Water Your Lawn

Water once a week but let it soak deep. Roots extend deeper in the soil when following this rule. Otherwise, frequent shallow waterings tend to unsightly webs of dry brown runners just above the soil. Figuring out how much your lawn needs depends on the soil type. Sandy soils dry out quicker while clay soils […]

Soil Tips

Preparation and planning are key to planting a new lawn and general lawn maintenance. It is important to prepare the area thoroughly and to get rid of all weeds and to make sure the soil won’t immediately crust over or compact into lumpy ruts. Another tip is to test the pH level of your soil. […]

Spring

The sun is warm and Spring is in the air. You can hear the steady hum of lawnmowers once again. According to The Lawn Institute, Americans spend about 6.4 million a year in lawn care. Americans are purchasing seed, fertilizer, bug and insect control, lawn equipment, string trimmers, and other equipment hoping to have the […]