8 07, 2019

Brown Grass in my lawn??

By | July 8th, 2019|Lawn/Insects|0 Comments

Lawns in our area typically consist of several types of turfgrass. One of those is rough bluegrass. It forms patches of a light green, dense turf in the spring and fall when there is enough moisture. It is best adapted to wet shaded conditions and may be included in seed mixtures for that environment, but [...]

7 05, 2019

Warm weather is upon us!

By | May 7th, 2019|Tips & Advice|0 Comments

Well, we finally get some nice weeks of warmer weather! With the warm weather comes lawn diseases, insects and more stresses for the turf! We are beginning to see some of the summer annual weeds emerging such as oxalis, violets, and knotweed. We are seeing these weeds much earlier this year due to warmer average [...]

21 02, 2019

Snow! Snow! Snow!

By | February 21st, 2019|Tips & Advice|0 Comments

With the winter weather, remember over use of ice melt products can damage your lawn and ornamentals and contaminate the soil making reestablishment very difficult. Of common ice melt products Magnesium Chloride has moderate impact on plant material and does not damage concrete and metal, however, Calcium Magnesium Acetate is your absolute best option. It [...]

18 09, 2018

Revitalize your lawn after the stresses of summer!!

By | September 18th, 2018|Lawn/Insects|0 Comments

Aeration is a vital part of Maryland lawn care especially before seeding and this year has certainly been one of those years where seeding is necessary. The summer heat and drought has caused damage throughout the area and Pro Grass can get that lawn back into shape! Substantial rainfall has resulted in increased disease activity, which [...]

27 06, 2018


By | June 27th, 2018|Lawn/Insects|0 Comments

Summer is knocking on the door and with warmer temperatures comes lawn diseases! Common diseases for home lawns are Red Thread (top left), Brown Patch (top right) and Dollar Spot (bottom left). Brown Patch and Dollar Spot can look similar, however, Dollar Spot is discernible by it's mid-leaf, hourglass shaped lesion (bottom right). They all [...]

30 05, 2018

Summer Tips!

By | May 30th, 2018|Tips & Advice|0 Comments

SUMMER IS ALMOST HERE! HERE ARE SOME TIPS TO KEEP YOUR LAWN GREEN. -Mow Higher: Simply mowing your lawn at a greater height is the easiest thing you can do this summer to keep your lawn healthy. Taller grass grows deeper roots and can cool itself more easily in the heat. That adds up to [...]

24 01, 2018

What to do with Trees and Shrubs?

By | January 24th, 2018|Tree and Shrub|0 Comments

DID YOU KNOW YOUR LANDSCAPE ORNAMENTAL PLANTS NEED CARE JUST LIKE YOU LAWN? Trees & shrubs in our area need much more protection from disease and feeding insects than our lawns do. A vital component is an oil treatment to control scale insects and mites while the plants are still in winter dormancy. Pro Grass [...]

31 10, 2017

November Tips!

By | October 31st, 2017|Tips & Advice|0 Comments Everything on this list is monitored with our Premium Lawn Program. Soil testing determines proper nutrients and soil amendments to be applied and our experienced technicians will advise you on proper routine care and whether other services like aeration and/or seeding is needed. Check out these November lawn tips! Winter annual weeds are [...]

10 02, 2017

Gearing up for spring!

By | February 10th, 2017|Lawn/Insects|0 Comments

Can you believe this weather? We have had a milder winter so far, but if Maryland history serves us right, we are due for a big snowstorm toward the end of February! Lets hope if we do get snow, it comes sooner rather than later so we all can be outside enjoying our beautiful lawns [...]

13 12, 2016

Will snow harm my lawn?

By | December 13th, 2016|Lawn/Insects|0 Comments

Generally, a good blanket of snow is great for your lawn! It acts as an insulator and keeps the temperature of the lawn at right around 32 degrees, protecting it from bitter night time temperatures which, over time, can result in "winter-kill". It also protects the lawn from excessive transpiration. You can think of transpiration [...]

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