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Early Season Lawn Tips
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Soil should always be moist during the germination process.
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The most frequent reason for lawn failure is lack of proper watering.
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Generally, under ideal conditions, grass will appear after 5-14 days.
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If a soil test shows acidity, apply limestone to reduce acidity levels in the soil.
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Most types of grasses will survive best when cut to 2.5 to 3.5 inches in height.
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Irrigation Without the Irritation
These water-saving systems, which range from simple sprinklers to in-ground irrigation, not only hydrate your lawn or garden, but they also save you time and money. Read More >
Aerating - Let Your Lawn Breathe
After being smothered by snow for many months, your yard needs some time to breathe. The easiest way to provide your lawn with fresh air is through some simple aeration. Read More >
Restoring Your Lawn with Video
A beautiful green lawn is the pride of most every homeowner. If your turf needs help, don't despair! In this article, we'll show you how to restore a tired, sick looking lawn. Read More >
Eight Quick Steps for Planting a New Lawn
Start by preparing the seed bed and remove debris and large rocks. Then till to a depth of 4-6"
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How To Avoid Lawn Failure and Spot Repair Steps
Remove as much loose grass and weeds as possible. Loosen soil with renovator or rake as necessary to expose soils. Apply fertilizer, then sow seed evenly, taking extra care on bare spots. Read More >