1. Poa annua Control in Southern Lawns

    Poa annua is the most common winter weed in southern lawns.  This grass is also commonly known as annual bluegrass and is distinguished by the boat-shaped leaves on the plant, with the tip of the leaf curving up like the bow of a boat. Poa annua is a cool season grass that germinates during the early fall when soil temperatures drop below 70 degrees.  Each small plant can produce around one hund…Read More

  2. Dormant Newnan Turf

    Dormant Newnan turf may look dead.  However, it is very much alive!  The turf is actually going through a healthy, natural process.  Dormancy is a phase in the grass life cycle in which the turf will begin to slow its growth rate or become inactive.  This process happens to warm season grasses such as Zoysia or Bermuda during the winter due to conditions being unfavorable such as the drop in t…Read More