Spring Dead Spot in Bermudagrass

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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 »

Why Does My Photinia Have Spots?

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Photinias are a popular shrub used in landscapes across the eastern and central portion of the United States. It grows pretty quickly, reaching 6’ within a few years. They look good planted along fence lines or property lines and are useful for blocking the wind or blocking nosy neighbors. They are evergreens, which means they… Read more »

Is it Cheaper to Treat Your Lawn Yourself?

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Along with the squirrels, rabbits and other animals that have been poking their heads out with the warmer weather, I’ve seen some of my neighbors also begin to emerge into the sun and begin to get ready for the green season. Every year I see people who set out to do their own lawn care… Read more »

Freeze!

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Looking at the weather right now, it looks like we will get our first big freeze either Thursday night or Friday night. If you haven’t already started the never ending leaf raking, you’re about to start. Bermuda will be done growing for the season and it might look like a big maze in your yard… Read more »

Is it time to put the mower away for the year yet?

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With the warm fall we’ve had in Oklahoma, we’ve been mowing lawns a lot deeper into the season.  The grass will be slowing down soon though with bermudagrass and zoysiagrass going into winter dormancy. Those of you with fescue yards can’t ditch the mowing just yet, this time of year is when fescue thrives in the cool season.  If you… Read more »