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Spring Tips

Consider the following tips to help increase your chances of a successful growing season.
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Troubleshooting Problem Lawns

Some of the most commonly asked questions coming into the Payne County Extension Office involve poor lawn conditions. While each individual circumstance is unique, there are some common factors that can usually help explain the underlying cause of the problem. Read More...

Late Summer Lawn Care

If you enjoy a quality lawn, we are quickly approaching an important time of the year for performing key maintenance practices. Read More...

Bermudagrass Alternatives for the Home Lawn

While bermudagrass is well adapted, it is not the ideal choice for all situations. If bermuda is not working for you, for whatever reason you might try Buffalograss and zoysiagrass. Read More...

Reviving Tall Fescue Lawns

The summer of 2014 has turned out to be a better than average year for tall fescue lawns for most of our clients. Even so, there is a good chance your cool season lawn may need some rejuvenation to keep it looking its best. Read More...

Horticulture Tips for September

The weeds we’ve been talking about the last couple of weeks are ready to jump out of the ground so this is your last reminder to deal with them now. Read More...

Horticulture Tips for April

It’s April and everything is turning green! Those interested in all things “home grown” start thinking of getting outside to do their part. Lets go through some common tasks that will need attention this month. Read More...

Refreshing the Lawn in Shady Areas

Fall is the preferred time of year to seed cool-season lawns, whether that is to freshen up an existing lawn, or seed a new one. Follow these guidelines for your best chance of success: Read More...
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