1. Fungus and Diseases

    Your lawn can get “sick” just like any other organism. For turfgrass, this usually comes in the form of fungus, rust, or mold / mildew (yes, like you get in your shower). Some turf types are more susceptible to diseases than others, and watering improperly will add to turf susceptibility. Once you notice disease issues, you need to act quickly to stop the spread of the disease in order to mini…Read More

  2. 10 Reasons We Don’t Do Blue

    You can tell it’s almost spring. Some of the trees have started to bud out. A few buttercups have braved the cold to begin to bloom. And blue lawns have shown up all over town. What is this blue and why is your yard not blue? The blue marker dye was introduced in the lawn care market years ago to aid in training new technicians and to verify coverage in applications. On occasion, Personal La…Read More

  3. What to Do with an Icy Lawn

    When it begins snowing or sleeting in the Mid-South, we batten down the hatches. Roads are salted, schools are closed and that crucial run for bread and milk has been made. But do we think about our lawn and landscaping? Usually not until there are issues. Turf:  Sleet and freezing rain can lead to a coating of ice over your trees, shrubs and turf. Though it may seem counter intuitive, if you get…Read More

  4. This, Thatch, and the Other

    So, you hired a professional, they treated your lawn, but you still have weeds. Your lawn companies fault… maybe, but not necessarily. There may be lawn companies out there that perform low quality work, but the majority are professional in their treatment of your lawn. But there always seem to be these pesky weeds. So who’s fault is it? THATCH!! What is thatch? Thatch is a layer of debris …Read More