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How to Maintain Your Garden Like a Professional Turfgrass Manager

April 8, 2022
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If you’re like most homeowners (AKA not a professional turfgrass manager), maintaining your garden probably feels like a daunting task. You may not know where to start, or what turfgrass management techniques to use to achieve the best results. Don’t worry – you’re not alone! In this blog post, we will explore what it means…

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Can I Mix Turfgrass Varieties?

March 29, 2022
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When it comes to having a beautiful, lush lawn, many homeowners have the same question: can I mix turfgrass varieties? There are many different types of turfgrass, and it can be confusing to know which one is best for your lawn. Some people mix turfgrass varieties in the hopes of getting the best of all…

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Are Nematodes a Turfgrass Problem?

March 22, 2022
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Turfgrass nematodes are a problem for many homeowners and golf course managers. These tiny pests can cause a lot of damage to lawns and playing surfaces. In this blog post, we will discuss the life cycle of nematodes, their effects on turfgrass, and how to get rid of them. We will also provide some helpful…

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A Guide to NTEP Turfgrass Ratings

March 15, 2022
NTEP Turfgrass Ratings

If you are a turfgrass manager, then you know the importance of using the right grass for your climate and region. But what if you’re just a regular homeowner trying to achieve a perfect lawn? You might not know all the ins and outs of NTEP turfgrass ratings! Not all grasses are created equal, and…

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How to Plan Now for a Spectacular Spring Green-Up

March 7, 2022
How to Plan Now for a Spectacular Spring Green-Up

Now is the time to start planning for a spectacular spring green-up. By preparing your lawn now, you can ensure that it looks great all season long! In this blog post, we will discuss some tips on how to get your lawn ready for spring. Preparation is Key to a Great Spring Green-Up By following…

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Why Doesn’t My Lawn Look Like a Professional Sports Field, and How to Fix it So it Does

February 28, 2022
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Your lawn is an important part of your home. Not only does it provide a place for you and your family to relax and play, but it also increases the value of your home. A well-maintained lawn can be the envy of your neighborhood, but many homeowners struggle to get their lawn looking like a…

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What is the Easiest Turfgrass to Grow for Homeowners Without a Green Thumb?

February 20, 2022
Easiest Turfgrass to Grow

For homeowners who don’t have a green thumb, it can be difficult to decide which type of turfgrass to plant in their yard. While everyone wants a lush, green lawn, the fear is that high-maintenance grass will be a headache. However, there are many different types of grasses available, and each one has its own…

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6 Benefits of Using Zeon Grass

February 11, 2022

A good way to make your home more attractive is to have a healthy, lush lawn. It can actually give your home more value as it increases the curb appeal. This comes in handy when it’s time to sell your house, but it’s also great to make your house more valuable. In the warmer months,…

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How to Avoid Damaging a Dormant Lawn in the Winter

February 7, 2022
Avoid Damaging a Dormant Lawn in the Winter

Winter is a time when many people forget about their lawn. After all, it’s covered in snow and there’s not much you can do with it, right? Wrong! Damaging a dormant lawn in the winter can cause serious problems for your grass come springtime. In this blog post, we will discuss how to avoid damaging…

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Not mowing in winter? Now is a great time for mower maintenance and other chores.

January 30, 2022
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Now that winter is settling in, it might be tempting to put off all lawn care chores until the spring. Mower maintenance – who needs it? You’re finally getting a break for mowing, fertilizing, and watering! Right? Well… sort of. It’s true that a dormant lawn is a lot less work than a growing one.…

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