Blogs in August 2013

One of the most common spiders found throughout North America are the Funnel Web or Grass Spiders in the family Agelenidae. Each morning as you leave for work their webs are scattered throughout your yard like glistening crystal palaces. ...Continue Reading
August is proving to be a very dry month and lawns are beginning to show signs of stress. As of August 1st, central Indiana has received less than an inch of rain, and since June we are 3.5 inches below normal. That means it’s time to water. Grass is a hardy plant, but it...Continue Reading
Indianapolis homeowners and those in surrounding areas like Carmel, Fishers, Greenwood and pretty much all of the midwest, are going to have to deal with lawn rust at some point, though it varies from season to season depending on weather conditions. What is Lawn Rust?...Continue Reading
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Goosegrass (Eleusine indica) is an late-germinating summer annual grass that is often found in compacted areas or areas disturbed in the summer. These areas include compacted areas next to sidewalks or cart paths, golf course tees, and areas were soil is disturbed during the summer...Continue Reading