Healthy Lawn Activities

Healthy Lawn Activities

Essential Tips For A Healthy Lawn This Fall Having a really healthy lawn means building a turf area that will support all sorts of family recreational activities. It starts with healthy soil. Checking the pH, or the acid or alkalinity level in your lawn could open...
Too Much Water Can Kill Your Lawn

Too Much Water Can Kill Your Lawn

How Too Much Rain Or Water Can Negatively Effect Your Lawn Why is turfgrass so important? According to The Lawn Institute, the grass and trees along our nation’s highways and byways produce enough oxygen to supply over 22 million Americans each and every day of the...
Forget Crabgrass In The Fall

Forget Crabgrass In The Fall

Crabgrass In The Fall: What You Need To Know Let’s face it, crabgrass is one tough challenge! It arrives in Spring and stares at us all summer long. Making matters worse, in the early Fall, you may notice the blades turning an unsightly purple. What to do? In the...
Protect Your Trees In The Fall

Protect Your Trees In The Fall

Protect Your Trees & Shrubs This Fall For the reasons you fertilize and water your lawn going into winter, you should supply the same treatment to trees and shrubs that have similar needs and requirements. Before winter sets in, there are just a few things you...
Watering Lawns and Sprinklers

Watering Lawns and Sprinklers

What You Need To Know About Watering Your Lawn and Sprinklers If there is one key ingredient in building a thick, healthy lawn, it is water. No matter the grass variety in your lawn, without adequate water, the lawn won’t look it’s best. How much water is “adequate”?...
Don’t Give Up On Your Bermuda Lawn

Don’t Give Up On Your Bermuda Lawn

Don’t Give Up On Your Bermuda Lawn: Success Is Just Around The Corner This time of year, as we enter into the middle part of the spring, we at ExperiGreen begin to field questions from customers wondering why their lawns are brown and not growing yet. This...

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