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  • Is My Lawn Still Alive?

      ​Normally, a healthy lawn can stay dormant for a good 5 weeks and still recover. After the five weeks are up, it is important to keep the crown hydrated because if the crown dies, the plant dies.  The recommendations...

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  • Fall Lawn care

    Fall Lawn Seeding TipsThe keys to successful lawn seeding are proper rates, even dispersal, good seed to soil contact, and proper watering. Evenness is best achieved by carefully calibrating the seeder or by adjusting the seeder to a low setting...

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  • Turfgrass: Give Cool-Season Grasses a Boost

    September is almost here and that means it is prime time to fertilize your tall fescue or Kentucky bluegrass lawns. If you could only fertilize your cool-season grasses once per year, this would be the best time to do it.        These...

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  • Fall Lawn Care

    Fall is right around the corner and it is a great time of the year to pay attention to your lawn.  Here is an article about Natural Lawn Care A few tips.... • Create a new lawn from turf or...

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