Happy New Year! I hope everyone had a Merry Christmas and got to enjoy the Holidays with loved ones. I really hope everyone was able to get those mower blades sharpened, and the mowers tuned up with new filters and spark plugs. January is that time of year where you should be applying Lime, which… Read more »
Your mower can affect the health of your grass! Yes, you read this correctly. Grass ripped, torn and shredded by a mower will stress the plant which leads to reduced health allowing insects, drought, heat and other factors to have detrimental effects on your lawn. To insure a beautiful looking lawn, we recommend you service… Read more »
Pick out the area of your yard where you want your green, choose an open area, keeping in mind the amount of sun and shade. A sunny spot works best. Dig out your green usually about 6-8” deep plus additional width for fringe and rough. Cover your area with landscape fabric to prevent future weeds… Read more »
Be careful when decorating your yard for the holidays, leaving items on your grass such as haybales can damage your grass and it won’t recover until late spring or early summer.
Before your Turfgrass Sod Arrives 1. Make sure everything that goes under ground is already installed like drainage systems, irrigation systems, electrical and other lines. 2. Loosen top 6 inches of soil with a rototiller or similar equipment. Add fertilizer. Add soil amendments if needed. 3. Rake area to remove rocks and debris. 4. For… Read more »
When…Where…How Much Water is essential to all life…to little water and we die, too much and we drown. The same is true of the grass in our lawns. Water makes up 70% to 80% of the weight of our lawn grasses and the clippings alone are nearly 90% water. While most people are concerned about… Read more »
The common question in many households is whether to use seed or sod to grow the perfect lawn, especially as the spring nears and more attention is placed on the yard. To help you decide, we’ve put together three benefits to using sod: Instant Lawn. Or as we like to say, “Real Grass, Real Fast.”… Read more »