Spring is Coming On...

Well we've started spraying lawns this spring, and while many lawns are still pretty clean, there are a lot of weeds yet to come. Weeds such as henbit, white clover, wild geranium, and many more are preparing to explode onto the scene. Basically if you were to get down on your hand and knees and look down into your lawn you would see that all of these weeds are in your lawn you just don't see them yet. As soon as the weather warms up to highs consistently in the 50-65 degree range these weeds will pop up in your lawn and grow very quickly. A person can prevent this from happening by having their lawn sprayed in the fall to control these weeds before they emerge or by having your lawn sprayed early on the spring spraying season.

Many people then ask about crabgrass and when it will emerge. Crabgrass generally does not emerge until soil temperatures consistently stay at 65 degrees, here in Enid that is generally right around the April 15th . I can assure you there is no crabgrass growing in your lawn right now, if you have a grassy weed in your lawn it is probably annual bluegrass, cheat, or possibly six weeks fescue.



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