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Avoid These Dangerous Plants

Published on: July 27, 2020

Being one with nature is the best part of being outdoors. If you are a homeowner, you go to great lengths to make sure your yard is looking its best and that your family is safe from annoying, biting mosquitoes. But there are other dangers out there that you should be aware of, especially if you have pets and children running around outside. These are the most dangerous plants in North Carolina.

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Summer Mosquito Control Tips for South Carolina

Published on: June 22, 2020

With the summer months approaching in the Palmetto State, residents of South Carolina will be out enjoying long walks in the park, backyard barbecues, graduations, weddings, and a plethora of outdoor activities. But over the winter, we tend to forget that we don't just share all these outdoor spaces with our friends and family but with bloodthirsty mosquitoes as well. Luckily there are some steps you can take to drive down the mosquito population in your yard and protect yourself for disease-carrying mosquitoes.

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Spring Lawn Pests: Identifying Lawn Damaging Insects in South Carolina

Published on: May 26, 2020

South Carolina homeowners put a lot of work into their yards only to be completely helpless when an invisible enemy attacks their yard. You may work hard to make your lawn attractive to humans, but it’s also appealing to lawn pests. Being able to spot lawn pests in your yard will help you solve lawn issues before they cost you an arm and a leg.

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Spring Weed Control Tips For South Carolina Lawns

Published on: April 27, 2020

Throughout the year, weeds are a continuous problem for South Carolina homeowners. There are many ways weeds can sneak into your yard, including the wind, birds, or your lawnmower can bring weed seeds to your lawn. When weed seeds bed down in your soil, they can remain dormant for years waiting for the right time […]

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Spring Lawn Preparation Tips for a Healthy Start to the Year

Published on: March 30, 2020

With spring fast approaching, it’s time to get your South Carolina lawn ready to grow. Spring lawn preparation is an essential step in an effective lawn care strategy and sets your lawn up for a healthy and productive year. By giving your lawn a healthy foundation from the start of the growing season, you’re encouraging strong growth and a healthier lawn. Here are a few spring lawn preparation tips to help give your South Carolina lawn a healthy start to the year.

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Spring Lawn Diseases to Watch for This Spring in South Carolina

Published on: February 17, 2020

As the cooler temperatures of late winter give way to the warmer and wetter weather of spring, our South Carolina lawns become vulnerable to a new threat. Lawn diseases and fungus can wreak havoc on your lawn this spring if you’re not ready for it. Persistent monitoring and fast action are the best ways to avoid damage and devastation at the hand of spring lawn diseases. Here are a few of the most common spring lawn diseases in South Carolina.

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How To Set Your 2020 Lawn Care Priorities for a Beautiful and Healthy Lawn

Published on: January 15, 2020

Now that it’s the new year, let’s set our 2020 lawn care priorities. Setting your priorities early helps you create a game plan for your lawn care in 2020. By setting the right priorities, creating a lawn care plan, and following through, you’ll finally achieve the beautiful lawn of your dreams. Here are a few […]

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Give the Gift of a Luxurious and Healthy Lawn This Holiday Season

Published on: December 9, 2019

This holiday season, try something a little different when thinking of your holiday gifts. Think green. Give the gift of a luxurious and healthy lawn with a lawn care program from Coastal Turf. Lawn care is the perfect gift for someone who doesn’t have the energy or time to continuously maintain their lawn. It also […]

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Fall Weed Control Tips for a Healthy and Beautiful Lawn

Published on: November 25, 2019

Keeping your lawn healthy and beautiful is a year-round job. The lawn care tasks that you will need to focus on change from season to season. Here in South Carolina, weed control is a fall lawn care step that you shouldn’t skip. Fall weed control can mean the difference between having a lawn full of […]

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Protect Your Grass from the Threat of a Lawn Fungus this Fall

Published on: October 24, 2019

The summers here in South Carolina can be tough on our lawns. The intense heat, lack of rain, and heavy traffic can significantly weaken the immune system of our lawn. This leaves it open to a number of threats, including fall lawn fungus. Knowing how to deal with grass fungal diseases in your lawn is […]

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Enhancing Your Yard Through Aeration

Published on: September 24, 2019

Many people wonder what more they can do to their yard when fall arrives. After a long hot summer and plenty of outdoor activities, your yard could start to show signs of wear and tear. Weak and thinning grass can leave your yard open for weeds to take root and crowd out your grass. Even […]

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Turf Damaging Insects In South Carolina

Published on: August 26, 2019

Here in South Carolina, there are a lot of forces trying to damage our lawns including diseases and drought. But, none are more damaging or creepy as the myriad of insects that love the weather here in the Palmetto State as much as we do. Here are a few of the most destructive lawn pests […]

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Summer Lawn Care Tips and Tricks for South Carolina Lawns

Published on: July 29, 2019

Summer is here and it sure is hot. Now is not the time to take it easy when it comes to summer lawn care. We here at Coastal Turf want you to be able to enjoy your yards this summer by offering you some helpful lawn maintenance tips.   Weed Control As the summer progresses […]

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Summer Weed Control Tips For South Carolina Lawns

Published on: June 28, 2019

Whether you are a gardener or a homeowner, weeds are public enemy number one. No matter what you do, it seems these annoying plants always find a way back into you yard. Weeds are stubborn and can cost you hours and money that could be spent on things you enjoy. Luckily for you, we have […]

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