Our approach to lawn fertilization is different from other companies. We don’t just fertilize; we apply living bio-nutrition to your lawn!
Why do I have weeds in Winter or Early Spring? This is a common question, people ask us here at EcoTurf, this time of year. It is truly surprising to see weeds pop up so quickly this early in the
Why do I have weeds in February? This is a common question, people ask us here at EcoTurf, this time of year. It is truly surprising to see weeds pop up so quickly this early in the season. Many of
Aspen suckers can be an annoying problem of planting Aspen trees in your yard.
So far this season we have focused on the different types of broadleaf weeds that are common in Colorado lawns and landscapes. Now we would like to familiarize you with what we call “grassy weeds”. What is a grassy weed?
This week’s weed is Purslane. A weed often confused with Prostrate Spurge that appears to be prolific this year! The leaves are thicker and more succulent than Spurge. According to the CSU Extension Site, Purslane is easily pulled and killed
Puncture Vine or Goat Head Weed (Tribulus terrestris) is showing up in Northern Colorado! Oh yay. The seeds or burrs of this weed can easily puncture bike tires (hence the name!), you and doggie paws. I think this is the weed
Black Medic has yellow flowers actually. The seeds when dry become black and I think that is why it got the name. These plants can get really big and grow low to the ground. They tend to show up in
We were at a restaurant yesterday and on their very large patio between almost every paver were these tiny weed seedlings. Here at EcoTurf, we study weeds but immature ones often do not look like the more easily recognizable adult
Common Mallow has a deep taproot and once it matures it becomes woody and very difficult to remove. If digging it out by hand, best to do so when it is young before it gets too big. Mallow is spread