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 to your […]

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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 of thatch, […]

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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 use […]

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Grass That Grows Blazing Fast

Let us tell you a little about our JaMur Zoysia grass.

This versatile turf grass is attractive, extremely functional, and developed from USDA research conducted by geneticist Jack Murray. The JaMur zoysiagrass taking the landscape industry by storm because of its minimal water and fertilization requirements.

In appearance, it’s similar to a St. Augustine dwarf variety–except that […]

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Olympic Golf Course to Open in Rio for Public Play This Weekend

According to an article posted on GolfAdvisor.com yesterday, the golf course that hosted the 2016 Summer Olympic competition last month in Rio de Janeiro will open for public play this coming Saturday, October 1. Green fees will be $75 for Brazilians and will range from $150 to $225 for foreigners. The keeper of the course, […]

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Olympics Golf Course Welcomes Competition Today

After years of preparation, a new world-class golf course in Rio de Janeiro welcomed Olympic golfers to competition today. In an article posted by the Washington Post last week, writer Adam Kilgore described the twists and turns that course construction took over the past few years. For the first time in 112 years, golf is […]

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2106 Olympics Golf Course Completed and “Looks Good”

An interview on NBC Sports, posted online on February 2, featured NBC travel insider Matt Ginella who had recently spoken to Gil Hanse, the golf course architect who designed the course slated to host the 2016 Olympics golf competition in Rio de Janeiro this summer. Here’s a portion of what Ginella reported:

“The best news is […]

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BlueJack National Makes Klein’s Top Ten Moments in 2015

Bradley S. Klein, senior writer for Golfweek and a former PGA Tour caddie, named his visit to Bluejack National as one of his “top 10 moments in 2015.” In a blog post dated December 18, he described the first course designed in the U.S. by Tiger Woods as “surprisingly understated, with wide-open ground game options […]

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The Turf War — the Debate Over the Safety of Synthetic Turf Rages On

In yet another ominous report on concerns about crumb rubber in artificial turf, ESPN’s E60 series recently aired a 16-minute televised segment. ESPN reporter Julie Foudy interviewed almost a dozen people involved with the issue, including three toxicologists, two soccer coaches who have first-hand experience with goalkeepers who have died from cancer, a current cancer […]

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