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Pick the Best Grass for Your Yard and Reduce Using Chemicals

Are you tired of using lawn chemicals to resolve problems in your lawn?

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Grow Your Own Soil This Year!

Are you an avid gardener and want to get your hands dirty even in this cold weather? Did you know …

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Out With the Brown, In With the Green

Are you tired of your Zoysia lawn turning brown during the winter months? Do you just want your lawn to …


Keep Calm and Mow Your Lawn

As we are nearing the end of the Zoysia season, you will want to be sure you are keeping your …

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How Long Will It Take for My Zoysia Lawn to be Complete?

Zoysia is a slow-growing grass however, once established, can have endless benefits. The good news is that Zoysia is also …

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Preventing Invasive Crabgrass in Your Zoysia Lawn:

Each year, many homeowners struggle to eliminate the crabgrass that has appeared throughout their lawns, particularly where the lawn meets …


What Do the Three Numbers on Fertilizer Stand For?

Have you ever wondered what the three numbers on your bag of fertilizer stand for? The three bold numbers represent …

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When It Rains It Pours: Problems with Lawn Flooding

Last year, many Zoysia lawns were super saturated by the amount of rainfall that occurred throughout the country. Many of …


5 Point Checklist for Finding a Zoysia Lawn Care Expert

Sometimes landscape, lawn-care, and garden professionals are not familiar with Zoysia grass and the proper care and planting procedure. Many …

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Removing Zoysia from Unwanted Areas

Has your Zoysia started invading areas that you did not want it to? Do not worry because there is a …

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Fall Maintenance for Zoysia

Zoysia is a very low-maintenance grass. Once established, there is little that you need to do to keep your Zoysia …


Is that Rust on My Lawn?

Have you been noticing an orange or yellowish powder on your grass blades? If so, it is possible that “rust” …