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Nutsedge Texas

October 21, 2021

Unfortunately, nutsedge it is very common across Texas where it invades lawns, flower beds and crop fields. Nutsedge, is often incorrectly referred to as “nut grass”. It is frequently lumped in with tough invasive grassy weeds like King Ranch blue…

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Lawn Fertilizer Companies Near Me

October 15, 2021

Looking for lawn fertilizer companies near me? You have come to the right place! At Weedex Lawn Care, we have all the right tools and equipment to make your lawn a place you never want to leave. Who needs to…

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Lawn Aeration Texas

October 6, 2021

Aeration is the process of poking hundreds, if not thousands of very small holes in your soil so water, oxygen and fertilizer can get into your soil more easily. Typically, a round piece of the soil, called a core or…

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Weed Control Service Near Me

September 30, 2021

Oh no, is that dallisgrass springing up out of your beautiful lawn? If weeds, lawn fungus, or pesky lawn insects are threatening to take over your yard, you are probably running to your computer to find the best weed control…

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Local Water Restrictions in Dallas, TX

January 30, 2019

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This Winter, Don’t Forget to Water the Lawn

January 18, 2017

Before the big winter freeze hits, don’t forget the importance of giving your turf grass plenty of water to help it through the cold season. A few well-timed sprinkler sessions will protect your lawn’s root system and help create a stronger…

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Topdressing Your Lawn with Compost

August 2, 2016

Healthy lawns have soil that thrives season after season. Since most North Texas lawns have poor soil quality, topdressing your lawn is an important, often overlooked lawn chore. By adding a modest layer of compost across your lawn you can…

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Excessive Weeds After a Mild Winter

May 10, 2016

After an unusually mild winter, North Texans tend to notice excessive weeds in their lawn. Typically, multiple “hard” freezing temperatures inhibit the growth of new weeds the following season while warm winter temperatures typically result in more spring weeds. This causes…

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