Lawn Care Blog

Lawn Invasion: Ticks

Lawn Invasion: Ticks

Ticks are considered to be superior carriers of disease. They are small and stealthy and often go unnoticed until it is too late.

It is said if a person finds a clover with four leaves they will have good luck. Problem is, most clover only has three leaves—and it's taking over your lawn.

Red Thread is a disease that is common to turfgrasses during the early summer when conditions are high in humidity and rainfall.

The larger the plant, the deeper its roots can go for water during hot months. Turf grass requires more water than trees, shrubs and other plants because its roots are shallower than these larger plants.

As Spring begins to come to a close and Summer sets in, it is important to remember that your lawn’s needs increase along with the temperatures.

Liming Your Turf

Liming Your Turf

pH is the degree of acidity of your soil and can range from 0 to 14. Soils below 7.0 become more acidic due to both human and natural activities.

Lawn Invasion: Grubs

Lawn Invasion: Grubs

Homes in Southeastern Pennsylvania, Delaware and New Jersey are especially prone to grub infestations. There are several different white grubs that are common to these areas and can do major damage.

Victory4Victoria

Victory4Victoria

Green Lawn Fertilizing works hard to stay local as an ever-growing business. Victory4Victoria is just one way we look to reach out into our community and is a very important cause for us here at Green Lawn.

PLANET works to spread awareness in many ways including events such as The Renewal and Remembrance Project, Legislative Day on the Hill and the recent April event; PLANET Day of Service.