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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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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North Texas Lawn Care Tip

Watering Of the elements that make up a turf grass plant, water is the most important element. A turf grass plant is made of almost 90% water. A dry lawn will show stress. Water once a week if “Mother Nature” does not provide at least an inch

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Winter Prep for Lawn & Landscape

1. Raise your mowing height! Mow high in the fall. This creates a buffer zone that will help insulate the root system against cold injury or freeze damage. 2. Mowing Schedule Recommendations Be sure to mow at least bi-weekly during the October and November months and once

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Preparing Your DFW Lawn For Winter

Preparing Your DFW Lawn For Winter

The key to making sure you have a beautiful yard every spring is first properly preparing it for the long winter. Whether we have a mild winter here in North Texas or experience one of our periodic “frozen” Februarys, it’s a better plan to take some easy

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Caring for Your Lawn During North Texas Summers

We’re less than two weeks from the official start of summer, but here in North Texas it we’re already starting to feel the heat of summer…and so are our lawns. With drought conditions and water restrictions, keeping your lawn plush and green can be challenging.  Here are

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7 Ways to Prepare Your Lawn & Landscape for Drought in North Texas

7 Ways to Prepare Your Lawn & Landscape for Drought in North Texas

[message type=”info”]The experts are predicting at least 9 more months of drought for North Texas. Granulawn can help your lawn survive the Texas summer drought- even if (or likely when) water restrictions take effect. Click here to learn about our Drought Care Lawn Maintenance Service[/message] 1. WATER

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