Boots on the Ground San Antonio

San Antonio, brace yourself for a scorching summer in 2024! The rising temperatures can challenge your yard’s vitality. That’s why we’ve crafted a local guide filled with expert tips on lawn care, landscaping, and pest control to help you tackle any issues this season. Dive into our Boots on the Ground summer edition, brought to you by Bradley Luckie, our San Antonio lawn expert and branch manager.

Other summer lawn diseases include take-all patch and black sooty mold.

Hot spots, areas deprived of water, are appearing on lawns. Here are some hot spot symptoms:

  • Discoloration
  • Spongy areas
  • Bare spots

Thatch buildup blocks your grass from getting the air, water, and nutrients it needs for healthy, dense root growth. Remove this organic matter by dethatching and mowing your lawn.

Thatch Buildup

Grub Alert! White grubs are damaging lawns by feeding on grass roots, potentially causing severe damage or turf death. Look out for these signs of grub activity in your yard:

  • Yellowing or discoloration
  • Patches of dead grass
  • Birds digging in your lawn
  • Grubs found on sidewalks or near your grass

Summer weeds, such as spurge, are taking over lawns. Weed infestations often result from poor turf health and infrequent mowing. Keep your lawn in top shape to prevent these invaders from spreading.

Just give us a call if you see these pop up on your lawn between regularly scheduled visits and we’ll come out for free (for customers with 6+ applications)

Summer drought in Texas poses significant challenges for turf, often resulting in various forms of stress such as wilting, discoloration, and potentially dormancy. While some turf can survive a few weeks without water, several factors influence their resilience, including grass type and soil conditions. Drought stress can manifest in several ways, including:

  • Slow Growth: Turf under drought stress often slows down its growth rate as a survival mechanism, redirecting resources to maintain essential functions.
  • Poor Health: Extended periods without sufficient water can weaken turf health, making it more susceptible to other environmental stresses and diseases.
  • Susceptibility to Diseases, Pests, & Weeds: Stressed turf becomes more vulnerable to diseases such as fungal infections, pests like insects, and opportunistic weed growth.
  • Reduced Water Retention: Drought-stressed turf tends to have a reduced ability to retain water, exacerbating the effects of limited rainfall or irrigation.

Drought Stressed Lawn

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