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.
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Times, they are a’ changin’! Dreamlawns is growing, and that means embracing the 21st century. In 2018, you’ll be able to enjoy our social media pages on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter, and hear our radio shout-outs on The COOP SHOW on Eagle 97.3fm in the mornings. Our technicians will be able to upload photos and videos as they’re working- to highlight the beautiful lawns we care for, as well as to show examples of seasonal problems. Did you ever look at a weed or a brown spot in your lawn, or a bug eating your roses and wonder ‘what the heck is that?!’ Email us a photo, and we’ll ask our knowledgeable technicians. Once we get an answer, we can share it with you via email, AND add it to our pages, so your friends and neighbors don’t have to wonder, either. This is the information age, after all, and we want to provide our customers with as much information as possible about what’s going on in their lawns, and what we can do to help. Your Dreamlawns team is excited to have more ways to reach our customers and our community in 2018 and beyond!
Keep your Lawn Healthy with Dreamlawns Weed Control
There you are looking at your lush green grass and suddenly you see something growing that doesn’t belong. Crabgrass is on of the most misidentified lawn weeds and a big challenge for weed control. Crabgrass grows close to the ground and gets its name from stems that grow out low, like crab legs and has a blue-green or yellow-green color to it.
When the soil warms up in Spring this makes for an excellent germination time for crabgrass which is an annual weed. Temperatures between 55 and 60 are it’s favorite! Once crabgrass sprouts it becomes very difficult to control because the seeding phase is quick and can drop up to 5,000 seed onto your lawn. And if you happened to have trimmed your lawn too low, it gives the soil an even better chance to warm up and makes it that much easier for crabgrass to root and take over your lawn.
Crabgrass, besides having an unfavorable appearance can also cause major damage to your lawn as well. It can weaken lawn grass making it easier for the crabgrass to reproduce.
Don’t let crabgrass choke the beauty and life out of your lawn. Call Dreamlawns for a FREE Estimate! Ask about $25 off your first application.