• Know How Much To Water Your Lawn?

    Watering is one of the most often misunderstood aspects of turfgrass culture. Often, watering on turf areas is too frequent and too light. Frequent, shallow watering encourages shallow rooting, soil compaction, thatch accumulation, and weed seed germination. Ideally, turf should not be irrigated on a regular schedule but on one that is determined by need. An irrigation program cannot be developed [...]

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    Oklahoma Ice Storm and Tree Care

    Trees provide innumerable benefits, including protection and enhancement to your property. Not only do they intercept stormwater runoff, conserve electricity usage and improve air quality, but also your trees can buffer strong winds that enter your property. So, as they help you year-round, it's important to give your trees the proper care and attention they deserve. Investing time and money [...]

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    Rose Rosette Disease

    May 3, 2013 | blog
    Rose Rosette Disease

    Rose Rosette disease, also known as witches broom in roses, is truly a heartbreaker for the rose loving gardener. There is no known cure for it, thus, once a rose bush contracts the disease, which is actually a virus, it is best to remove and destroy the bush. So what does Rose Rosette disease look like? Keep reading for information on how to treat witches broom in roses. What is Rose Rosette [...]

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