Owners of St Augustine turf grass lawns know that if you don't fertilize your lawn, control the weeds and kill the chinch bugs - you don't have a lawn for very long. Learning when and what to do for your St Augustine turf grass lawn and then taking a Saturday to do it, can be a hassle. But hiring a lawn spraying company is expensive, right? Wrong! It cost Less!
The problem with organic lawn care is that when the lawn is in danger of perishing, you are limited to use only organic. Coventional lawn spraying uses a hybrid of organic and conventional methods. Which works and which is best for you?
A lawn doesn't pollute, a lawn depollutes - a lawn will clean up pollution. Watch this short video to learn how.
If I answered "Water" to every lawn probem question, I'd be right 90% of the time. For the other 10% the answer is Chinch bugs. Learn how to tell the difference.
The number one determining factor for how good your lawn looks is water. The better you water, the better your lawn looks. A bright green lush lawn has plenty of water. A grey green lawn needs more water. A brown lawn is dead from lack of water.
Some plants like marigolds and chrysanthemum contain a natural insecticide. To bugs it is deadly in very small amounts - harmless to humans, pets and other creatures. So why not use these natural insecticide on lawns?
Fungus is the go to culprit when a lawn looks sick. And even more convenient, the cure is sold in a bottle. But are fungi the cause of sick lawns or just an imaginary monster.
Many believe that lawn spraying is all about the guy who sprays the lawn or which company sprays the lawn. But it is the spray that is the magic, not the tech or even the company.
A new customer wrote asking why paying by check was missing from the options on the website. He wanted to pay by check, but after reading my answer, he paid online using his credit card. Read why.
February is a transition month in Pinellas County. Your lawn is transitioning from semi-dormant to spring growth spurt. Right now, it is all about the soil. So what to do in February?