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?
Introducing Gnomey, the lawn gnome sign twirler. He replaced Pinky the Flamingo as our friendly reminder to "Keep Off Until Dry".
Here is a sample of a dialogue between a customer and myself about what it takes to recover a lawn from neglect.
Chinch bugs are small, fast and good at hiding. This video gives you a look at what to expect when looking for chinch bugs in the lawn.
Landscape tip to help you have an attractive landscape with less work.
Environmental groups claimed fertilizers were polluting Florida Waterways. So they lobbied for fertilizer ordinances and the Pinellas County Commission adopted fertilizer ordinances in 2010. But now, there is a study by the Florida Dept. of Environmental Protection that says these ordinances are not justified.