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MONTHLY CARE GUIDES

June Lawn Care Guidelines for Oklahoma

  • Vigorous, unwanted limbs should be removed or shortened on new trees. Watch for forks in the main trunk and remove the least desirable leader as soon as it is noticed.
  • Remain alert for insect damage. Add spider mites to the list. Foliage of most plants becomes pale and speckled; juniper foliage turns a pale yellowish color. Shake a branch over white paper and watch for tiny specks that crawl.
  • Watch for 1st generation fall webworm.
  • Pine needle disease treatments are needed again in mid-June.
  • Cultivate and mulch. Mulching will reduce about 70 percent of the summer yard maintenance.
  • Fertilize warm season grasses as per April instructions.
  • Dollar spot disease of lawns can first become visible in mid-May. Make certain fertilizer applications have been adequate before applying a fungicide.
  • Seeding of warm-season grasses should be completed by the end of June to reduce winter kill losses.
  • Brown patch disease of cool-season grasses can be a problem.
  • Meet water requirements of turf.
  • Post-emergent control of crabgrass and summer annual grasses is best performed on young crabgrass plants.
  • Continue to water deeply as needed. Apply at least one inch of water each time.
  • Softwood cuttings from new growth of many shrubs will root if propagated in a moist shady spot.
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