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How to Use Fungicide on Your Lawn

If you’ve noticed brown spots or white powdered areas of your lawn – you might have fungus. To avoid further damage, an online search might lead you to information regarding fungicide. What is fungicide, and what is the best fungicide for your lawn? What causes lawn fungus? Before we consider what fungicides to use, let’s …

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gray snow mold on gold course

What are Fungicides?

Fungus can be the unfortunate factor standing between you and a healthy lawn. Lawn fungus takes many forms, with unsightly results. Some of the common types of lawn fungus include summer patch, fairy ring, powdery mildew, pythium blight, brown patch, gray snow mold, red thread, dollar spot and rust diseases. To determine what is affecting …

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Nutsedge looks very similar to grass, but it is a grass weed with a tuber at its base

Does Your Lawn Have Nutsedge?

What is that weed in my lawn? It’s a game many of us play in the summer. Many homeowners immediately assume crabgrass, but what you have in your lawn might be nutsedge. Nutsedge is a type of sedge –  a grass-like plant that can be very hard to eliminate from your lawn because it can …

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Tree and Shrubs

Tree & Shrub Program: Protection from Insects, Diseases and More

When it comes to lawn care, most people focus on their lawn. Mowing, fertilizing and leaf removal are important, but you need to take care of your trees and shrubs too. Starting in March or April, our tree and shrub program consists of our licensed specialists visiting every 6-8 weeks. Monitoring all season long, we …

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Nutsedge looks very similar to grass, but it is a grass weed with a tuber at its base

Nutsedge Identification

Have you been seeing this “weed” popping up in your lawn in the summer? If so, you are dealing with a unique plant from the sedge family of plants called Nutsedge, and it is neither a grass, nor a weed. How to Treat Nutsedge Nutsedge requires treatment above and beyond that of traditional broadleaf weed …

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Grass Blades infected by Rust Diseases

How to Get Rid of Lawn Rust

Have you ever played with your dog in the lawn and you both end up with yellowish orange dust on your feet? You need to wipe off your shoes, and your dog looks like he’s wearing Halloween socks. This situation is brought to you by lawn rust – not a welcome addition to any well-kept …

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