Your first line of destruction against any invaders or flaws in the lawn is simple plant health. If you take care of the lawn with the right nutrition, proper amount of hydration, and constant maintenance, you’ll be giving it the best chance to flourish.
Unfortunately, there is always the possibility that something is going to cause damage. In creating the perfect circumstances for a lawn to thrive, you’re creating a very inviting habitat for all kinds of plants and insects (even the undesirable ones).
Not to worry though, here at Seer 1 Services our team of professionals will provide solutions for every disease a lawn may suffer. Of course, you need to know what to look for as we’ll educate you on the lawn’s most common problems, along with appropriate treatments that will keep your lawn in the peak of health.
There are many ways to classify weeds. Like turfgrasses, there are warm-season and cool-season weeds. A warm-season weed flourishes in the heat of summer, while cool-season species actively grow in spring and fall. Either kind may be found in either season of lawn.
Another useful grouping in terms of heading off weeds before they grown is into annuals, biennials, and perennials.
In addition to their growth periods, weeds are classified based on appearance: Broadleaf weeds have relatively wide leaves with branching veins. Many have conspicuous flowers. Narrow-leafed weeds have grass-like leaves with parallel veins. Dandelion and oxalis are two common broadleaf weeds, while Bermuda grass (in cool-season lawns) and crabgrass are examples of narrow-leaf weeds. The distinction is important because they respond to different herbicides.
Let our team of professionals help you maintain a healthy and beautiful lawn year round.
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