Lawn spraying is exactly that – spraying the lawn with a liquid. But what is that “liquid”, what does it do and how does it work?
Chinch Bug season in Pinellas County is from the hot days of May until the cooler temperatures of October. It is the most dangerous time of the year for St Augustine lawns. Chinch bugs allied with a dysfunctional irrigation system can destroy a lawn in a week.
Is there a better grass for a Lawn in Pinellas County than Floratam St Augustine? Clue: It’s a trick question! There are only 3 grasses suitable for lawns in Pinellas County – St Augustine, Bahia and Zoysia - and the type of lawn owner and where you are growing it defines which one of the three you will plant.
It is sod webworm season again – I can tell by all the phone calls asking about the moths in the lawn. The lawn moths are harmless but sod webworms can kill a lawn but more likely, they damage random areas. So, what to do about sod webworms?
There is no fertilizer ban! There is a nitrogen blackout - nitrogen is not allowed to be used on St Augustine turf grass lawns from June 1 until September 31. Is the nitrogen blackout a problem? No! It is not optimum but it is not lethal to your lawn.
Did you ever notice how lawns turn green after the rains? If the fertilizer washed away with the rains, the lawn would turn yellow, but it doesn’t. Why? Because the rain did not wash away the fertilizer!
All lawn spraying companies are not the same. They do not all spray the same liquid on your lawn - each lawn spraying company has their own mix design - blends of fertilizers, herbicides and insecticides. Each has a different way to solve St Augustine turf grass problems. They all handle customer service differently and each has a business model that is as unique as the owner. So, with so many differences, how do you decide between TruGreen , Scotts or APL Lawn Spraying?
Homeowners shopping for lawn spraying services often ask "What do you do?" In this short video you'll learn exactly what we do as a lawn spraying company.
The yellow spots and streaks in your St Augustine lawn are iron chlorosis, a non-lethal condition caused by iron deficiency in the plant. Ironically, the turf is growing in soils with plenty of iron. The problem is the iron is in a form that cannot be used by the St Augustine turf grass. The solution is treating your lawn with Iron in a usable form.
When a St Augustine lawn or a section of a lawn fails – for whatever reason – the most turned to option is replacing the lawn with St Augustine sod. Sodding is simple - strip St Augustine turf from a field, place on a pallet, delivery it to your home and “lay” the sod on your lawn. Sodding a lawn brings instant gratification – in a weekend, a failed lawn can be replaced by a green lawn