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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!

Monthly News

July 2019 News From Fairway Green

Please watch your email inbox for a chance to save 5% on your seeding this fall. Emails will be sent out around the second week in July. Book Now For Fall Fescue Seeding and Receive 5% Early Booking Discount Fescue needs to be seeded in September and early October; not the spring.  Tall Fescue in… Read more »

June 2019 News from Fairway Green

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).  Core aeration is significantly important if your lawn received winter injury this year. It should be completed annually from June to August. Core… Read more »

May 2019 News From Fairway Green

Winter Injury and Damage on Warm Season Turf North Carolina is now seeing confirmed cases of 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, once again, Centipede has received the heaviest damage…. Read more »

Brown Patch Fungus (Disease) Season!

Brown patch fungus activates in late April/early May and will continue to around September every year.  However, it is not uncommon to see fescue turf disease into October and November if conditions are still favorable. It is always better to control turf and ornamental diseases preventively vs. curatively (after the disease has started).   Brown… Read more »

April 2019 News From Fairway Green

Winter Injury on Warm Season Turf At the time of this writing, we have not seen many lawns with signs of potential winter injury on warm season turf. However, damage may have occurred on some warm season turf from late frost and cold temperatures. Centipede is the coldest intolerant of all warm season turf and… Read more »