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Landscape Matters Wednesday, September 4, 10 a.m. Yulee County Building 86026 Pages Dairy Road. (Take US 17 North, pass over the railroad tracks, and turn left on Pages Dairy Road. The building is attached to the fire station.)… Read More
Q: I sometimes hear about different grasses needing either a reel mower or a rotary mower. What are they talking about?
A: Rotary mowers are the typical homeowner mowers that make horizontal cuts to the grass. Rotary mowers operate using electricity or gas. Reel mowers are the old fashioned mowers our grandparents grew up using. Reel mowers make vertical… Read More
Q: Some of the University of Florida publications on lawn grasses talk about vertical mowing. What is vertical mowing? A: The typical lawn mowers used in the home landscape are called rotary as the blades move in a… Read More
Q: You often talk about not overusing Nitrogen fertilizers but isn’t it needed to keep the grass growing?
A: I am going to take a recent study and use parts of it to answer your question. Nitrogen is important for growth but we generally are using too much. A little fertilizer can perk up a St…. Read More
A: I have seen dozens of grass specimens over the last 2 weeks – all of these had root decays and leaf spots on them caused by fungi. Many of these diseases have been caused by a combination… Read More