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  • 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!
July News From Fairway Green

Read the latest news from Fairway Green, below! Summer Turf Disease Update Summer is turf disease season for cool season and warm season grasses. Brown patch fungus on Fescue started in early May this year. We have seen sporadic cases of Pythium and Dollar Spot on warm season turf.   Brown Patch Fungus activity has been… Read more »

June News From Fairway Green

Proper Mowing Height Proper mowing height is essential for proper turf health and performance. Fescue requires a mowing height of 3.5″ to 4.0″ Research has proven that maintaining a mowing height of 3.5″ – 4” on fescue drastically reduces the amount of crabgrass in the lawn. Mowing at this height will also help promote healthy… Read more »

May News From Fairway Green

Read the latest news from Fairway Green, below! Alert Update: Winter injury/damage on warm season turf North Carolina is now seeing confirmed wide spread winter injury/damage on all warm season turf types. As warm season turf starts to actively grow we can see the extent of damage on Bermuda, Zoysia, Centipede and St. Augustine. However,… Read more »

April News From Fairway Green

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March News From Fairway Green

See the latest from Fairway Green, below! Moss Moss continues to be a major topic of discussion with property owners. This could be contributed to the above normal rainfall for the past two years along with other site conditions conducive for moss development. Mosses generally do not kill grass. However, it will take over areas… Read more »