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Preparing Your Yard for Summer

It’s about that time to start prepping for summer. Are you ready? Spring is a wonderful time to get ourselves summer ready for all those lake trips and beach visits, but that’s not the only thing spring can help us prepare for. Spring is also a time to prepare our yards for the scorching Arizona heat that is bound to come. If you have a yard that you like keeping healthy and looking spectacular,...
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Pearlscale in Arizona Lawns

Pearlscale, The Scourge of Bermuda Grass As your yard emerges from a season of dormancy, it is refreshing to see that hearty green grass.  It is not refreshing, however, to see the circular patterns of Pearlscale damage left in your yard.  And the worst part is that this insidious insect lays about 100 eggs during the summer and that offspring multiplies the destruction of the lawn you have...
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Winter Rye to Bermudagrass

How-to regrow bermudagrass after your winter rye has run its course. Spring is here and the temperatures are, for now, perfect! There is nothing better than Arizona in the spring, cool enough to be comfortable while being beautiful and green, as close to lush as a desert can get. This time of beauty and comfort is always short lived, in fact it’s only long enough for the valley’s vegetation to...
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3 Steps to Growing Healthy Bermudagrass

Growing Healthy Bermudagrass is in Arizona Requires These 3 Steps… There is an obvious difference between alive and healthy bermudagrass. Bermudagrass, in all of its varieties, will stay alive regardless of sun or rain… or more sun. Bermudagrass tends to deal with excessive heat by drying out, turning brown and becoming dormant. If you’ve noticed this in your lawn, the good...
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Growing Bermudagrass

Thinking About Planting Bermudagrass? Growing bermudagrass is about as hard as ignoring your dirt for a week. Here in Arizona we have the perfect conditions for this high heat, full sun, and hard to kill grass. If we didn’t love having thick comfortable green lawns, this would be an insidious plague on our landscape! Bermudagrass is hard to kill, it spreads as vines and seeds and is quite...
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