AgriLawn's Seasonal Weed Control and Fertilization Blog

AgriLawn's Seasonal Weed Control and Fertilization Blog

  • Mowing season is upon us!

    AgriLawn on April 8, 2019

    Mowing season is upon us! How can I make sure that my lawn mower is ready for the season? Here are some suggestions to help get your mower up and running and to limit the chance of breakdowns or damage to your lawn. » Read More
  • How does a cold winter Impact your turf?

    Sean on March 1, 2019

    The freezing temperatures and precipitation that we have been experiencing lately can have a bigger impact on your turfgrasses than you might think. Let’s briefly explore what effects these conditions can have on your lawn in both the short and long term. » Read More
  • Why Is That Lawn Blue?

    Matt Thomas on January 17, 2019

    Why is that lawn blue? Have you ever wondered why you occasionally see blue or blue/green bermudagrass lawns in the late winter or spring? More than likely the lawn had just recently received a weed control application. » Read More
  • Time for Fescue Seeding

    Matt on August 28, 2018

    It’s almost time to again undertake the task of over-seeding your fescue grass for its upcoming growing season. Here are some helpful tips to ensure you get maximum germination of seed and healthy maturation of the young fescue. » Read More
  • Did you know....

    AgriLawn on July 25, 2018

    As your lawn, tree & pest management professional, we take great pride in taking care of your property. Our staff is certified and licensed through the state of Oklahoma to apply chemical products to your lawn and landscape. » Read More
  • Low Maintenance Flower Beds

    Paul on June 18, 2018

    Extended drought and subsequent water rationing can leave you with less than a lush landscape. One way to combat the summer heat and drought stress is to make your gardens more resistant to these harsh conditions. » Read More
  • Know When You Are Over-heated

    Ann on May 25, 2018

    As we get closer to the hot summer months, risk of heat exhaustion and heat stroke increases. Everyone knows the temperatures in Oklahoma can be extreme. This year we have jumped past nice spring temperatures right in to the summer temperatures. With that in mind, AgriLawn is putting out a reminder to take extra precautions to help identify the warning signs of heat exhaustion. » Read More
  • The Great State and People of Oklahoma!

    AgriLawn on April 23, 2018

    The people of Oklahoma are no strangers to adversity. We see every kind of weather from hot to cold; from droughts & winds that bring wild fires to flooding; and of course don't forget tornadoes! Over the last few years, we have even started experiencing earthquakes! » Read More
  • "The answer my friend is blowing in the wind The answer is blowing in the wind”

    Matt Thomas on March 30, 2018

    If you had to wonder where we’ve been at some point recently…  Bob Dylan’s lyrics ring especially true for us here at AgriLawn this year.  We usually face some early season weather challenges and setbacks but Wow!

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  • Help Your Lawn Avoid Winter Overkill

    Matt on January 26, 2018

    Over the last 90 days it looks like we’ve received just barely close to a half inch of rainfall and no snow or ice to speak of here in and around Oklahoma City. While missing out on the snow and ice I can agree is a good thing, missing out on the moisture is not, when it comes to our lawns and landscapes. » Read More
  • Time to Winterize Your Lawn

    Matt on November 3, 2017

    Winterizing the lawn is all about preparing it for the cold months ahead and is an important last step each season. Even though everything slows down near and above the soil surface there’s still plenty going on underneath the soil.  Providing the lawn with a late season shot of potassium benefits it greatly. » Read More
  • Need your Fescue seeded this Fall?

    Matt on August 30, 2017

    If you need help getting this chore done this year give us a call.  Late summer / early fall is the best time to seed the cool-season grasses (fescue, perennial rye) here in Oklahoma.  Seeding now allows healthy maturation of these grasses before becoming overwhelmed with spring and summer heat.  Really, this is why we over-seed to begin with – to replenish fescue stands that become thin as the summer heat and other stresses wear them down. » Read More
  • Be On the Lookout for Grubs!

    Matt on July 26, 2017

    A few weeks ago some parts of town were dealing with extraordinary amounts of May/June Beetles.  It was a buzz on social media and even a couple of news reports covering this.  May/June Beetles are the clumsy flying, sticky legged, bright light attracted big brown bugs that seem to spend more time on their backs than they do in the air.   » Read More
  • Getting the most out of irrigating

    Matt on July 14, 2017

    Now that the heat is on, the lawn becomes more dependent on water to maintain its growth and vigor. Coincidentally this happens at a time when beneficial rainfall generally occurs less often to help out. 

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  • Staying Cool In the Heat

    Ann on June 21, 2017

    As we edge further into the hot summer months, risk of heat exhaustion and heat stroke increases. Everyone knows the temperature in Oklahoma this time of year can be extreme. With that in mind, AgriLawn is putting out a reminder to take extra precautions to help identify the warning signs of heat exhaustion. Read More...

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  • Still Plenty of Time to Aerate!

    Matt Thomas on June 5, 2017

    If you’re still on the fence over whether or not to aerate the lawn this year there is still plenty of time, should you decide to get that done.  In fact, May to July is the best time to aerate your Bermuda and Zoysia grasses...

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  • Why test the soil?

    Matt T on November 17, 2016

    Testing the soil not only provides information regarding the macro nutrients present in the soil it also more importantly reveals the soil pH. Soil pH is the measure of the acidity vs. alkalinity of soil using a scale of 1.0 to 14.0 with 7.0 being neutral. Here in Oklahoma turfgrass and many landscape plants perform best when the soil pH is slightly acidic (between 6.5 and 7.0). When the soil pH is too high or too low (further away from neutral) it becomes increasingly more difficult for turfgrass and landscape plants to utilize the nutrients available from regular fertilization.

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  • Fall Web Worms Already?

    Matt Thomas on July 13, 2016

    You may have noticed the fall webworms already at it this summer.  These nuisance pests affect various trees in our great state, most commonly persimmon, pecan and walnut.  With fall webworms out this early we could see infestation of oak, birch, sweet gum, sycamore and red bud trees as well this season. 

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  • Why Are There So Many Dead Spots?

    Matt Thomas on May 2, 2016

    It is not uncommon this time of year to see some bermuda grass lawns riddled with circular dead spots.  These spots are actually the remnants of damage caused to the bermuda grass in spring and the previous fall from a soil disease known as Spring Dead Spot (SDS). » Read More
  • When Can I Start Mowing the Bermuda Grass?

    Matt Thomas on March 4, 2016

    With the fair weather there has been opportunity to get out and start the early season yard work.  You’ve probably noticed many homes and businesses having done some selective pruning/cutting of landscape plants, leaf removal and perhaps even mowing already.  If you’re itching to get out there and mow and clean the yard up, have at it!  I would simply advise not to go too low with the mowing yet. » Read More
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