Green Lawn Fertilizing – mowing

Determining your mower’s ideal height setting is the first step in properly mowing your lawn and creating the lush, green, disease-free lawn of your dreams. Read on to learn more about finding the right mowing height for your lawn.

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.

Every homeowner wants a lush, green lawn. For those who want to give mowing a try, read on to learn the secret to cutting your own lawn with professional results.

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The grass is always greener, they say. Making your lawn the envy of town is easy with the correct maintenance techniques. Read here about how to get your grass the lush, deep-green color you crave.

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.

Water is the natural fuel for grass growth, and without it your lawn may suffer if you don’t make sure that you’re taking advantage of some important strategies aimed at maintaining grass color and health.

Lawn mowers can have problems if they are not maintained properly. Here are the steps you need to take to give your lawn mower a tune up and keep it in ideal working condition.

Having a sharp lawn mower blade is almost as important as having the lawn mower itself. That’s because a dull blade will not only have problems cutting the grass – it can also damage grass, which leaves your turf susceptible to lawn diseases.

When getting ready to seed your lawn with fresh grass, examining the following variables will help you to choose a grass type that will thrive and hold up to the environmental and physical demands of your particular lawn.

Without mosquito control, the only way to prevent the mosquitoes is to starve your lawn. Mosquitoes need water to breed, so a lawn that is dry doesn't appeal to them. But even then, grass mosquitoes need only a small puddle, and one rain a month may be enough to keep them swarming your property. Bug zappers have little effect on mosquitoes, and the sprays that you can buy in the store only last for about a week, and in that time many of the mosquito eggs will hatch and continue the cycle.