Professional and friendly tips, advice, and conversations from our experts.

What does this warm February mean for my lawn?

Next Door Know-How Feb 14, 2013 Comments Off on What does this warm February mean for my lawn?

You can’t count on much in Texas, except unpredictable weather. This unseasonably warm February, typically the coldest month of the year, is wrecking havoc on our local plants. This warm winter means your lawn is going to come out of dormancy sooner than it usually does…your lawn as well as the weeds. Because of this, it’s going to be important to apply pre/post emergent as soon as possible. Good thing we’ve already started. Once again the pre-emergent is a vital part of keeping your lawn weed free. The sooner you get the pre-emergent down the better.