Blogs in July 2012

Most damaging fungus is likely to occur when daytime temperatures are above 80 degrees, nighttime temperatures are above 60, and humidity is high. For central Indiana lawns, typically cool grasses such as Kentucky Bluegrass and Tall Fescue, the unwanted fungus types are brown patch and summer patch...Continue Reading
Even though your lawn may be suffering, weeds seem to thrive. Why is that? Weeds thrive in distressed lawns. When grass is week, weeds sneak in. And during these high temperatures, most weed killer products do not work effectively and if they do work, they can take up to two weeks to fully kill the...Continue Reading
OK, so it finally happened. It wasn't a matter of "if", rather a matter of "when" and that is today. At noon. No more watering lawns for Indianapolis residents. The silver lining is that you can continue to water flower & vegetable gardens (with certain restrictions), but general lawn watering...Continue Reading
I know we've covered watering a lot recently...and for good reason. It's been exceptionally dry and here we are, the second week of July with no rain in the forecast for at least a week. What does that mean? Well, if your lawn in brown and crunchy, it may be too late. You'll want to see if the...Continue Reading