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A Healthy Lawn Starts With Healthy Soil

April 15, 2021
A Healthy Lawn Starts With Healthy Soil

Spring is in the air, flowers are blooming, and hopefully, your lawn is looking lush and green. Unless it isn’t. Oh no! So what’s a homeowner to do? If you’re after that perfect lawn, we’ll let you in on a little secret: it’s all about healthy soil. Yes, it can be that simple. You’ve got…

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8 Simple Ways to Save Water on Your Lawn

April 12, 2021
8 Simple Ways to Save Water on Your Lawn

A lawn is a beautiful addition to any home. And a lush green lawn doesn’t just look great. It’s also functional. Soft grass is the perfect surface for outdoor fun, from sports to barbecues, to barefoot outdoor play. Recently, water conservation concerns and general environmental awareness have led a lot of people to question the…

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When to Start Mowing in the Spring

April 7, 2021
When to Start Mowing in the Spring

A beautiful, lush green lawn can be a point of pride for a homeowner. But after the winter, many homeowners struggle with bringing their lawns back to health. Spring lawn care can set the tone for your lawn’s growth season. That can mean the difference between a year of struggling with your turf, or a…

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Lawn Care With Beer and Soap? These Are the Top Nutrients Grass Needs to Grow

March 31, 2021
These Are the Top Nutrients Grass Needs to Grow

Soda and Beer have been used as homemade lawn care brews for generations. While both may be bad for your health, they actually contain top nutrients grass needs to grow. Though they are an effective base for great lawn fertilizer, you can do much better with a product specifically made for your grass. We have…

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Does Watering Bring Back a Dead Lawn? How to Revive Dead Grass

March 23, 2021
How to Revive Dead Grass

The last thing you want to see when you look out at your yard is brown, patchy grass. If you are looking for ways to revive dead grass, we may be able to help. The first order of business is to figure out why your grass is drying out, turning brown, or dying. Once you…

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Caring For New Sod

March 15, 2021
Caring For New Sod

Taking care of the lawn is a common pastime for homeowners all over the country. Knowing when to water, when to cut, and even when to start over with new sod is par for the course. If you recently installed a new layer of sod on your land, there are some important care tips that…

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A Beginners Guide to Liming Your Lawn

March 7, 2021
A Beginners Guide to Liming Your Lawn

Everyone loves a bright green lawn, but sometimes the soil can get in the way of healthy grass. Adding lime to the soil of your grass is an effective way to boost soil pH while also encouraging proper growth. Lime used for grass comes from natural limestone. The rock is finely ground and then used…

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Why Your Turfgrass Doesn’t Breathe – The Importance of Aerating for a Healthy Lawn

February 28, 2021
Aerating a Healthy Lawn

A manicured, velvety green lawn can enhance the beauty of any landscape. If you have such a well-tended green, you want to keep it healthy and lush all year round. Besides being the place where you can laze in your hammock, watching sparrows gather, squirrels dart across, and the seasonal frog hop, a lawn has…

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All About Bermuda Grass Sod

February 21, 2021
All About Bermuda Grass Sod

One of the most popular types of grass, Bermuda grass is arguably the best combination of beauty, low maintenance, and durability. Learning all about Bermuda grass sod will help you make the best-informed decision about whether it is right for your lawn. If you enjoy watching sports that use natural turf such as football, soccer,…

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The Best Turfgrasses for Sun and Shade

February 14, 2021
The Best Turfgrasses for Sun and Shade

There are many factors to consider in choosing the right turfgrasses for sun and shade on your property. Most properties have a combination of areas with and without shade, even if no trees are present on the lawn. The home itself is often a source of shade in the morning or evening hours. Keep in…

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