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stressed grass

Stressed Grass Shouldn’t Stress Floridians This Winter

If you live in Sarasota, Manatee or Charlotte counties, you might be seeing parts of your lawn turning brown this winter season. It's stressed grass but not to worry. As temperatures drop to the 40s and occasional 30s, the growth of St. Augustine turf slows greatly, and it’s not as…

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Waterlogged Lawns: Should You Mow or Not

Some days it’s easy to read Mother Nature and tell our mow crews to go home -- especially during Florida's rainy season when lightening threatens and lawns become waterlogged. We certainly don't want to endanger our crews or damage lawns with deep mower ruts.  For the most part, property managers…

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Chinch bug


The first order of business is to determine what’s eating your St. Augustine. Chinch bug infestations resemble drought or brown patch, so you just need to throw down some fertilizer and water, right? Nope, that’s not going to work. You’ll need to find someone who uses the best product available…

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