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August 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!
August News from Fairway Green

Cleaning Out the Grassy Weeds in Your Cool Season Turf Lawn August is a good time to start lawn renovation if you have a fescue lawn with perennial grassy weeds. Most grassy weeds will require a non-selective weed control like RoundUpĀ® to control grassy weeds like Bermuda or Bahia. Bermuda and Bahia will require up… Read more »

July News from Fairway Green

Warm season turf lawns are slowly starting to recover from winter stress and damage. It has been another spring where warm season grasses in our area have been delayed coming out of dormancy. Now is the Time For Warm Season Core Aeration Core aeration removes a small plug of thatch and soil and should be… Read more »

June 2014 News Updates

Now is the Time For Warm Season Core Aeration Core aeration removes a small plug of thatch and soil and should be completed annually on Warm Season Turf (Bermuda, Zoysia and Centipede). This should be completed annually from June to August. Core Aeration Will: Improve natural soil aeration. Especially beneficial for clay soil. Improve and… Read more »

Weed Of The Month – May

Poa annua (Annual Bluegrass) is an annual grass that is most noticeable this time of year because of the large amount of tan colored seed heads the plant is producing now. Poa annua is ending its life for this year in Late May and June. It is a prolific seeder and seed is generally viable… Read more »

Possible Winter Injury or Damage On All Warm Season Turf Varieties

NC State University Crop Science Department Extension Service has issued an alert for all warm season, Bermuda, Zoysia, Centipede and St. Augustine grasses for possible winter damage and or injury. Below is the statement issued by Dr. Fred Yelverton, Dr. Travis Gannon and Leon Warren; Agr. Research Crop Science. (2/2014) The cold weather this winter… Read more »