Top 3 Summer Pests In Topeka This Year Although summer means pool days, grilling in the backyard with friends and family, and fireworks, it’s also time for summer pests to thrive. To stop pests before they become an infestation, you’ll have to be vigilant! Here at Topeka Landscape, we come across and prevent pests all […]
Leaf Scorch: A Common Ailment in the Midwest This summer has been brutally dry here in Northeast Kansas, and a lot of people have started to notice (and worry about) tattered leaves on their trees and shrubs. One common culprit that might be causing this damage is leaf scorch, a physiological and aesthetic condition brought […]
D2-Level Drought in Shawnee County According to the U.S. Drought Monitor (USDM), Shawnee County is currently experiencing D2-level drought. USDM categories this as “severe” because this level often involves crop and pasture loss, water shortages, and sometimes water use restrictions. In this post, we’ll explore what this means for your landscape maintenance in terms of […]
When your one, several, or all of your sprinkler heads won’t go down after a specific zone is finished watering or after the sprinkler system has turned off, something isn’t working properly. No need to worry…it’s typically an easy fix!
Pro Tip: Keep Your Landscape Hydrated It’s one thing to implement a beautiful garden or landscape, it’s another to maintain it. One of the most crucial factors that goes into sustaining a healthy landscape is having access to the right amount of water. Mother nature is unpredictable, and with a mild winter this year, Kansas […]