Fertilizers for a Healthy Lawn

A healthy lawn requires specific nutrients that it gets from the soil. Sometimes, though, your lawn needs an extra boost from a quality fertilizer to replace lost nutrients, stimulate leaf and root growth, and recover from wear and tear. The … Read More

Irrigation System Rain Sensors

No homeowner wants to run an irrigation system when it’s raining. A rain sensor will prevent this from happening.  A rain sensor is a small device set up in an open area that’s exposed to the rain, and it works … Read More

How to Replace a Sprinkler Head

If you have an automated irrigation system in your yard, you know that you sometimes have to replace sprinkler heads. Learning to identify the malfunctioning ones early will help you save money and keep your lawn healthy. Once you’ve spotted … Read More

The Importance of Grub Control

Grubs are a common nuisance in Texas, and one of the hardest lawn pests to deal with. They feed on grass roots, and if left unchecked, can severely damage your lawn. Grubs — What are They? In Texas, white grubs … Read More

Make Your Smart Controller Smarter

Some irrigation controllers just aren’t that smart. They’re the older, conventional controllers programmed to run for specific times and durations. Whatever the season, plant material, or current weather conditions, conventional controllers relentlessly keep to their watering schedule, unless someone intervenes … Read More

The Best Drought-Tolerant Grasses in Texas

Throughout Texas, drought conditions and water restrictions have been impacting our landscape choices. A growing number of cities, for example, either recommend or have passed ordinances requiring drought-tolerant grasses for new residential and commercial development.  So, what is drought-tolerant grass? … Read More

Winter Irrigation and Lawn Care

When your lawn goes dormant in the winter, don’t neglect it until spring — it still needs care and attention. One of the most important factors in winter lawn care is irrigation. Winter Irrigation Winter irrigation prevents grass roots from … Read More

Winterizing an RPZ Backflow Assembly

Although the winters in central Texas are relatively mild, the temperature does drop below 32°F. To maintain irrigation systems during these freezes, you need to winterize and protect the above ground RPZ (reduced pressure zone) backflow assemblies to prevent any … Read More

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