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I was looking through some of our blog posts from back in June of 2015 to refresh my memory on some of the issues we faced that summer after a (then) record-setting amount of spring rain. After all of the hours spent worrying about tornadoes, levees, and rainfall this last month, my brain was pretty… Read more »

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With the late spring rains, be on the lookout for Brown Patch turf disease soon in fescue lawns. High humidity, excessive rainfall, and warm temperatures are the perfect ingredients for turf disease such as Brown Patch to develop. There are three things that must be present for turf disease to occur… a susceptible host, fungi… Read more »

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What does Memorial Day mean to you? In the corporate/marketing world, it’s a weekend geared towards the unofficial transition from Spring into Summer, when people start venturing out of their house and into their yard. Pools are being opened up for the season, you can get that grill you’ve had your eye on during the… Read more »

Posted by & filed under excess rain, lawn care, rainfall

Oklahoma friends, it has been a wet few weeks. The amount of rain we have received across the state is definitely having an impact on our schedule. The excess moisture is not only slowing down our ability to get to properties on time but is also causing issues in lawns such as extra weed pressure… Read more »

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With all of the rain we’ve received so far this spring, everything is greening up nicely now. We’ve received an above average amount of rainfall so far this year, which definitely helps the green up! If you have a Bermuda yard, you might be starting to see some brown circles or dead spots in your… Read more »