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Don’t Neglect Equipment Maintenance This Winter

Don’t get too carried away with the rest and relaxation – just because your turfgrass is dormant, it doesn’t mean you should be! When all the leaves and debris have been cleared from your turf and it’s not quite time to start thinking about herbicides and pesticides, it is still time to tackle the tasks…

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Product Spotlight on Zeon Zoysiagrass

Every variety of turfgrass offers unique benefits and challenges. It is always important to choose a variety carefully, based on the season, traffic, desired appearance and other factors. One great option for zoysiagrass is Zeon. Zeon is a low maintenance breed – it requires only one inch of water per week, and a small amount…

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Take Care of Turfgrass Equipment this Winter

Once the grass has stopped growing for the winter, you can celebrate the end of mowing season, but not until you’ve properly prepared your mower and other equipment for hibernation. Here are a few steps to winterizing your mower: Remove fuel from the tank Clean off all dust, grass and trimmings Remove the mower battery…

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Don't Let Fall Trip You Up

The cooler weather is upon us, and it’s time to consider how to protect and preserve your turfgrass for the coming months. Sure, there will be less traffic on it when the temperatures drop a little bit. And there’s always plenty of rain or snow to consider. You have to be prepared for these seasonal…

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Fall Lawn Maintenance

We’re all looking forward to less-frequent watering and mowing as our lawns go into their dormant season, but that doesn’t mean we can put up our feet and leave the lawn alone until next March! Here are a few fall lawncare tips to protect and preserve the health of your turfgrass, even during the winter:…

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Why You Need Sharp Mower Blades

Does it really matter whether or not your mower blades are dull? Yes, absolutely. Dull blades pull on your grass instead of cutting it clean. This puts stress on the grass and can lead to disease and discoloration. It can even kill your lawn. Cleanly cut grass reduces the risk of all these problems. It’s…

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One Quick Tip to Help Your Lawn Look Great

Have you ever driven by a house with an immaculate lawn? If so, that lawn most likely featured an alternate mowing pattern. While there are a lot of factors that go into a great looking lawn, one quick way to improve your lawn’s appearance is by simply mowing in different patterns. Your lawn is similar…

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Getting Rid of Thatch

What exactly is thatch in the first place? It’s a combination of dead and living grass stems and roots that will harm the health and vitality of your lawn. It creates a barrier between nutrients, water and the lawn’s roots. When not treated, thatch will quickly thicken and bring insects and disease. To take care…

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3 MORE Quick and Easy Lawn Hacks

Want a few more hacks to help you maintain your lawn? We’ve got you covered! 1) Use salt on your stand-alone weeds. You know those weeds that grow up through the cracks in your driveway? Zap them away with a little salt. Keep in mind that salt can cause issues for your plants, so don’t…

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5 Reasons to Consider Sod for Your Lawn

Considering buying sod for your lawn, instead of seed? Here’s a few reasons why that might be a good idea. 1)Your lawn instantly looks good. Freshly laid sod is beautiful, and you don’t have to worry about the unsightly lawn for weeks while the seeds grow in. 2) Sodded lawns have healthier roots. Since sod…

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