Common Lawn Fungus Part 2

Summer time is one of the most susceptible times for your lawn to be stricken with a fungus.  Your lawn may already be stressed by weather conditions such as extreme heat, mugginess, or drought.  The last thing that your lawn needs is a summer lawn fungus to wipe out...

Spring Turf Grass Diseases Part 1

Spring turf grass diseases can occur at any time when the conditions warrant.  With spring time comes the active growing season for your turf grass.  Along with the pleasure of a well maintained lawn comes the headache of spring turf grass diseases.  Most spring turf...

Abiotic Factors

Some abiotic factors are preventable and others are not.  The good news is that most abiotic factors are curable.   If your lawn is suffering from one of the abiotic factors below, there is hope for your lawn.  Since each factor requires a different cure, we have...

Abiotic Disorders

The term abiotic disorders when referring to turf grass, means nonliving.  Problems in the turf grass caused by abiotic disorders are not caused by living organisms such as insects or weeds, but by conditions such as weather, soil conditions and the human factor. ...

Brown Lawn Spots – Part 2

In part one of our examination of brown lawn spots, we learned that proper identification is key to the success of treatment.  Some brown lawn spots are avoidable and others are not.  Keeping a close eye on your turf and acting quickly when a problem arises may...

Brown Turf Grass – Part 1

Depending on the time of year, your lawn can have brown turf grass spots for many reasons.  Brown turf grass patches commonly found in the spring could be due to salt damage over the winter months, lack of moisture, seasonal fungus, insect damage or other external...