Iron Chlorosis in Zoysia Grass?

Answer Young zoysia grass shoots turning yellow is typically an indicator of iron chlorosis, a problem usually associated with zoysia grass growing in alkaline soil with a pH above 7.5. Zoysia grass grown... Read More »

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How do I get rid of poa annua grass without killing zoysia grass?

Proper Lawn CareKeep the lawn mowed short and well-fertilized. Test the soil to determine the best fertilizer and application schedule. Give the lawn from 1 inch of water a week to 1 inch every thr... Read More »

What is iron chlorosis and how can it best be treated?

Iron chlorosis is an iron deficiency in the plant that shows itself with yellowed leaves, usually between the veins which remain green. Sometimes the entire leaf can turn yellow or white. It usuall... Read More »

How to Maintain Zoysia Grass?

Zoysia grass is a durable, turf-like grass that is ideal for lawns, golf courses and parks. The grass is best suited to growing in the western and southern regions of the U.S. or as far north as Co... Read More »

Zoysia Grass Information?

Zoysiagrass is a favorite in lawns across the South, where it rivals Bermuda grass for popularity. Both grasses are invasive and will take over an area and choke out any weeds. Zoysiagrass is more ... Read More »