The Importance of Lawn Pest Control For a Healthy Lawn

The Importance of Lawn Pest Control For a Healthy Lawn

Did you know that the United States is home to at least 100,000 native insect species? Of all these species, about a third is in the Lone Star State. As a Texas homeowner yourself, your lawn is likely home to many critters. The thing is, not all

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3 Helpful Tips for Controlling Lawn Weeds

3 Helpful Tips for Controlling Lawn Weeds

North Texas is home to a number of beautiful native plants but it’s also home to a large variety of broadleaf and turfgrass weeds. As we start thinking of the spring and summer months ahead, many of us get excited to get back outside and dig into

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Granulawn Discusses Dallas Lawn Types on Redfin.com

Granulawn Discusses Dallas Lawn Types on Redfin.com

Our experts here at Granulawn were proud to participate in an interview by Redfin.com author Jeff Anttila to discuss how various lawn types can affect what you should do to prep your yard in the Spring to help prepare it for the Summer. The article contains a

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Why You Should Not Scalp Your Lawn After Spring

Why You Should Not Scalp Your Lawn After Spring

Scalping a lawn, mowing too low or even too frequently can literally kill your lawn.  Please be sure to ask your landscape professional about what is best for the type of grass in your lawn. Link to this post!

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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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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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Watering Restrictions Throughout North Texas

(As of April 1, 2014 – Please check the latest status via your city’s website) Allen – http://www.cityofallen.org/index.aspx?NID=929 Argyle – None Aubrey – None Carrollton – Stage 1, voluntary 2 days a week 7pm to 10 am ( Odd Addresses: Sat & Wed, Even Addresses: Sun & Thur

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Do I really need a Dormant Oil Treatment?

We begin our Dormant Oil treatments in December and January. This application is very helpful to give control and eliminate the majority of pests that can survive through the winter such as: egg masses, scale (including azalea scale), mites, and many other insect life forms. Call the

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