Lawncare Myths

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Are beautiful, healthy lawns only cosmetic in purpose? Should pesticides be avoided at all costs? What about weeds…..aren’t they not all that bad? And does fertilizer just make lawns green with no other positive benefits? There are some misperceptions and myths about lawns and lawncare and the beneifits that healthy lawns provide. The tools that… Read more »

Your 2017 Lawn Will be Starting Soon

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Another new year is upon us, so the LawnAmerica team is busy preparing for another year in providing lawns that our customers love while making our world a little greener. We typically will begin our spring weed-control later in January, as long as the Oklahoma weather cooperates, which often does not happen. But if we’re… Read more »

Fall Fertilization on Fescue

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The last days of summer have faded away, so now is the time to fertilize cool-season tall fescue to strengthen plant and turf roots so that it comes out strong next spring. Late fall is the most important fertilization of the season for fescue. So with the R7 Late Fall Treatment on fescue, we provide… Read more »

How to Keep Weeds out of your Flower Bed

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Our lawn care service in the Tulsa and Oklahoma City areas controls weeds in your home lawn, with applications of fertilizers and weed-control products to the lawn. However, we don’t apply these same products into landscape beds where flowers and shrubs are located. Sure, some of the granular fertilizer pellets will shoot into adjoining beds… Read more »

Bermudagrass…..the Preferred Turf for Oklahoma

Posted by & filed under bermudagrass, drought, fescue seeding, lawn care, Uncategorized, Weed-Control

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 »