Armyworm Watch

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First off, don’t panic. This is just a friendly heads up to be on the lookout. We’ve found a few in lawns and on driveways here and there across the area and this is the time of year we start to see them. Fall armyworms, also known as “climbing cutworms” are caterpillars that prefer to… Read more »

Do I Need To Aerate My Warm Season Grass?

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Short answer: Yes. Lawn aeration is helpful and essential for all types of turf. Different types of turf benefit from aeration at different times of the year though, so it’s important to know what type of grass you’re working with before aerating. We are about to fire up our aerators for the summer now, they… Read more »

Be on the Lookout for Brown Patch!

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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 »

Lawn Care Tips for Too Much Rain

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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 »