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April News from Fairway Green
  • BEST Lawn Care we have EVER had in Garner! Took a plot of dirt, weeds and moss & turned it into a beautiful green lawn.
  • Our lawn is one of the best looking lawns in the neighborhood. We have almost zero weeds and the grass is lush and green.
  • Have done a FANTASTIC job with our yard. Took it from brown to green in no time at all!
April News from Fairway Green

Lawn Care News April 2015 Check out the latest from Fairway Green, below! Disease Damage on Cool Season Turf February and March were active for many different diseases and winter-related injuries on turf and ornamentals. We were experiencing areas of Yellow Patch, Dollar Spot and Damping Off diseases on Tall Fescue. Some lawns received damage… Read more »

December News From Fairway Green

Be Diligent About Keeping Leaves & Other Debris off the Turf It is important to remove and keep leaves off your turf. Severe damage will occur if leaves stay on your turf for extended periods. Damage can be quick and severe for Fescue lawns that had fall seeding or sod. It is best to blow… Read more »

November News From Fairway Green

Now is the time to apply a quality pre and/or post-emergent for annual grassy weeds like Poa annua in warm season turf. Poa annua is a common winter annual grassy weed in all turf types. It is easily seen in warm season turf during the winter because the turf is brownish in color while Poa… Read more »

October News from Fairway Green

The Ideal Time To Seed Your Cool Season Lawn Is Running Out Fall is the time to seed your fescue lawn in the Transitional Zone, not the spring. Seeding Tall fescue in the fall allows the seedlings and young plants time to develop before the warmer air and ground temperatures start in May. Fairway Green will begin fall… Read more »

September News from Fairway Green

ALERT! Fall Army Worm Damage On All Turf Types Army Worms have been creating major damage on many home and commercial lawns in the Triangle for about a month. Fall Army worms come to North Carolina around June as adult moths. They lay eggs on structures like homes, trees and shrubs. Eggs hatch as larva,… Read more »