Dethatching vs. Core Aeration

Dethatching vs. Core Aeration

Dethatching vs. Core Aeration: What’s Best For My Lawn? The term often used to describe the process of cleaning up a ‘thatchy’ lawn is “dethatching”. Fewer homeowners are familiar with the process of core aeration. For the best possible lawn, it is important to...
Fall Aeration And Seeding

Fall Aeration And Seeding

Time To Think About Lawn Aeration & Seeding During the hottest, most stressful months of the growing season, lawns take a real beating. As dry, stressed turf thins out, at times going completely dormant, weeds invade, diseases run rampant and bugs have a field...
Brown Patches In Lawn

Brown Patches In Lawn

Brown Patches In Your Lawn One of the most common summer lawn problems is the formation of browned out patches of grass, usually in sunny areas. And, while the condition may be related to nothing more than the particular grass variety in that part of the lawn,...
Kentucky Bluegrass vs. Turf-Type Tall Fescue

Kentucky Bluegrass vs. Turf-Type Tall Fescue

Kentucky Bluegrass Vs. Turf-Type Tall Fescue [TTTF] The most common turf grass in the northern two thirds of the US is Kentucky Bluegrass. Because of its natural beauty, ability to spread, thicken on its own and fill in damaged areas, Ky Blue is the first choice of...
The Best Lawn Fertilizer

The Best Lawn Fertilizer

The Best Lawn Fertilizer For A Green And Healthy Lawn Spring has sprung! Time to think about the lawn and landscape, and your plans for the new season. For many folks, looking forward to lawn work is not exactly appetizing. In fact, of the 58 million or so maintained...
Lawn Programs Make Sense

Lawn Programs Make Sense

Lawn Care Programs Make Sense Each spring, literally millions of homeowners venture out onto off-color, often-damaged lawns and face the remnants of winter’s stress on their grass, trees and shrubs. The first thought we have is….gee, time to fertilize the lawn….and...

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