Soil Analysis

Every lawn has nutrients below the surface that affect the appearance and life of the lawn. These nutrients need to be checked to determine any deficiencies or excess of certain nutrients or levels. Many believe that a problem within the soil chemistry doesn’t exist when everything is looking good, but it is recommended to have [...]

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Lawn edging next to landscaping

Lawn Edging

A well manicured and maintained lawn does not look as such without proper edging and trimming. The right amount of time and the proper equipment can have the clean lines that everyone wishes to have. Whether using a manual edger or a power edger, both are quite easy to use and will be well worth

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Watering after a lawn care application

Watering after an Application

“The technician was just here, should I water my lawn now or wait?” Watering after an application is one of the most frequently asked questions when it comes to lawn care applications. To answer this question, you must understand that lawn care applications are typically 2-parted and therefore have a 2-parted answer. Yes, the lawn

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Quackgrass within a lawn


Have you noticed a different type of grass popping up within your lawn? It’s pretty obvious when something new pops up that doesn't blend in with the rest of your lawn. Chances are, your lawn has been infested by quackgrass!   What is Quackgrass? Quackgrass is a creeping perennial grass that is considered to be a

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Lawn Mowing Safety Tips and Practices

Lawn Mowing Safety Tips

When you think about mowing the lawn, many don’t think much about it and simply get out there and do it and do it quickly. When you truly think about a lawn mower, whether push or rider, they are very dangerous pieces of equipment. Accidents can happen easily in your own lawn, it is always

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Onion grass growing in a lawn

What is Onion Grass?

Every year, you mow the lawn and you smell it! The overpowering smell of onions fills the air. Wild onion grass, a cousin of green onions, is considered a weed and can be one that is very difficult to control and takes much patience when dealing with.   What is Wild Onion Grass? Onion grass

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Termites Termites in particular, subterranean termites are the most damaging insects of wood and can cause significant property damage. Their presence can be very difficult to detect in advance and typically their destructive damage is done before they are seen. What are Termites? They are small, ant-like insects that differ from ants in that they

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