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Why Is My Fescue Not Green?

  HERE ARE THREE IMPORTANT THINGS TO KNOW AND WHAT YOU SHOULD DO TO YOUR FESCUE LAWN NOW: 1. OVERSEED The war waged on this summer between Army Worms and our lawns. Add late summer drought and Fescue in particular is really struggling. Overseeding now is best so the roots can really establish before the […]

Winter Pests 101

Common Pests that Invade the Home During the Winter Season When winter weather arrives, some pests go into hibernation while others enter homes seeking warmth and food sources. The National Pest Management Association encourages homeowners to take several precautions against common winter pests like mice, rats, raccoons, cockroaches and spiders. Follow this guide of quick […]

Common Oklahoma Weeds That Germinate In The Fall

Common Chickweed Photo Courtesy of Bob Mann Stellaria media Chickweed is a low growing, mat-forming winter annual with numerous branched stems. This weed disappears in the heat. Leaves are opposite, smooth, oval to broadly elliptical in their shape. Upper leaves are often without petiole; lower leaves with a sparsely hairy long petiole. Stems have vertical lines […]


Years of turf traffic, foraging critters like moles and gophers, summer heat/winter cold, lawn clippings and thatch can wreak havoc on your turf. We offer core aeration that will remove small plugs of soil–as opposed to many other companies that simply spike into the ground. The type of aeration equipment used is very important and […]

Paper Wasps, Yellowjackets and Other Stinging Wasps

Published Oct. 2016|Id: EPP-7305 By Hal C. Reed, Richard Grantham, Russell Wright Introduction Most people have had an unforgettably painful experience with stinging insects so that the sight of such an insect causes fear. However, only a few of the 35,000 species of bees and wasps can inflict a sting painful to man. Many stinging […]

Termite or Ant? How to Tell the Difference

Subterranean termites mainly live underground or in protected areas such as galleries in wood. At a minimum there is always one queen, and many more “secondary reproductives” that are usually present. Most people never see a queen, but may see swarmers or workers.   Winged Subterranean Termite Swarmer (photo courtesy of Oklahoma State Extension) . […]

National Pest Management Month Falls at a Critical Time for Our Country and Industry

Month-long observance by the Professional Pest Management Alliance brings critical awareness to pests as a public health issue and the essential services of professional pest control The Professional Pest Management Alliance (PPMA), which serves as the consumer marketing and public outreach arm of the National Pest Management Association (NPMA), recognizes National Pest Management Month each […]

Is Coronavirus Transmitted by Pests?

Dr. Jorge Parada  March 6, 2020 There are many questions surrounding the novel coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19), including how it’s spread. With warm weather approaching, there may be concerns about disease transmission from insects, but it’s important to note that coronavirus is not spread by vector pests. While the best and most up-to-date resource for information […]

Oh Rats!! Oh Mice!!!

Oh Rats! Oh Mice!!     As the weather begins to cool during the fall months, rats and mice start moving indoors in larger numbers, looking for food and dry protected shelter. We receive calls for rodent control throughout the year, but these pests cause far more problems now and during the months ahead than […]