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MONTHLY CARE GUIDES

January Lawn Care Guidelines for Oklahoma

  • If precipitation has been deficient (1” of snow = ~ 1/10” of water), water lawns, trees, and shrubs, especially broadleaf and narrowleaf evergreens. Double check moisture in protected or raised planters.

  • Check on supplies of pesticides.

  • If you did not treat young pines for tip borers in November, do so before March.

  • Check that gardening tools and equipment are in good repair—sharpen, paint, and repair mowers, edgers, and sprayers.

  • Inspect your irrigation system and replace worn or broken parts.

  • Control overwintering insects on deciduous trees or shrubs with dormant oil sprays applied when the temperature is above 40o F in late fall and winter. Do not use “dormant” oils on evergreens.

  • A product containing glyphosate plus a postemergent broadleaf herbicide can be used on dormant bermuda in January or February when temperatures are above 50o F for winter weed control.

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