Check Irrigation Zones
Check irrigation heads on occasion to make sure that they are providing adequate coverage throughout your lawn without spraying too much into the street or driveway.

Turf Tips

Avoid Over-Watering
Over-watering your lawn can result in fungus and spur excessive weed growth.
Avoid Under-Watering
Under-watering your lawn can result in dry areas and Chinch bugs.
Baking Soda to Control Crabgrass
Baking soda sprinkled on crabgrass has been known to kill it without causing damage to the surrounding turf.
Dollarweed Thrives in Moisture
If you are experiencing excessive growth of dollarweed then try cutting back on watering.
Dollarweed by nature is an aquatic species that thrives in excessive moisture.
Check Irrigation Zones
Check irrigation heads on occasion to make sure that they are providing adequate coverage throughout your lawn without spraying too much into the street or driveway.
Mow St. Augustine Between 2.5"-3" Tall
St. Augustine grass prefers to be mowed between 2.5"-3" tall. Mowing any shorter could expose the roots and cause them to dry out.
Check Mower Height
Never mow more than 1/3 of the grass blade at a time.
Aerate to Promote Growth
Aerating your lawn will help to relieve compaction and promote root growth. Thatch buildup can choke your lawn.