During the late fall and winter months weeds and other pests may have invaded your grass. As you inspect your property be on the lookout for these common problem in your turf grass:
After the cold, wet winter we experienced here in North Texas, you may have to deal with some landscaping issues on your property.
Do you have questions about tree pruning, lawn care, weed/pest control, irrigation or other issues that affect the landscaping on your property? Ask The Gardener! The landscaping experts at VMC Landscape are here to help you.
After a long wet spring in North Texas, you may have noticed yellow patches of grass or shriveled leaves on your plants. Often, this is evidence of a pest infestation, where grubs and insects have started chewing and sucking the life out of your plants. The best way to control these harmful landscape insects is with an integrated management system.
Like most property owners, you are concerned about the affects that insects and other landscape pests might have on the plants and trees on your property. Like most property owners, you are concerned about the affects that insects and other landscape pests might have on the plants and trees on your property.
Web worms’ larvae create a thin webbing (bag) around branches, feeding on the leaves of fruit, nut, and ornamental trees and shrubs.