Blog Posts in May, 2013

  • Lawn Sprinkler Maintenance Tips

    May 28, 2013
    Don't forget to perform routine maintenance on your existing sprinklers. Not only will they last longer, but they can also give your lawn more accurate watering. First, you have to make sure that your sprinkler heads are free from dirt and glass clippings. These may restrict your sprinkler head's movement. Clean out the dirt from inside the sprinkler head as well. You can do this by removing the ...
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  • Proper Lawn Watering Techniques

    May 22, 2013
    Proper watering techniques guarantee the health and beauty of your lawn. These techniques depend on season, types of plants and your soil type. The amount of moisture a plant receives will affect its appearance. Yellow, drooping leaves indicate over-watering, while grayish leaves and wilting indicate under-watering. Leaving footprints in the grass is also a sign of under-watering. The best time to ...
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  • How to Change the Oil in Your Lawn Mower

    May 17, 2013
    Ideally, your lawn mower's oil should be changed every spring. This keeps your lawn mower in good, working condition throughout the year. It ensures that the engine is properly lubricated, and that new oil is distributed to important mower parts. Changing the oil on your lawn mower is a fairly easy task, and you can do it well without the help of a professional. First, clean the area around the ...
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  • Dandelions

    May 14, 2013
    Dandelions are one of the most persistent weeds gardeners face in their quest for the "perfect lawn." Dandelions are the most common type of weed in the United States and Europe, and they are very hard to deal with because they do not die once the growing season is over and quickly reappear the following spring. Dandelions are green broadleaf weeds that eventually produce a yellow flower. This ...
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  • How to Mow a Lawn

    May 9, 2013
    Lawn mowing can sometimes seem like a chore, but it can also be good exercise. Mow your lawn when it’s dry, at least twelve hours after watering. Mowing a wet lawn helps spread weeds and fungi. When mowing your lawn, it is good to leave at least two to three inches of length, and cut 1/3 of the grass length. Cutting more will traumatize the grass and leave it unable to recover. If you’ve allowed ...
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  • Natural and Organic Weed Control Methods

    May 3, 2013
    Even though dandelions are one of the most delightful indicators that spring is finally on its way, they can quickly become unsightly. In a similar way, ragweed, Queen Anne’s lace, and crabgrass can all take their turns dominating your lawn as spring and summer progress. Unfortunately, many people believe that the only way to get rid of weeds and fungal infestations is to use harmful herbicides. ...
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