How To Prevent Crabgrass

Crabgrass is a drought tolerant hardy creeping grass that can absorb lawns when not careful. Unlike other common lawn grasses like st. augustine, bermuda, and zoysia, crabgrass is a hearty plant that will survive and continue to grow all season long. The key to preventing crabgrass is a mixture of keeping your lawn healthy with fertilizers and treating and minimizing affected areas by either removing the crabgrass or applying herbicide.


When to Fertilize in Texas

Because of soil composition and your grass type, It goes without saying that no two lawns are going to be exactly alike. When you live in Texas, you will have a number of considerations to take into account while trying to plan out your fertilization timing. Depending on how much sunlight, water, and natural fertilization from grass clippings your lawn gets, your fertilization schedule could be drastically different than normally recommended.

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Sod vs. Seed for Lawns

Summer has arrived, so paying close attention to the needs of your lawn is essential to get things up and running for the warmer months. For many people, this means reviving their lawns in two ways: with seed or sod. There are several things to consider before choosing which one you’d like to use to fix your lawn. Here are some benefits and disadvantages of seed and sod.

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When To Mulch in Texas

Mulch can be applied to garden beds and on top of exposed soil to promote healthy plant growth and prevent weed growth. The Ideal level of mulch in garden beds and on top of tree roots is 2-3 inches. Mulch should be re-applied to the area once the layer has reached below 2 inches. It is important to maintain this level because if the mulch layer shrinks any further it will not carry the same insulating and weed blocking properties.