Lawn

  •  I have had an influx of calls as of late about lawns around the county. Specifically in centipede lawns. I wanted to go through a few reminders as we get further into spring and into summer in a few months.  To start with, I love centipedegrass. You may say why? Well it is called the…

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  • Soil is just dirt to many people, it ain’t much of anything, but to anyone that grows food or plants, soil is everything! When I think of all the soil tests our office sends off, the one question I get asked the most when the results are back is, “how much lime needs to be…

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  • Fall Lawn Care

    As we wrap up October and have moved into November, our minds often gravitate to that wonderful Turkey and Dressing we all love so much. It is super easy to forget some of the less exciting things to do during this time of year. I am here to remind us that it is a great…

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  • Soil Sampling 101

    It is finally one of my favorite months of the year… OCTOBER! Something about corn mazes, pumpkins, Halloween, and harvest time just gets me excited. Outside of these fun activities it is also a good time of year to start thinking about your soils. A successful lawn, garden, or crop is dependent on what it…

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  • There are numerous types of grass out there. Bermudagrass, Centipedegrass, and St. Augustinegrass are the three types most people have heard of the most. In Liberty County and our area Centipedegrass is the most popular and/or common. Often called the lazy man grass, it is one that requires only a little bit of care to…

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