Lawn Care Charlotte

Fall Pre-Emergent on Bermudagrass Lawns

Fall Pre-Emergent on Bermudagrass Lawns

Nothing is more unsightly than a dormant brown Bermudagrass home lawn, full of fast-growing, green weeds in the winter. Some have likened it to looking like a lawn with chickenpox! In addition to preventing crabgrass, home lawns of Bermudagrass can be protected from invasions of winter weeds like poa annua [annual bluegrass], spotted spurge, chickweed…

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Tall Fescue vs. Bermuda Grass in the Carolinas

Tall Fescue vs. Bermuda Grass in the Carolinas

There are two broad categories of grasses in North Carolina and South Carolina: cool-season, cool-climate grasses and warm-season, warm-climate grasses. Each of these types of grasses responds differently to hot, dry periods. The cool-season, cool-climate grasses (such as Tall Fescue) grow best at temperatures between 60 and 75 degrees and have a difficult time adjusting…

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