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Dealing with Fall Armyworms

Dealing with fall armyworms is no easy task. Learn how you can take back your lawn with Fairway Green’s insect control plans.

Why You Need To Seed Fescue in the Fall vs. the Spring

Seeding your fescue in the spring season won’t be nearly as successful as it would in the fall. Learn the benefits of fall fescue seeding.

Fall Fescue Seeding 101

Just in time for fall, here’s our basic guide to seeding for fescue. Learn how to prepare, seed, and maintain your fescue lawn with our guide.

How to Properly Water Your Turf

Properly watering your lawn is critical to its overall health. A healthy lawn is easily attainable with these tips.

Why You Should Consider Fescue Seeding in NC

Find out why tall fescue grass is the best choice for NC.

Brown Patch Fungus on Your Tall Fescue Lawn? Here’s What You Can Do

Brown Patch Fungus thrives this time of year. Stop it from being a lawn setback with this crucial info.

The Best Mosquito Control Options for Your Home

Mosquitos are a classic part of NC summers, but here’s how you can maintain order with mosquito control options for your home.

Understanding Your Warm-Season Turf’s Green Up

There are a few different factors that influence your warm-season turf’s green. Here’s what you need to know about what affects it, when you should expect it to occur and more.

How To Recognize and Treat Winter Damage To Trees

Let’s go over what you can recognize and how you can help your trees in the winter (and specifically Crepe Myrtles if you have them).

How To Prevent and Get Rid of Crabgrass and Moss

Crabgrass and moss can overtake your lawn if you let them. Here’s how to deal with them now and prevent them in the first place.

How To Keep Your Lawn Healthy in Colder Weather

Winter lawn care can be a battle. Here’s what you may encounter and what can help, for either a warm season or a cold-season lawn.

How Much Should I Pay For Lawn Care?

How Much Should I Pay For Lawn Care? At Fairway Green, we believe that a beautiful lawn can also be budget-friendly. While the cost of lawn care can vary depending on the size of your yard and the services needed to maintain its health and appearance, regular care and preventative services can save you money… Read more »

Why Do I Have Poa Annua (Annual Bluegrass)?

What is Poa Annua? Poa annua (Annual Bluegrass) is a wild annual grass that can show up anywhere and is found most often from late April through early June due to the large amount of tan-colored seed heads the plant is produces during this time. However, Poa annua will also rear its head as early… Read more »

Spring Is Here – When can I tell if my warm season turf suffered cold damage?

Warm season turf is particularly vulnerable during winter, and can remain susceptible to damage from cold weather into April and the spring season. By the end of May, however, you will be able to tell for sure if your Bermuda, Zoysia, Centipede or St. Augustine grass took winter damage. In the Transitional Zone (an area… Read more »

Steps to Take to Prepare Your Garden For Spring

Get inspired for this upcoming season Believe it or not, spring is here, and it’s never too early to start thinking about how to make your garden flourish this season. Where should you start? The experts at Fairway Green are here to give you the best advice for prepping your garden to look and perform… Read more »

Fairway Green Weighs in on the Chamberbitter Weed

Here’s what you need to know When you look out into your lawn, you may be asking yourself, what is the Mimosa tree–looking weed in my yard? It’s called Chamberbitter and one if its nicknames is actually Little Mimosa weed. What is Chamberbitter? It is a prolific seeder and has made its way across the… Read more »

Nutsedge: What You Need to Know

Lawn care advice from the experts at Fairway Green Identified as a grass-like lawn weed, Nutsedge can be a real problem in many yards and all turf types. With the ability to produce hundreds of tubers, or nutlets, these weeds can spread like wildfire. Before you know it, there will be nutsedge everywhere you look!… Read more »

Crabgrass

What you need to know for your lawn Crabgrass is an annual grassy weed that spreads throughout your yard and can completely take over if you’re not careful. It has, what experts call, an indeterminate growth pattern that allows it to grow all season, after ground temperatures reach 53 degrees and keeps producing seeds until… Read more »

Controlling Poa Annua with Fairway Green

With temperatures – and leaves – dropping, autumn is the ideal time to apply a quality pre- and/or post-emergent herbicide for annual grassy weeds like Poa annua in warm season turf. Poa annua is one of a number of common, hard to control winter annual grassy weed found in all turf types. It is easily… Read more »

Renegade DT Tall Fescue

A resilient form of fescue, Renegade DT is a newer variety that offers superior performance during the hot summer months and disease and brown patch resistance that is brought on by drought.