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Crabgrass Prevention

Crabgrass is an annual grass that germinates readily in sparse lawns and landscape beds. The grass will sometimes go unnoticed since it somewhat resembles fescue as a small plant, however, the stems quickly elongate and begin to crawl over the…

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Ferli•lome Winterizer

Winterizing Lawns

Fall is the best time to fertilize fescue lawns. During the fall, fescue grass uses fertilizer to develop a stronger root system and store energy for the following year. A lawn properly fed in the fall will be healthier and…

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Dandelions

Dandelions

No lawn weed is more recognized than the Dandelion. They are relatively easy to control as long as they are treated at the right time. You will get the best control by spraying in October or November. The next best…

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Lawn Overseeding

Determine the size of lawn to be overseeded. Fescue lawns should be overseeded at a rate of 4-6 pounds per 1000 square feet. Choose a quality grass seed such as Gard'n-wise Premium Fescue blend. Cheap seed often contains weed and…

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Sprayer

Lawn Renovation

Deciding to overseed your existing lawn or scrap the entire thing and start from scratch can be a difficult decision. Usually, if less than 50% of the lawn is grass, then you want to start from scratch. Late summer and…

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Grubs

Grub Control

Grubworms are the larval form of various beetles, the Masked Chaffer being the most damaging in Kansas. When the grubs are at their largest in late summer they can do considerable damage to lawns by eating the roots of the…

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Brown Patch On Fescue

Brown Patch

Fescue lawns occasionally get a fungal infection called Brown Patch. It occurs when nighttime temperatures are above 65 degrees, and there is high humidity. Symptoms include browning patches or a thinning lawn. Blades of grass around the infected areas will…

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Little Barley Grass

Grassy Weeds in Lawns

Grassy weeds in the lawn are notoriously hard to control. Since our turf grasses are grasses themselves, chemical controls are limited. A full, healthy lawn is always the first defense against weeds. Chemical control methods depend on whether the weed…

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Prostrate Spurge

Lawn Weeds

While a healthy, full lawn is the best defense against weeds, they often sneak through any gaps in your lawn. If your lawn is stressed and thinning, weeds will be a constant problem.  Luckily, there are many solutions to get…

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