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Treat Yourself to a Fungus Free Lawn

If you already have fungus, stop what you are doing and go purchase a topical fungicide and treat the area immediately.

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Spring Maintenance Tips for Your Bluegrass or Fescue Lawn

Take proper care of your bluegrass or fescue lawn as temperatures begin to rise and soil conditions change.

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Spring Maintenance Tips for Your Centipede Grass Lawn

This Sod U article compiles a list of spring lawn care tips to help your centipede grass lawn flourish into the warmer months ahead.

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Spring Maintenance Tips for Your Bermuda Grass Lawn

Discover Sod University’s recommended spring maintenance tips for you bermuda grass lawn as temperatures start to rise.

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Spring Maintenance Tips for Your St. Augustine Lawn

This Sod U article compiles a list of spring lawn care tips to help your St. Augustine flourish into the warmer months ahead.

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Spring Maintenance Tips for Your Zoysia Lawn

This Sod U article compiles a list of spring lawn care tips to help your zoysia flourish into the warmer months ahead.

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Spring Lawn Maintenance Tips

Spring Lawn Maintenance Tips

Spring is here! Get outside and enjoy the sunshine with the spring lawn maintenance tips we’ve included in this week’s Sod U article.

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How to Fix Spring Dead Spot in Your Lawn

Although spring dead spot shows up int he spring, it actually infects turfgrass during the fall or winter season when turfgrass is dormant.

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What is Lawn Scalping and How to Prevent It

Lawn scalping cuts grass so that the green leaf cover has been eliminated and the stems are left exposed. Learn how to prevent this.

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How to Fix Gray Leaf Spot in Your Lawn

Among the many lawn diseases that homeowners should be aware of is gray leaf spot, known for the oblong spots it creates on grass blades.

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How to Fix Brown Patch in Your Lawn

One of the most common lawn diseases among turfgrasses is brown patch, known for its circular patches of dead grass.

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Spring Landscape Projects

Preparing your outdoor space for the spring season will allow you to make the most out of the spring months.

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How to Prepare Your Garden for Spring

Some planning and work on the front end will help make your garden all the more better and spring garden maintenance more manageable.

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Sandspur

How to Remove Sandspur from Your Lawn

Sandspur can be a prickly nuisance for homeowners everywhere. Keep these noxious weeds from taking over your lawn with our tips and tricks.

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How to Use a Pre-Emergent Herbicide in the Spring

Learn about the effective use of a pre-emergent as the season for spring pre-emergent applications grows closer.

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How to Remove Dallisgrass From Your Lawn

Keep dallisgrass from taking over your lawn with these identification tricks, prevention techniques and chemical solutions.

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How to Remove Doveweed From Your Lawn

Remove hard-to-control doveweed from your lawn with these effective cultual tips, tricks, advice and chemical products!

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How to Remove Dandelion From Your Lawn

While the bright yellow flower may look cheerful to some, dandelion can be an eyesore in home lawns and it’s often difficult to remove.

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How to Remove Common Chickweed From Your Lawn

How to Remove Common Chickweed From Your Lawn

Although the little white flowers are pretty to some, common chickweed can be a huge nuisance for the lawn and garden enthusiast

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What is a Grub Worm and How to Control Them

Learn how to treat grub worm infestations in this all-inclusive grub worm guide featuring Clemson University Entomologist, Dr. J.C. Chong.

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Controlling Crabgrass in Your Lawn

Crabgrass is a pervasive weed found throughout the continental United States that many lawn owners struggle to control.

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Chinch Bugs Close Up

How to Manage a Chinch Bug Infestation

Have you ever noticed tiny little black insects in your grass? If […]

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Controlling Japanese Beetles Close Up On Leaf

5 Tips for Controlling Japanese Beetles

Japanese beetles are one of the adults stages for grub worms that frequently infest lawns. Learn how to prevent & treat these pesky insects.

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Knotweed Control

How to Remove Prostrate Knotweed From Your Lawn

Prostrate knotweed is one of the hardest weeds to control due to its extensive tap root under the soil’s surface.

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The Best and Worst Times for Herbicide Applications

Sod U talks about the best and worst times to make herbicide applications so that you can feel confident about weed control.

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What is a Spittlebug and How to Control Them

Have you noticed little black insects with red strips hopping around your lawn? If so, you may have a spittlebug infestation.

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Lespedeza Weed Close Up

How to Remove Lespedeza from Your Lawn

During the summer months, it is not unusual to have problems with common lespedeza invading your home lawn.

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How to Fertilize Your Lawn in the Spring

The Lawnifi Spring Fertilizer Box is a liquid fertilizer with a unique blend of nutrients that serve to help your lawn thrive in the spring.

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Aerating Versus Dethatching

Aerating vs. Dethatching

Aerating and dethatching are both highly important lawn care projects that take place around late winter through late spring.

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How to Prepare Your Lawn for Spring in 12 Simple Steps

There are still a few projects you can complete to prepare for the upcoming spring season. Learn how to set your lawn up for success.

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Controlling Goosegrass in Your Lawn

Sod U covers goosegrass and how to control it. Although it closely resembles crabgrass, there are a few ways to identify it.

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Hunting Billbug Insect

What is a Billbug and How to Control Them

A billbug is a weevil or snout-beetle that, in its larval form, can cause damage to your lawn and is often misdiagnosed as drought stress.

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Planting Ideas for Your Garden

Sod University lists a few of our favorite annual and perennials that will surely add a little color to your lawn and garden.

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How to Use SpeedZone Broadleaf Herbicide for Turf to Control Clover

Learn how to use SpeedZone Broadleaf Herbicide, a weed control product, as a means of controlling clover in your lawn.

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Innovation Versus Citrablue Plugs Planted Spring

Spring Grass Plugs Update

This week, we are checking back in on our CitraBlue St. Augustine and Innovation Zoysiagrass grass plugs with a spring update.

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Yellow And Red Spring Flowers Green Grass Lawn

How to Get Your Lawn Ready for Spring

Dreaming of a beautiful lawn come springtime? Start getting your lawn ready for the transition to warmer temperatures now!

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Spurge Weed

How to Remove Prostrate Spurge

Discover ways to remove prostrate spurge—one of the most difficult weeds to manage in home lawns and gardens.

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Home Lawn Spring Flowers

Colors to Make Your Lawn & Garden Pop

New varieties of annuals and perennials are developed by plant breeders and periodically introduced to help you create your ideal lawn.

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Empire Zoysia Home Lawn

The First Mow of the Spring for EMPIRE

One of the most important guidelines for maintaining a healthy EMPIRE Turf lawn is proper mowing. Sod Solutions recommends a buzz-cut in mid-March.

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Does Your Lawn Need Aeration?

Want to know more about when to aerate your lawn? Find out all things about aeration with our aeration guide.

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