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The tropical sod webworm is an active caterpillar in Southern Florida that feeds on leaf blades in grass.
Without proper maintenance, your lawn can get out of control, leading to a mess of other problems. Learn how to keep your lawn looking its best thatch-free.
When it’s nice outside, your lawn hosts games of tag, family picnics and dashes through the sprinkler. It’s a wide open space for parties and other gatherings—but to remain a good party host, your lawn needs some room to breathe. Core aerification can help.
Proper mowing at the correct height and frequency is an important practice in maintaining a healthy lawn.
Over-seeding and slit--seeding are two services that will improve the health and appearance of your lawn.
Gray leaf spot is a fungal disease affecting St. Augustinegrass, caused by high temperatures and prolonged wet weather.
Drought can leave your lawn permanently damaged. Often during drought, water rationing goes into effect. So maintaining your yard prior to drought with the correct level of fertilizer, coupled with good water management practices, will help reduce damage.
Concentrated near the soil surface, chinch bug nymphs feed on St. Augustine grass lawns, causing yellow areas that turn brown.
Brown patch is a fungal disease that develops rapidly as a result of prolonged wet conditions such as periods of rain, heavy dew, excessive irrigation or poor drainage.