Crape Myrtles certainly are beautiful when they are in full-bloom. Here in Texas, some varieties bloom as early as May, while other types wait until later in the summer with blooms that continue through the fall. There are a couple of very common issues that can deter that beauty, such as aphid and …Read More
In College Station, Bryan and NW Houston, fire ants are a hassle in any home at best and can cause injury at worst. Aggieland Green is able to treat for fire ants and keep them away for the entire season. Our service is effective and it's tailored around customer convenience and satisfaction. Abou…Read More
Spooky season is upon us, and October is the month that we all are on the lookout to avoid scary things (or find them if you are into ghost hunting). Sometimes, it is your trees and shrubs that look a bit scary!
Lawn disease or fungus, such as Brown Patch and Take All Root Rot plague lawns during this time of year because of increased moisture and decreased temperatures (especially at night). These issues are more prevalent in St. Augustine, and Zoysia lawns, and are not usually an issue for Bermuda.…Read More
Your lawn is the first impression your home makes. That’s why it is so frustrating when patches of brown creep in. While brown patches may look like pockets of dead grass (and they sometimes are), generally the cause is an actual fungus called Brown Patch (Rhizoctonia solani). Here is a little mor…Read More
Mild winters are one of the many benefits of living in Central Texas. Bryan-College Station is a great place to live and work, and raising a family here means we can get our kids outside much more during the winter than we could if we lived in many other parts of the country (I’m looking at you, C…Read More
Fall in College Station is a wonderful time of year to enjoy milder temperatures and get outside before the chillier days take hold. Whether you are headed downtown to enjoy some fantastic Texas barbecue or visiting the George Bush Presidential Library and Museum, there are few places to take in fal…Read More
What is Take-All Root Rot? Take-All Root Rot is a fungal disease that lives in the soil and attacks turf when conditions are favorable. Most commonly found in St. Augustine lawns, it can also be found in Bermuda and even Zoysia lawns. What causes Take-All Root Rot? Take-All Root Rot is caused by the…Read More