Published on Tuesday, July 09, 2019
As the summer temperatures start to climb, you may be more inclined to start watering your lawn more frequently.
If you are doing that, then stop. Just because temperatures increase, it doesn’t mean that your lawn needs more water. Your grass still only needs about 1-1.5 inches of water per week, even if it is quite warm outside.
Here are some tips for watering your lawn in the summer if you’re located in the Brazos Valley areas of College Station and Bryan.
Watering Your Lawn Too Much Can Cause Diseases to Form
When your grass receives too much water,...
Published on Wednesday, April 24, 2019
If you have large brown spots in your lawn, chances are they’re caused by a fungal disease known as brown patch or large patch. In the areas of Bryan and College Station, TX, this disease begins to emerge in humid conditions, temperatures between 70-90 degrees, and cool nights.
Brown patch is something that should never go untreated, especially if you’ve already invested a lot of money into having a green, lush yard.
What Brown Patch Does to Grass
Brown patch is caused by a fungus called Rhizoctonia and it can spring up overnight with the right...