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Anyone that has applied their own fertilizer knows that effective lawn care is not simple. At first glance, after watching an ad from one of the big box stores, it appears easy. However, these ads fail to mention the need for proper equipment, timing and...

The Sugarcane Mosaic Viruses are plant viruses that infect more than 150 types of plants native to Florida lawns. The Sugarcane Mosaic Virus gets its name from the first cited case in the 1960’s. Sugarcane producers noticed that their crops were infected with mottled, splotchy,...

As we enjoy another cool Florida winter, it might look like it’s snowing on your lawn. Those spots of white patches, or in some cases an entire blanket of white on your turf, is not snow. It is in fact a pesky weed called Florida...