Many people assume that there’s no need to start treating their lawn until “spring” when the trees and flowers are blooming in April. Warmer spring temperatures bring your lawn out of dormancy and begins an active growth cycle. Unfortunately, that means crabgrass will be germinating and growing too! Pre-emergent crabgrass weed control applications are an … Continue reading What can I do this year to protect my lawn from crabgrass?
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Aeration involves perforating the soil with small holes to allow air, water and nutrients to penetrate the grass roots. See why you need to aearate your lawn this fall.
What is Dethatching? “Dethatching” lawns refers to the mechanical removal from a lawn of the layer of dead turfgrass tissue known as “thatch.” This residue is bad for your grass, as it keeps water and nutrients from seeping down to grass roots. Easy Dethatching tip: Pushing rake tines deeply down into the grass when you … Continue reading What is Dethatching?