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Monthly News

September News From Fairway Green

Fescue Seeding in the Transitional Zone The proper time to seed tall fescue (cool season turf) in the Transitional Zone is at the end of August to mid-October; not the spring. Ground and air temperatures are in the best range for the longest period time for germination and root development. Most fescue lawns require some… Read more »

August News From Fairway Green

Summer Lawn Update August is one of the more difficult times of the year for lawn care in this part of the country.  This is when many homeowners have concerns about the amount of weeds in the lawn and declining turf (this is especially the case for Fescue turf). There are a couple uncontrollable reasons… Read more »

July News From Fairway Green

Book Now For Fall Fescue Seeding Fescue needs to be seeded in September and early October; not the spring.  Tall Fescue in the Transitional Zone faces many challenges during the year that can create turf damage or injury.  This is why it is important to seed your fescue lawn every fall. Diseases can be one… Read more »

June News From Fairway Green

Mowing Height Proper mowing height is essential for proper turf health, performance and weed management.  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… Read more »

May News From Fairway Green

After Service Email Update Fairway Green in Raleigh has started the “after service email” (paperless invoices).  Charlotte will soon follow with the “after service email”.  We will still leave the after service flag so you know we were there and to look out for your email.  This email is to be used just like the… Read more »

April News From Fairway Green

COVID-19 Update Effective May 2020: Fairway Green will no longer leave paper invoices or information packet at time of service. In our continued effort to improve and deliver the best possible turf and ornamental management service, we will be moving to a more efficient method of communication. This method will also help reduce our environmental… Read more »

March News From Fairway Green

Moss Alert Moss continues to be a major topic of discussion with property owners.  This is 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 in the lawn where turf is thin or… Read more »

February News From Fairway Green

Pre-Emergent Crabgrass Control Crabgrass will usually start to germinate in late March or early April throughout the Transitional Zone.  However, Germination could be early this year due to the increase in current ground temperatures. Germination will occur when soil temperatures are about 53 degrees and 3 to 4 inches deep.  Crabgrass germination will be seen… Read more »

January 2020 News From Fairway Green

Summer Crabgrass Control Starts Now Fairway Green and many other turf care managers will start their first application of pre-emergent Crabgrass control this month through early March.  Crabgrass will usually start to germinate in late March or early April throughout the Transitional Zone. Germination will occur when soil temperatures are about 53 degrees and 2… Read more »

December 2019 News From Fairway Green

Seasons Greetings! Fairway Green wishes you a very Happy Holiday season and a peaceful and prosperous New Year! Keep Leaves and Other Debris Off 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… Read more »

November 2019 News From Fairway Green

Poa Annua (Annual Bluegrass) Poa annua (annual Bluegrass) is a common winter annual grassy weed in all turf types.  Poa annua is one of the more frustrating weeds in home lawns from November to May. It will be found in all turf types. It is easily seen in warm season turf during the winter because… Read more »

October 2019 News From Fairway Green

Your Lawn & Landscape Care During Dry Conditions Having a nice lawn in North Carolina has always been an ongoing process. We are all becoming accustomed to some type of water restrictions. Many metropolitan areas in the southeastern United States have year-round water restrictions. As the population continues to grow in this area, we will… Read more »

September 2019 News From Fairway Green

Fescue Seeding in the Transitional Zone Fairway Green is booking now for core aeration or slit seeding. We offer either slit-seeding or aeration seeding based on the condition of your lawn. The proper time to seed tall fescue in the Transitional Zone is at the end of August to mid-October; not the Spring.  Ground and… Read more »

August 2019 News From Fairway Green

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 RoundUp® to control grassy weeds like Dallisgrass, Orchardgrass, Bermuda or Bahia.  Bahiagrass is the one that produces a tall seed head shortly after mowing. The seed… Read more »

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 »

March 2019 News From Fairway Green

Moss: Invading Lawns Around You Moss continues to be a major topic of discussion with property owners.  This is 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 in the lawn where… Read more »