Your lawn needs plenty of water to stay thick and healthy. Usually, Mother Nature supplies an adequate amount of moisture, but your help is required during certain times of the year.
Proper mowing is an essential part of a beautiful lawn. By following a few basic rules, your lawn will stay thick and healthy all year long.
Many lawns require periodic seeding to fill in thin or bare areas of turf. These thin areas can result from drought stress, insect infestation, or even construction work in your lawn. Unfortunately, simply dropping seed on the ground is not usually sufficient. Read More
Most lawns will battle fungus and disease on a regular basis. These pests can move from yard to yard on shoes, mowers, or simply through the air. The best insurance against fungus and disease is to provide adequate fertilization and make a habit of aerating your lawn every year. Read More
The most damaging lawn pest of all is the white grub. Several species of beetles lay their eggs exclusively in turfgrass. When the eggs hatch, the larvae (grubs) feed upon the root system of your lawn. Unfortunately, grub activity is not visible until the damage is already done. Read More
Most lawns can benefit from an annual application of lime. By balancing the pH-level of your soil, your grass will more easily benefit from your fertilization and weed control program.
Core aeration is the process of removing small plugs of soil from your lawn with a special aerating machine. In addition to reducing compaction, core aeration also allows water, oxygen, and nutrients to reach the root system of your lawn. Read More