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Texas Lawn Issues: How to keep a Nice Thick Healthy Lawn

Lawn Issues: How to keep a nice thick healthy lawn A nice thick healthy lawn can be easy to keep if you just know what happens when things start going wrong and attend to them. Most lawn issues start out looking the same- and are described as brown or dead spots in the yard. You have to decide what the problem is before you can fix it—and you have to fix the problem before you can restore a healthy look to the damaged area. Diagnosis can be difficult and often treating for the wrong problem just makes things worse. (For […]

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Newsflash! Dealing with the Heat

I’m sure that you would  guess that a lot of  plant problems  in July/August are heat related–it’s hot–it’s dry and sometimes windy-so plants, grass and trees  are having a hard time holding onto water-they need enough watering of the soil to give them a  good drink every 5 -7 days in clay and 3-5 days in sand depending on your plant choices and sites. This time of year if your sprinkler system is not  watering evenly it really shows up–most of the time that is what the problem is.  However  many of us  wrongly interrupt what we see- ( dry  tan patches in the grass and […]

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The Guide to Proper Watering

Watering Test This test is for overhead systems only— not drip irrigation, soaker hoses, etc-for those systems you  will need to water and then check and see if you have actually gotten the soil wet down to 6 inches in the ground. For Overhead (traditional systems) You will need—10 small cans-or like- with an inch marked inside with a marker – be sure it is easy to see [cat food cans-tuna cans–anything ] A bundle of landscape flags [ optional if you want to  write on them and mark  dry or wet spots for the sprinkler guy)]—they are wires with […]

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