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Monthly Archives: March 2018

Lawn Thatch

By definition, lawn thatch is the layer of (mainly) dead turfgrass tissue lying between the green vegetation of the grass above and the root system and soil below. This layer, if it becomes too thick (1/2 inch or more), is bad for your grass and must be removed to maintain lawn health. The process of […]

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Level out an Uneven Lawn With Topdressing

Areas of a lawn can become uneven over time, due to “settling” and other factors. In the least extreme cases, you will want to solve the problem by “topdressing,” which allows you to level out your lawn. Is this problem new to you? If you have never experienced it, you may need a brief introduction […]

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Mulch Grass Clippings Back into the Lawn

Almost without exception lawn clippings should always be mulched back into the lawn. The benefits of mulching lawn clippings are too numerous and valuable to ignore. From providing nutrients for the soil to saving significant amounts of time and money, mulching the lawn clippings just makes sense. Similar to mulching leaves into the lawn in […]

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10 Tasks to Prepare Your Lawn for Spring

First the bad news: if you neglect spring lawn care (and related concerns pertaining to your mower), you could end up paying for it the rest of the year. Now the good news: the chores required of you in spring don’t entail nearly the amount of work that you’ll have to invest in mowing alone […]

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When to Apply Spring Lawn Fertilizer

Standard practice is to apply a dose of lawn fertilizer in the spring, followed by one or two more during the growing season. If you follow this standard practice, though, the most common mistake is to apply the spring fertilizer application too early in spring. In reality, the best time for that first application is […]

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How to Choose a Lawn Care Provider

Lawn care companies are a dime a dozen in many parts of the country. They come in all forms from dilapidated trucks with unsafe trailers and old, unreliable equipment, to shiny new trucks with flashy logos, sparkling new equipment and professional looking workers—and everything in between. Just as the beat up old equipment might provide […]

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