Learning Center

Ground ivy is an aggressive, invasive plant. It is a nuisance to suburban homeowners, but can be downright dangerous to have on rural properties if horses are present. Read here about the dangers of this toxic plant. Read more

Henbit is a broadleaf weed that appears in shady spots on your lawn. Keeping henbit under control involves acting quickly once it’s spotted as well as taking preventative measures. Read on to learn more about keeping henbit off of your property. Read more

Your pup is your best pal! But Fido is rarely a friend to your grass. It is possible to have a canine companion and a beautiful lawn. Read on to learn more about treating dog urine damage on your lawn. Read more

Crabgrass is an invasive weed that spreads quickly during the summer. Good lawn maintenance is the best prevention, but you can also use different types of herbicides depending on the maturity of the weeds. Read more

Leaf spot and melting-out disease cause turf spots in the spring and fall and rotting in the summer. Read here to learn about leaf spot and melting-out disease and how you can keep it from taking over your lawn. Read more

Herbicides—chemical substances used to destroy unwanted vegetation—can help keep your lawn weed free and should be used with care. Make sure to identify the weed type, choose the right product, and follow directions for proper application. Read more