It’s that time of year again.. Time to GIVE and HELP others in need. Though we should be doing this all year long, Christmas opens our eyes to who are suffering and how we can help. This year, Coast Landscaping Inc. decided to fund the Wounded Warrior Project. Though the company isn’t directly influenced by those who serve, we believe it is our duty at Americans to help those who have done so much for us. Thank you Warriors for your service!
Ahh, the joys of brown grass…Do you know what to look for to discover the culprits? Grass turns brown when roots can no longer grab nutrients or water from soil, or when soil doesn’t contain enough food or water. Insect feeding, drought stress, soil compaction, or other factors can combine with heat to damage grass. In this weakened state, a lawn can also be more susceptible to attack by weeds and insects. Is it drought stress? Locate a brown patch, and pull on the grass. If it is firmly rooted and won’t pull easily from soil, it’s likely brown due to drought. Look at the entire lawn. When drought is the cause, brown patches will be random and in rough patterns while grass near a sprinkle