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

January 14, 2022
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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Your Turf Installation Tool Kit

January 7, 2022
Your Turf Installation Tool Kit

Turf installation is not something to take lightly. It’s a big investment, but the right preparation can make it much less stressful and more successful. This post is all about what you need to know before turf installation, as well as what tools you’ll need if you want to start preparing on your own! Installing…

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New Year, New Turf

December 31, 2021
New Year, New Turf

The new year has arrived, and it’s time to start fresh. The first thing many people think about is what they want to do with their yard – should they change the turf? There are a lot of different types of turf out there, so let’s take a look at them! Bermuda Bermuda grass, or…

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Avoid These Common Mistakes to Avoid Winter Turf Diseases

December 26, 2021
Avoid Winter Turf Diseases

Winter is coming and it will bring with it a slew of new challenges for your lawn. Cold temperatures, heavy rain, snowfall, and more all create the perfect conditions for turf diseases to flourish. Luckily there are ways to avoid common winter turf diseases to maintain your green space even in harsh weather. Read on…

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Want beautiful green turf in the spring? Start planning now.

December 20, 2021
beautiful green turf in the spring

Are you looking for a beautiful green lawn in the spring? Do you want to enjoy time outside with your family and friends without having to worry about maintaining your lawn? If so, then it’s important to start planning now. We’ll help you plan ahead for spring lawn care, as well as some of the…

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Caring For New Sod

December 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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Under Promise and Over Deliver: A History of TifTuf®

December 9, 2021
Under Promise Over Deliver

“Under promise and over deliver.” Little did we know that some six years later, our determination to “Under Promise” would ultimately turn out to be one of the greatest understatements ever spoken in the world of turfgrass. Once it was commercially released, TifTuf® took off like wildfire. But it took years of dedicated research at…

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It’s Not Easy Being ‘Green’

December 5, 2021
It's Not Easy Being Green

“In April 2021, the Athens-Clarke County Unified Government awarded the “Water Conservation Leadership Award Winner for an Individual” to Dr. Brian Schwartz and his work to produce the drought-tolerant bermudagrass TifTuf. The reduction of water use by 38% over the most popular bermudagrass cultivar and the expanded availability of TifTuf across the USA and in…

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5 Winter Lawn Care Essentials

December 3, 2021
5 Winter Lawn Care Essentials

Just because it’s winter doesn’t mean you should ignore your lawn. In fact, winter is a great time to take care of your lawn and prepare it for the spring. Winter lawn care is less labor-intensive than summer chores but just as important. There are many different things that you can do to make sure…

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

November 30, 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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