Learn how to choose the correct lawn sprinkler this summer. This weeks blog provides some interesting insights into lawn care and watering.
As summer arrives, lawns across the country begin to show signs of stress. Today we will talk about common lawn problems during the summer.
First, a fertilizer is any material that supplies plant essential nutrients to the lawn. Some materials are sprayed on in liquid form, some are spread as dry, granular materials.
This week we want to talk about Thistle. Did you know that a Thistle is the national symbol of Scotland and is their oldest recorded National Flower?
First, and most important, a partial lawn care program is definitely more beneficial than doing nothing to maintain your lawn.
Each year, folks across the country complain about grub damage in their home lawns. Or at least they believe it’s grub damage. Many things can turn a lawn brown. Actually, it’s easy to spot grub damage.
Happy Weed Wednesday! This week we want to talk about a pretty troublesome, hard to control weed. You guessed it, Yellow Nutsedge.
Homeowners often ask, “Why do I need to water the lawn, since it just rained?” The answer is that rain, alone, is only one-way lawns receive the necessary amount of moisture required for healthy growth.
We sure do love Weed Wednesday! This week we want to talk about a weed that resembles the tail of a fox., Yellow Foxtail (Setaria Pumila).
It's interesting to see how the effects of a moderate 2021 winter on your lawn carry over into the following year. The effects will differ depending on where you live. Here everything you need to know.