Is Your Roof Strong Enough to Endure Wicked Summer Weather?

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The summer months are often accompanied by rough weather that can do a number on a roof if it’s not designed to withstand the elements. Experts say an ounce of prevention is worth a...

How and When to Water Your Lawn

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On the surface, it seems like a silly question to ask: when should I water my lawn? As East Texas is coming out of an incredibly wet spring and early summer, and landscapes start...

Grub worm control happens now in East Texas

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Those ugly white, C-shaped grub worms that infect lawns and cause so much trouble in late summer and early fall are easiest to kill now, when you cannot see them. White grubs are the...

Summer Thunderstorms and Fish Die-Offs Ponds

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It is completely possible that your pond may have had a fish die-off recently as a result up the stormy weather that we have experienced. The most common cause of a massive fish die...

3 Hacks to Make More Time for Fun This Summer

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Even relaxation and fun take some preparation. But there’s no reason to work harder than you need to. Follow these hacks to get to the good stuff faster this summer. Optimized Travel: Traveling by car...

Closure Scheduled On SL For July 4 For Fireworks Display

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A July 4 fireworks display will require the closure of a portion of Ellen Trout Drive on SL 287 North in Lufkin beginning at about 8 pm and continuing until about 11 pm.The Lufkin...

Benefits of Mulch During Summer (and any other time of the year).

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The addition of a layer of three inches of mulch is one of the best additions that you can make to any of your flower beds, shrubs, and trees. Coarse mulches applied at the...

Pecans In Your Landscape

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One of the most popular choices of trees to add to the landscape is a pecan. It seems several folks want to have at least one pecan tree around their house but are often...

Clearing up muddy pond water

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It’s a common complaint, “My farm pond is muddy, and we’d like to enjoy clearer water. Do you have a solution?” Indeed, we do, but it may require habitat management or a bit of...

Oak Trees are Still Recovering from the Winter Storm

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More than two months following the record cold temperatures of Winter Storm Uri, Texans are noticing that some oak trees are still struggling to recover. This has left many of our state’s experts wondering...