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Why should I aerate and over seed my fescue Lawn?

After several years, mature plants begin to slow down their reproduction rate. Since a blade of grass lives only an average of 45 to 60 days, production of new tillers must continually outpace the dieback of older leaves. Young grass will produce tillers faster than older grass. Therefore, one of the most important secrets to … Continue reading Why should I aerate and over seed my fescue Lawn?

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  • September 8, 2017
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How to Maintain the Grass in Extreme Heat

REFRAIN FROM CUTTING TOO SHORT One common mistake made by both homeowners and commercial landscape maintenance companies is cutting a lawn too short. If a lawn is cut too short, it reduces the plants’ ability to produce energy for growth. When cut at the proper height, however, grass develops stronger roots that support more vigorous … Continue reading How to Maintain the Grass in Extreme Heat

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  • June 15, 2017
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Flea and Tick Season is Here – Be Prepared!

In this guide, we will study how timely preparation can help you protect your beloved pets during the flea and tick season. A bit of prevention can go a long way in keeping your pets safe and healthy. How to prepare for the flea season Fleas and ticks are often hard to prevent and control, … Continue reading Flea and Tick Season is Here – Be Prepared!

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  • June 15, 2017
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What is Nutsedge?

When timely rainfall happens in the spring, our lawns grow quite nicely. In addition to the grass, however, summer weeds also start to appear. One of the most difficult lawn weeds to control goes by several names including nutsedge, nutgrass and water grass. The technical name is yellow nutsedge. Although this weed looks like a … Continue reading What is Nutsedge?

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  • June 15, 2017
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