Bugs, Weeds, Grass and You
|Posted by Joseph E Woodson on March 12, 2012 at 3:40 PM|
Article in Feb 2012 FloridaPestPro Magazine to answer general lawn questions from customers.
|Posted by Joseph E Woodson on May 31, 2011 at 6:08 PM|
A little way. We had between 1 - 2" of rainfall this weekend areawide. This is great for the short-term, but keep watering your lawn on a regular basis. Too much at one time can be as hamful as too little, the lawn gets confused and responds by yellowing and either growing too fast for a short time or shutting down growth. The past three years have been as inconsistant for the growth of lawns I have ever seen in my 38 years of lawn control. There is no easy answer or solution. Don't give up on your lawn, this will pass eventually and your lawn will respond favorably.
|Posted by Joseph E Woodson on May 23, 2011 at 2:29 PM|
There are many ways a lawn may have damage other than insects or fungus. Our lawn mowers do a lot of damage when we mow a hot, dry lawn. Even with a good sprinkler system that appears to be working correct, it is easy to have dry ares.
Lawnmower wheel tracks damage
Discolorazation from wheels
Dry areas in lawn.
|Posted by Joseph E Woodson on May 20, 2011 at 11:24 AM|
We are going from record lows on Tuesday (low 40's) to record highs (upper 90's) by Sunday. No rain in sight.
|Posted by Joseph E Woodson on May 20, 2011 at 12:43 AM|
This is the lastest drought meter for the southeast