The weed with large round green leaves growing in your St Augustine grass lawn is dollar weed, It has white stems below ground and returns every year
Lawn Myth: A lawn isn’t a lawn unless it is short, like a golf course or it is just a hayfield. Not True! A lawn is a lawn when it looks good.
Small tan or straw-colored spots in your St Augustine grass lawn is Dollar Spot. They can be a few or many and make the lawn appear blotchy or spotted. Dollar spot signals your lawn is ready for a feeding
Lawn Spraying is a service that delivers to your home a mixture of fertilizer, insecticides, and herbicide and spreads it evenly over your lawn
How to set up your irrigation system timer or controller to water your lawn enough to keep it alive, green and healthy and follow water restrictions
The spongy cushiony feel of a St Augustine lawn is natural and necessary for the survival and health of a St Augustine lawn. Thatch is not a serious problem in St Agustine lawns
Fertilizer applied to St Augustine grass lawns before a rain storm does not pollute water because fertilizer does not wash away or run off when it rains.
The best mowing height for St Augustine turf grass lawns is 4" or higher. Lawn damage, brown spots and dead thin turf are caused by mowing height below 4”
Instantly transforming a lawn from brown to green comes at a price. A newly sodded lawn is about $5000.00 by contract or about $1000.00 plus a whole weekend of hard labor for the DIY.
Guide to best when and how to mow, water, apply fertilizer, apply bug killer insecticides and weed killer herbicides to your St Augustine grass lawn
Finding a few white grubs in a St Augustine turf grass lawn, you do not have to buy and apply an insecticide to kill grubs. A few grubs do not kill a lawn
Chinch bugs are small bugs that live in St Augustine turf grass lawns. They cause dead patches of grass and grass with yellow leaves
Dichondra looks like Dollar Weed but Dichondra has a small round light green leaves and grows low to the ground in shade areas
What causes those lime green or yellow areas in your St Augustine Lawn? It is from a lack of iron. Learn how to fix it