If your lawn is looking thin or bare, it might be time to sow it with a layer of grass seed. The cool-season grasses of Pennsylvania fare best in the fall. Read on to learn more about why fall is the best time to reseed your lawn.
Green Lawn Fertilizing – aeration and seeding
Lawn aeration is a remedy for stressed lawns that removes thatch and loosens compacted soil to encourage root development, aid in nutrient absorption, and create a healthier environment for grass. Here are some tips for aerating your lawn this fall.
As spring gives way to summer, lawn health can be tested by the increased temperatures and the threat of drought. The following tips are the best practices for maintaining a healthy lawn for the entire season.
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Lawn disease comes in many forms and can plague your yard, rendering it unattractive and unhealthy. Learn here about how the most common diseases and how Green Lawn Fertilizing can help combat its effects and prevent future outbreaks.
The fall is a wonderful time to really focus on your lawn. Even though this may not be the time of year generally associated with lawns, a well-kept lawn can still be a bright green in the fall, and the lawn care you provide in the fall may affect how your lawn looks the following year.
Summer is the perfect time to consider lawn aeration. By providing the grass with a direct pathway to the things it needs to grow, you will strengthen the grass and improve your lawn’s health both now and in the future.
Earlier this month, Pennington invited the Green Lawn Production Management team and 25+ other customers out to tour their facilities in the Willamette Valley region of Oregon. The visit consisted of stops at the NexGen Turf Research facility, a key seed farm and production facility and the main Pennington Plant in Oregon.
There is nothing better than a summer time lawn party. Bringing friends and family over for a barbecue and lawn games can be the perfect summertime activity. However, the last thing you want is to be embarrassed by your lawn.
You live next to each other and wave hello as you are both mowing or watering your lawn. So why does your neighbor’s lawn look so much better than yours?
An unhealthy lawn is an eyesore, with many different colors, weeds, and dying turf. When your lawn becomes unhealthy, it’s important to take action.