Blog Posts in September, 2012

  • Refurbish Dull Lawns with Aeration and Dethatching

    September 20, 2012
    Lawns suffer from extended daily use. The grass grows a little less green and rainfall drains a little slower. Aerating and dethatching every year or two will have it growing strong and vibrant again. Aeration involves driving cores or spikes into the ground to bring submerged soil to the surface and introduce fresh air to the lawn. This process helps reduce soil compaction. Aerate in parallel ...
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  • Tips to Deter Gophers

    September 20, 2012
    Gophers can wreak havoc on your lawn, causing severe damage. A simple way to help rid your lawn of gophers is to first locate the main runways extending from the burrow. These usually have two tunnels heading in opposite directions and you can usually guess where those tunnels are by drawing a line from the outermost edge of the debris kicked up by the gopher. Use a metal pole to poke around the ...
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  • Helpful Fertilization Guidelines

    September 20, 2012
    Fertilization is a crucial element to a healthy, lush lawn. Every lawn needs nourishment, but how much depends on your grass type and environment. When determining the best fertilization program for your lawn take into consideration some of these simple tips. Many fertilizers on the market today come as a combination, or can be mixed during the same application time with other agents. Fertilizers ...
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  • Lawn Fertilization

    September 20, 2012
    Like people, a lawn needs adequate nutrients for good growth. That’s why it is important your lawn receive the right amount of water, care, and nutrients to grow strong and lush. Lawns also need regular fertilization to keep the grass growing and weeds out. Determining when to fertilize is an area for concern for most homeowners. Consider these four factors: climate, grass type, fertilizer type ...
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  • Tips to Deterring Deer

    September 19, 2012
    Hungry deer will eat almost anything. Deer in different regions often have different palates. The deer in your backyard might be the only one in the neighborhood that enjoys gobbling morning-glories. Deer favorites are often smooth, tender and flavorful plants. Try removing these types of plants or camouflaging them around plants that are poisonous, fuzzy, coarse, spiny, bitter or very aromatic, ...
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