Tag: Hendricks County
Frost Damage On Cool Season Lawns
A Frosty Lawn Can Be Beautiful!You wake up Saturday morning. As you wander into the kitchen to make that first cup of coffee, you glance out the window. Outside, the world is a glare of frosty brilliance. Beautiful! The trees look as though they are shimmering! The lawn looks as though it has been sugar […]
Quackgrass: Central Indiana Weed Control
Quackgrass In My Lawn!Quackgrass ( Elymus repens) is a cool-season perennial grass. It vigorously spreads by rhizomes. It is a sod-forming grass that can crowd out desirable grasses and weeds. This invasive grass has been shown to be allelopathic. This means it releases chemicals that inhibit the growth of other plants. Large, nearly pure patches are […]
Turf Nutrition: How Our Program Addresses It.
How Turf Nutrition Works. The majority of turf nutrition is found in nine elements. Oxygen, Carbon, Hydrogen, Nitrogen, Potassium, Calcium, Phosphorus, Magnesium and Sulfur. When these nutrients are readily available in the right forms and concentrations, the result is a thick healthy lawn. The side effect is a reduced need for chemical weed control and disease […]