herbicide applied early in spring is the best way to prevent crabgrass from even germinating. So if one was not applied properly earlier this season, expect crabgrass, often in large amounts. Crabgrass is… Read more »

LawnAmerica Receives NALP Community Stewardship Award

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LawnAmerica was recently awarded the Community Stewardship Award for its company's ongoing culture of giving back within the community, sponsored by theNational Association of Landscape Professionals. Company owner Brad Johnson accepted the award in Arlington, VA recently in conjunction with their community service trip to Arlington National Cemetery with his son Jake, recently back home… Read more »

Americans Love Their Lawns

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A recent Harris Poll conducted through the National Association of Landscape Professionals (NALP) confirmed what we know at LawnAmerica, that yards are important to American homeowners. Most Americans think it is important to have a yard (83%) and to spend time outside in the yard (75%). For those that have a yard, 90% think it… Read more »

Who’s Ready for Christmas?

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Can you believe that half of 2015 is already gone? That means we are just a few short months away from installing Christmas lights again this year. July may seem too early to even think about Christmas lights, but the truth is, this is the best time to guarantee a spot in our busy schedule… Read more »