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Take All Patch in St. Augustine Lawns

Take All Patch in St. Augustine Lawns

You will see this disease affect St. Augustine turf in the spring and will cause areas of lighter green, yellow and even brown and dead patches on your yard. The runners will pull up easily from the soil and the roots are dead, dry and shortened. The

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Support Your Favorite Local Businesses

The Best of Denton County nominations are happening RIGHT NOW. It would be awesome if you would take a moment to nominate your favorite Lawn Maintenance or (as a separate category) Weed Control company! Thank you for the support. We certainly can’t do it without you. Link

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March Contest Winner!

Congratulations to Lisa Longenecker – Winner of the March Contest!  Your $50 Account Credit is ready to go! Be sure to enter today for your chance to win.  We will announce a new winner every month between March and June. CLICK HERE FOR FULL DETAILS.   Link

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The DFW Metroplex received more rainfall in 2015 than ever recorded !?!

The DFW Metroplex received more rainfall in 2015 than ever recorded !?!

After several years of drought here in the DFW Metroplex, 2015 looked to make up for our lack of rain in a big way.  With 62.61 inches of rainfall in 2015, we’ve seen more rain in one year than in any other year ever recorded (the National Weather

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Texas A&M Agrilife to Launch New Website in July (Video)

Texas A&M Agrilife to Launch New Website in July (Video)

Visit https://aggieturf.tamu.edu/ to learn more about: Texas Turfgrasses: Varieties, ID, and Management Turfgrass Weeds: High-resolution photos of over 100 common Texas turfgrass weeds Turfgrass Insects: High-resolution photos, life cycles, and management strategies for common insect pests County agent log-in portal for agents and RPLs to access turfgrass information Useful

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Drought? What drought?

Drought?  What drought?

After years of struggling to keep your lawn green despite watering restrictions, the situation has turned around in a hurry.  As of May 27, Lake Lewisville’s water level has officially jumped 20 feet versus just one year ago.  In fact, all DFW area lakes are well above

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Great Deal on Live Oaks and Red Oaks!

Great Deal on Live Oaks and Red Oaks!

Our friends @ Stinchcomb Lawn & Tree and have some great deals on Live Oaks and Red Oaks. They are 1 1/2 to 2 inch caliper trees that have been container grown. The trees are available for installation locally (Aubrey, Pilot Point, Paloma Creek, Savannah & Crossroads) for

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North Texas Lake Levels Increase After Winter Storms, But the Drought Continues

North Texas Lake Levels Increase After Winter Storms, But the Drought Continues

North Texas area lakes are up an average of over 9% in March versus a month before, but overall lakes remain below normal. Water restrictions throughout the area are expected to continue in 2015.  Contact Granulawn today and learn how we can help your lawn survive yet

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Hello, Frisco! Stage 3 Restrictions Modified To Watering Once Every Two Weeks

Hello, Frisco! Stage 3 Restrictions Modified To Watering Once Every Two Weeks

This Texas-sized drought is really taking a toll on our lawns.  Check out how Granulawn can help you make every drop of water count as water restrictions become increasingly more strict throughout North Texas. From the City of Frisco: Beginning June 29, the City of Frisco will

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City of Lewisville Water Restrictions Begin May 1

City of Lewisville Water Restrictions Begin May 1

It’s that time of year again and the drought in North Texas continues.  Lewisville has announced the details of this summer’s water restrictions. Thankfully, there are ways to combat our seemingly never ending drought conditions.  Contact us today to learn how Hydretain can help you make the

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