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Cooler Temperatures Increase the Potential for Large Patch Turf Fungus

As Northwest Florida temperatures finally start to moderate during the middle of Fall, we face the prospect of having to deal with unwanted turf problems, especially large patch fungus disease. Two grass species commonly planted in our area are highly susceptible to developing the disease: Centipedegrass and St. Augustine Grass.

3 Simple Ways to Control Weeds in Your Northwest Florida Landscape

Regardless of how hard you try to control the weeds in your landscape, by August and September, the...

Caring for Your Florida Landscape in the Heat of the Summer

As the temperatures rise above 80 degrees F and stay there for the next three months or more, as...

What's Eating My Lawn? Northwest Florida's Most Common Turf Insects

Being a homeowner in Northwest Florida has many advantages, including a year-round climate that is...

What’s Eating My Lawn? Look Out For These 3 Florida Lawn Pests

In the months ahead a variety of insects will attempt to eat lawns throughout the Florida...

10 Questions to Ask When Interviewing a New Commercial Landscape Contractor

As a commercial property owner or manager, making sure your property looks its best is important to...

We C.A.R.E.! How GreenEarth's 7-Step Sales Process Works

Have you ever met with a salesperson and quickly realized that the person is speaking a different...

What Are Florida’s Biggest Summer Pest Threats?

You work hard to have a beautiful green lawn at home or your commercial property. But Florida’s...

How To Pet Proof Your Florida Turfgrass

Dog may be a man’s best friend, but dogs are not a friend of Florida turfgrass! If you’re finding...

More Than Money: 5 Landscaping Factors That Really Matter

If you’re looking for a landscape contractor to install a fresh, new landscape on your property...
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