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Helpful Tips For Homeowners

How Often Should I Mow My Grass?

July 24, 2018

There’s no perfect answer to this question, but we’ll give you a guideline. When it comes to mowing frequency, it’s all about the one-third rule. This guideline, which we explain more in our last post, is to never cut more than one-third off the length of your grass. So if you’ve been cutting about half…

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What Height Should I Cut My Grass?

July 24, 2018

It’s a question we get asked often: What’s the ideal grass height when mowing? The simple answer is to never cut more than one-third the length of your grass in one cutting. That’s an easy general rule to remember. At the same time, though, the mowing length also depends on the type of grass. Cooler…

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Caring for a Newly Seeded Lawn in Summer

July 16, 2018

If you’ve finally taken the plunge and seeded your lawn, you know that the care doesn’t stop there. The first few months are vital in establishing a healthy, beautiful lawn. Summer weather presents challenges of its own, even for long-established turfgrass. Here are some important tips for caring for your newly seeded lawn during those…

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TifTuf™ Keeps Growing Strong All Year Long

July 5, 2018

While Mother Nature always brings her best to challenge the resilience of any type of turf, there are some that stand up to that test time and time again. TifTuf™ has demonstrated excellent shade, cold, wear and drought tolerance, along with a fast grow‐in rate and vibrant green color. Observations in the mid‐atlantic region last…

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Looking for a Low-Maintenance Bermuda Lawn?

June 25, 2018

If you’re looking for a low-maintenance lawn, look no further than T10 certified bermuda grass. With T10, your mowing frequency can be reduced by up to 50% compared to other bermuda grass options–and it all goes back to its reduced rate of vertical growth. This grass is an excellent option for high-traffic areas like residential…

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When Water is Hard to Come By … Buy TIFTUF™

June 25, 2018

Your grass won’t live without water. Yeah, that’s an obvious statement. But what do you do when water is more difficult to come by? As water restrictions and resources have tightened over previous years, turf grass breeders at the University of Georgia decided to stop talking environmental stewardship and do something about it. That’s where…

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Grass That Grows Blazing Fast

June 25, 2018

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…

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Why Good Soil Matters

June 25, 2018

To really thrive, turf grass needs four things: sunlight, air, water and nutrients. Take one away, or provide too much of one, and your lawn will suffer and possibly even die. But if you get the balance right, you’ll have a beautiful landscape and a wonderful environment to enjoy. The soil provides three of those…

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The Heat is On. Can Your Grass Hold Up?

April 17, 2018

Summer’s right around the corner, so now’s the time to start talking about grass that can withstand heat and potential drought. TIFTUF is a drought-tolerant bermuda grass developed by turfgrass breeders at the University of Georgia. It uses less water and stays green longer when subjected to stress.

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How to Become a Licensed Turfgrass Producer

April 3, 2018
Turfgrass Producer

If you’re interested in growing one of our Turfgrass Group varieties, simply contact our office and apply for licensing. Our varieties can only be produced as certified turf grasses, and we adhere to the Crop Improvement Association regulations within each state. This is to maintain to the genetic integrity of each variety of turfgrass. When…

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