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Posted on May 12 2014
With the most recent temperatures and rains, conditions are now becoming very favorable for fungal disease development of Dollar Spot, Brown Patch and Summer Patch disease. These conditions have activated the fungi cells that overwintered in the soil.
Posted on Apr 18 2014
As the world outside finally begins to turn green after a long winter, it’s time once again to pay attention to your lawn. Spring is a sensitive time for your yard –- the soil is spongy, the plants are tender and the weather is unpredictable. Your lawn will thank you for being gentle this time of year, but it will also thank you for addressing a few important spring tasks. Here’s how to go about taking care of your lawn in the spring.
Posted on Jul 25 2013
Increases in grub populations are directly correlated with rainfall and soil moisture levels, meaning that this season could be the worst for the lawn-destroying pests in years. Maintain the health of your lawn by scheduling grub treatment with JT's Landscaping before it's too late! Request a quote today.
Posted on Nov 15 2012
Here is a fun residential landscaping project we did in Raleigh.
Posted on Sep 16 2011
After a period of summer stress, your lawn needs to be "rejuvenated". Aeration, in combination with overseeding, provides your lawn with a more dense stand of turf, reducing the potential for future weeds and insect infestation.
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