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What A Rainy Spring Means for Your Lawn

Every living thing needs water to survive. This includes everything from your toddler to your pet cat to the plants in your lawn. Your natural grass is certainly no exception to this rule. But we all know there can be too much of a good thing.

Much of the southeastern United States has experienced a very […]

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Robotic Mowers: Coming to a Lawn Near You

Many of us spent our childhood years dreading lawn duty and wishing the lawn would somehow mow itself. Well, your wish may have finally come true in the most exciting advancement in lawn mowing since zero-turn technology. Sure, you’ve heard a lot of buzz about robotic mowers, but where is the technology now, and who […]

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Common Lawn Care Myths

We all have habits and ideas that, if we really think about it, we’re not exactly sure why we have them, they’re just habit. Sometimes we’ve heard them from others and taken them at their word, but when it comes to lawncare, it’s important to know the WHY and HOW for maintaining an attractive and […]

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It’s Time for Bermuda and Zoysia

As we eagerly anticipate the warmer, sunnier days of spring and summer, many of us begin to plan lawn, landscape, and garden projects. While Mother Nature always dictates planting schedules, (and sometimes gives us a few unwelcome surprises that no one can predict), there are some planting plans we can make with relative certainty.

Bermuda grasses […]

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Drainage Matters

Much of the Southeast has experienced a mild, exceptionally wet winter, with some areas seeing significant flooding, and we still have spring coming, which is traditionally pretty soggy. Homeowners must be vigilant in ensuring flooding and poor drainage don’t take a toll on their lawn and landscape.

There are many risks of poor lawn drainage, including […]

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Back to Cultural Practice Basics

Cultural practices for turfgrass management may sound like something that is only for the pros, but it’s actually a term even the average homeowner should understand. To have an attractive and healthy lawn, observing cultural best practices is essential. Below are four staple practices that will help you maintain your turfgrass.

Mowing- Always follow the 1/3 […]

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Lawn Pest Identification

There are many elements that can affect the health of your lawn, including disease, traffic, pests, fertility and irrigation. Proper identification of the cause of injury to your turf is essential in repairing damage and preventing future problems.

There are hundreds of species of insects that inhabit lawns and the surrounding areas, so it is important […]

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A Season of Giving

Many people spend this time of year focusing on serving others – whether it’s something simple like inviting new friends over for dinner or donating gifts to a local nonprofit, the spirit of giving is alive and well in our communities.

Whether you’re a green industry professional, an avid gardener or you just love taking care […]

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Planning A Lawn Makeover?

Many homeowners have been fighting the good fight, battling back weeds and filling in bare spots in their existing lawns. But sometimes, even the most diligent lawn warriors have to accept defeat and plan a total lawn makeover. Choosing sod is a great way to give your new lawn a head start and minimize the […]

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Snow and Turfgrass Health

While most of us in the transition zone and below may not see much snow through winter, there are still effects of the colder weather on our turfgrass. Even a hard frost can damage turf, but the good news is, a well-maintained lawn can recover well from the stresses of winter.

Whether you measure your annual […]

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