Lawn Fungus?

Lawn Fungus?

Lawn Fungus? It usually begins and appears as small patches in your lawn, about 10”-18” in diameter, turning from green to yellow, then to brown. “Brown patch” (Rhizoctonia blight ) takes on a straw colored appearance as the blades of affected grass die. From now...
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There are many do’s and don’ts that will improve the health, quality and appearance of your lawn, landscaping, trees and palms. Some steps are simple and fall into a category of what a homeowner can and should do. Other steps are best left to experts that have the...
lawn of the week

lawn of the week

Every week we are going to be selecting a lawn to participate in our new contest “Lawn of the week”. By the end of the month, we will be selecting the best lawn and the winner will have a $25.00 discount in the next service. You think your lawn can win? Send us your...
Be On the Look Out “Brown Patch

Be On the Look Out “Brown Patch

B. O. L. O. – Be On the look out For Rhizoctonia Fungus, Aka “Brown Patch” The notorious Brown Patch was last seen in your neighborhood. Known associates include Saint Augustine. Brown Patch prefers visiting south Florida in the cooler months and may soon be making an...
Liquid Fertilizer Means Safer Water Article

Liquid Fertilizer Means Safer Water Article

We at One Two Tree feel that it is important to inform our fellow South Floridians on the important news that concerns home owners. There is a new law is based on protecting our State’s valuable fresh and salt water resources. The head of our Spray Division (Dusty...