Nutsedge Description: Nutsedge is a very aggressive and persistent weed that commonly infest lawns, gardens, or any home landscapes during the warmer months. At times, it can be difficult to eradicate and control. Successful management of nutsedge involves both cultural and chemical management. Nutsedge, often called “nutgrass”, closely resembles grass, and can be distinguished by…

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Important Points: Japanese Beetles feed on the leaves, flowers, or fruits of many species of plants. Japanese Beetles start off as Grubs. Grubs chew grass roots, causing the turf to turn brown and die-off. Pic 1 Japanese Beetles emerge around June/July every year. Pic 2 Preventive treatments include our third, Flea, Tick, & Grub, lawn…

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Lawn fungal disease can take on a variety of forms, all of which can be found within the lawns soil. Several outside factors can bring many different fungi which can adversely affect your lawn. Over the past few seasons, we have seen an increase in disease pressure. This is because of the ideal environmental conditions…

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Bagworms are mostly found on conifer trees (Leyland Cypress, Arborvitae, Juniper, Cedar, etc.) and will do deadly damage to these trees. These caterpillars create a silk and evergreen foliage cocoon that can easily blend into a tree. Bagworms hatch around mid-June (depending on the region’s growing degree days) and extend their feeding season over a…

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Recently we have received quite a few calls from concerned homeowners and landscapers about holly trees. THE CONCERN Some of the leaves are turning yellow and falling off of the trees. In some cases it appears that a large amount of the leaves are doing this and it is quite alarming to homeowners worried that…

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