1. Brown Patch Fungus

    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

  2. What To Know About Your Winter Weeds

    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

  3. Fall Lawn Care in College Station

    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

  4. 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 fungal pathogen Geaumannom…Read More