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MONTHLY CARE GUIDES

November Lawn Care Guidelines for Oklahoma

  • Continue to plant sping flowering bulbs, pansies, kale, and cabbage.
  • In the first week, fertilize cool season grasses again.
  • Continue mowing cool-season lawns on a regular basis.
  • Remove leaves from cool-season grasses or mow with a mulching mower.
  • Continue to control broadleaf weeds in well established warm or cool-season lawns with a post-emergent broadleaf weed killer.
  • Now is a good time for a soil test to correct nutrient deficiencies before winter.
  • Dispose of pine cones of pines infested with Diplodia and Dothistroma. Prune out dead tips.
  • Compost annual debris and leaves but do not compost diseased plant parts.
  • November 15 to March 15 is the best time to prune most trees and shrubs.
  • Prepare the landscape for winter.
  • Scale insects can be controlled with dormant oil sprays applied when the temperature is above 40o F in late fall and winter. Do not use “dormant” oils on evergreens.
  • Drain gasoline from power equipment or use fuel stabilizer before winter storage. Drain and store water hoses and wrap hydrants. Clean up all tools. Coat metal surfaces with a thin film of oil to prevent rust.
  • Remove diseased plant material from the landscape to reduce disease problems next year.
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