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Take-all root rot, whether you like it or not!

If you have had issues with declining turf during the Summer and early Fall, it could be take-all!  Take-all root rot loves to come out to play in the hot, wet Florida Summers and early… Read More

Low Maintenance Florida-Friendly Alternatives to Turfgrass Lawns

Alternative lawn

Lawns planted with turfgrass can require a lot of maintenance. Bahia grass is a drought-tolerant turfgrass with minimal pest and disease problems and a low nitrogen requirement. St. Augustinegrass has a high demand for water… Read More

Ornamental and Turf Exam Review and CEUs on 5/27/21

WHAT: Pesticide Applicator Ornamental and Turf Exam Review WHEN: Thursday, May 27, 2021 from 12:00 pm- 2:00 pm WHERE: Virtual via Zoom COST: $15 PRE- REGISTRATION REQUIRED: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/pesticide-applicator-ornamental-and-turf-exam-review-may-27-2021-tickets-146481400813 CEUs: 2 Ornamental and Turf About the Ornamental and Turf Pesticide… Read More

Good Lookin’ Grass Part 1: The Biology

If weed free turf is important to you, your client, or your HOA, listen up! There are a few basic rules of green thumb for good lookin’ grass, and even then, it will not stay… Read More

Good Lookin’ Grass Part 2: The Management

If weed free turf is important to you, your client, or your HOA, listen up! There are a few basic rules of green thumb for good lookin’ grass, and even then, it will not stay… Read More

Your Palms Might Be HANGRY- Here Is How To Feed Them!

You know when you feel like you have a gremlin in your belly saying “Feeeeed meeee!”? And how if the gremlin is ignored, it becomes more of an angry ROOOAR? Anyone in sight could get… Read More

Insects or Irrigation? Check irrigation system first.

Irrigation Pattern

Turfgrass responds to different seasons and it is mostly driven by light, water, and temperature.  Remember, plants need light, water, and nutrients to grow! So those short, cool winter days with sparse rainfall result in… Read More

Psychedelic Grass: It’s Not What You Think

Frost damage pattern on bermuudagrass.

How would you describe this pattern in the turfgrass? Leopard print, Zebra turf, swirlie, wormy, or psychedelic… The pattern described by many names looks quite interesting, almost artistic! This unusual pattern is a result of… Read More