How Can You Prepare Your Lawn for the Winter?

Once the growing season for your lawn is over, you may think there’s nothing more to be done until March, when the worst of winter is over. However, there are…

Why Does My Lawn Look Orange in the Fall?

An orange-colored lawn usually means that your grass has rust disease. This lawn disease can appear in the fall during periods of time when little rain falls – which sounds…

How to Tell If You Have Active Grubs or Grub Damage

September and early October can bring grubs and grub damage to your yard. Grubs are the larvae of beetles. In the summer, Japanese beetles and other similar beetle insects are…

Preventative Grub Control

One of the most destructive pests to invade your lawn are grubs. Grubs are the larvae of beetles, such as Japanese Beetles, Asiatic garden beetles, June beetles, and chafer beetles….

Japanese Beetles: Summer and Fall Lawn Pests

If you have Japanese beetles in your yard, you probably already know they are there. These beetles are easy to spot: they sport metallic-green bodies and have shiny, rust-colored wings….

Dollar Spot and Leaf Spot: Summer Lawn Diseases

It’s common for fungal infections to invade your grass during the summer. The combination of moisture and cool weather at night make your yard welcoming to some diseases. Dollar Spot…