Lawn

White Grubs and Turf

White grubs are the larvae of beetles.  The body of a grub is white with a brown head and a dark area on the rear abdomen. They have three pairs of legs that sit  near the head of the body. When they rest,  they rest in a C shaped position. White grubs have a life cycle ranging White Grubs and Turf

Fertilization and Pollution

With concerns about ground water pollution, Florida and other states are implementing restrictions against the use of phosphorous in fertilizers and restricting the amount of nitrogen in a fertilizer.  What can you do to protect the ground water but still keep your lawn healthy and green? Organic lawn care can help reduce fertilizer runoff and protect Fertilization and Pollution

Spring Lawn Renovation Tips

Early spring is the time when South Florida homeowners begin noticing weed growth and brown spots on their lawns. What can you do? One of the best things you can do is simply be patient. Many of the problems you see in the early spring will disappear with basic lawn care maintenance-fertilizing, mowing and watering. Spring Lawn Renovation Tips

Lawn Tip – Overwatering

During the winter months of January and February it is important to keep lawn watering to a minimum.  According to research conducted at the University of Florida lawns don’t need to be watered as much during cooler months. Over watering is the cause of many lawn problems. Under your sod the soil is composed of sand, Lawn Tip – Overwatering