Control of Crabgrass in Home Lawns

Crabgrass is a common weed that infests home lawns in the Midwest. Crabgrass is an summer annual weed that germinates when soil temperatures are approximately 60º F for 3-5 days at the 1/4” level. It begins flowering and setting seed in July and dyes with the first frost of fall. For more information on how to control crabgrass in your lawn, please click “read more”

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What are the Effects of Flooding on Woody Landscape Plants?

The question often asked following a flood is, “How long will my plants survive with their roots under water?” The answer depends on a variety of factors including time of year, how long the roots remain submerged, soil type, plant species, and age and health of the plant.
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