Watering a North Texas lawn using a sprinkler system is more of an art than a science. Let us help you!
Not all North Texas lawn types should be mowed the same. Read for more details!
Dallisgrass is a difficult to control perennial weed often found in North Texas lawns.
Learn what causes Nutsedge and how to prevent it from becoming a major issue in your North Texas lawn.
Some weeds are more difficult to control and may appear in your North Texas lawn annually.
The lawn blades will appear to move as if the wind is blowing due to the weight of Armyworms on the leaves.
Chinch bugs will destroy your St. Augustine lawn. Look for the signs of damage done by these small insects.
These worms will eat off your lawn at the base causing the lawn to have many bare patches during the summer months.
These pest are normally present in the spring, leaving small piles of dirt in your North Texas lawn.
Moles are one of the most difficult rodents to keep out of your lawn. They typically appear when major construction occurs near your property.
Grub damage is most noticeable in the spring when sections of your North Texas lawn do not turn green.
Yellow Patches in your lawn during the hot summer months are signs of a sprinkler issue. Open for more details
This St. Augustine grass disease usually shows up in mid-September when nightly temperatures drop into the low 60s.
Most common with St. Augustine lawns in Spring/Summer, caused by dull mower blades and improper watering practices.
Red thread is usually a result of sprinkler head issues and overwatering to attempt to resolve yellow patches in the summer.
Generally grow in wet soils where a tree was previously removed, or from other dead woody organic material buried in the area.
Man's best friend can sometimes cause unsightly spots on your green grass; this is more predominant with female dogs.
Most winter damage on North Texas lawns occurs to St. Augustine and is the result of snow and ice present for multiple days in a row.
This weed is easily prevented in North Texas lawns with proper applications of pre-emergent weed control.
The proper balance of nutrients throughout the growing season produces a healthy North Texas lawn.
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