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Tips for taking care of a neglected lawn and dealing with bamboo.
Without a doubt the No. 1 chore for those of you with cool season lawns is a big fall feeding. Cool season lawns like fescue, rye and bluegrass need their biggest feeding of the season right now to help them recover from that brutal summer we all endured.
Jim in Alexandria has an all-too common problem. He writes, "I have several Boxwoods along the walkway at the front of my house, and neighborhood dogs love to urinate on them (and it doesn't appear that their owners care.) This is slowly killing the Boxwoods. Almost half of the leaves are brown and dying. Any recommendations on how to keep the dogs away?"
This is the time to take a bad yard and turn it into the yard you want.
Find out how to save by buying now for next spring.
When is the best time to apply corn gluten for fall weed prevention?
What's the silky material showing up on azaleas and roses? And tips to help tomato growers.
The first heat wave of the season was pretty brutal. And it won't be the last, so let's review hot weather turfgrass rules.
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Beneficial nematodes are the safe and effective grub control of choice.
Unless you plant the starter plugs densely, zoysia typically takes a couple seasons to fully establish, while Bermuda starts (or seed) planted in the Spring will fully cover the intended area edge to edge by the end of summer.