What’s My Bermuda Grass Doing In The Winter?

Well, for one thing “it is alive” but the leaves and some of the vegetative structure may be brown or tan. So, as temperatures fall below 60 degrees Fahrenheit Bermuda will slowly initiate dormancy. Once temperatures drop to between 50 and 55 degrees...

Why a Pre-Emergent on My Lawn?

Here at Tri-Hill Turf & Pest we recommend a Pre-Emergent on the customer’s lawns we care for with our lawn programs. We will use a pre-emergent in the fall and spring to help prevent weeds from germinating its seed. The pre-emergent is the barrier that helps keep...
Winter Rest for the Garden

Winter Rest for the Garden

Winter Rest for the Garden Preparing your garden for the cold months ahead Every gardener has a different version of the “best” way to prepare a backyard garden for the winter and we are about to present you with ours ! 1. Out with the old plants. One...
A season for Fescue:  Autumn’s favorite grass.

A season for Fescue: Autumn’s favorite grass.

A season for Fescue: Autumn’s favorite grass. Fall is on the way and that is a great time for a fescue lawn.  BUT don’t just sit back , there are things to do….. 1. Get a Soil Test Let’s find out what the nutrient levels are in your soil.  You...
Preparing your grass for Winter

Preparing your grass for Winter

It is after Labor Day, your grass is still green (Bermuda or Zoysia should be, at least), the temperature is tolerable, and life is good! .. Now what? Winter and the first freeze of the year is on its way and with that, so is WINTER DORMANCY for your warm season...
Winter Rest for the Garden

Let’s get some compost going for Spring!

Creating a compost heap is essential to the health and quality of a garden. So if you’re thinking of growing a garden in the spring, the time to start is NOW! Luckily for you, it’s a relatively easy process. We’ll help you out! Here’s how to go...

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