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Weekly Watering Recommendations – May 26th, 2023

Our Weekly Watering Recommendations   Finally, we’ve had some beautiful, sunny days in Texas! We didn’t see enough rain this week in College Station, Bryan, and NW Houston areas and there isn’t much coming up in the forecast. It’s time to start ramping up your summer watering schedules.   We recommend watering twice a week…

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Weekly Watering Recommendations – May 19th, 2023

Our Weekly Watering Recommendations  This week, we’ve received enough rain in College Station and NW Houston areas to keep lawns hydrated so you can leave your sprinkler systems off this weekend. Next week, you should resume regular watering schedules as the upcoming forecast isn’t showing as much rain. Additionally, we recommend not watering bed areas…

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Weekly Watering Recommendations – May 12th, 2023

Our Weekly Watering Recommendations   It’s been another week of sufficient rainfall for lawns near College Station areas. With more rain expected in the forecast, we suggest skipping the sprinklers again this week and enjoying a happy Mother’s Day with your loved ones. Feel free to contact our team if you have any questions or…

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Weekly Watering Recommendations – May 5th, 2023

Our Weekly Watering Recommendations   We’ve continued to see a lot of rain this week in College Station and surrounding areas. With the rain we’ve received, along with the rain coming up in the forecast, we recommend leaving sprinklers off again this week! Feel free to contact our team if you have any questions or…

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Weekly Watering Recommendations – April 28th, 2023

Our Weekly Watering Recommendations   Texas weather this week has been pretty wet and rainy! With sufficient rainfall, we recommend leaving irrigation systems off this week and continuing to focus on healthy mowing habits!  Bonus tip – Remember to never mow wet grass! Mowing wet grass can result in an uneven cut. Wet grass clumps can clog…

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Weekly Watering Recommendations – April 21, 2023

Watering Recommendations from Aggieland Green  The rainy weather this week near College Station has provided lawns with sufficient water. Unless the rain skipped your area, we recommend holding off on further watering this week!   As an added note, we are patiently waiting on Mother Nature to provide proper soil temperatures to enhance grass growth. Soil…

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Weekly Watering Recommendations – April 14th, 2023

Weekly Watering Recommendations from Aggieland Green Brazos Valley and NW Houston areas didn’t see much rain this week! The local weather forecast shows rain is upcoming which may take care of your lawn’s watering needs. If your area doesn’t see any rainfall this weekend, we’d recommend a cycle of watering to make sure the lawn…

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Watering Recommendations near College Station – April 7th, 2023

Our Weekly Watering Recommendations It’s been a rainy week for areas of College Station and Central Texas! That being said, the weather has provided sufficient rainfall to keep lawns properly hydrated. Our watering recommendation this week is to skip the sprinklers and hope for clear skies this Sunday. Happy Easter from the Aggieland Green family…

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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.

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N-Ext Air8 Liquid Aeration

Aggieland Green offers an innovative lawn aeration technique using a liquid aeration product called N-Ext Air8. With our groundbreaking technique, your lawn is guaranteed to get 100% coverage!

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How to Prune Your Crape Myrtle

How to Prune Your Crape Myrtle

While many homeowners start to prune their crape myrtles in early spring, many think it’s prudent to “top” crape myrtles. Learn more about this practice, how it can damage your tree or shrub, and what you should be doing instead.

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How to Identify and Control Chinch Bugs in Your Lawn

Chinch bugs are a notorious lawn pest that can be found throughout Texas. While these pests may be small, they can decimate your lawn and leave it riddled with brown patches that are often mistaken for disease. Learn more about the tell-tale signs of these pests.

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