Green Lawn Fertilizing – fertilizing

Fertilizing your lawn can be a challenging task. Choosing the proper schedule includes evaluating your yard’s size, grass type, soil type, and drainage. Take the following factors into account as you determine a fertilizing schedule for your lawn.

Here are some ways to adjust your home's lawn grass and turn the power of nature in your favor. With these methods, you can have lush, lively grass that Mother Earth would envy:

“Going green” is a common phrase these days, but is it really the best for your lawn? We will look at both the good and the bad of organic lawn care.

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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.

Weeds can take over a lawn before you know it. Not only can weeds be unsightly, they can also be damaging to your grass, plants, and flowers.

Weeds tend to appear out of nowhere. Just when you think you have gotten them all, a new one pops up in some secluded corner of your lawn and spreads its seeds all over once again. If you have encountered this problem and spent hours pulling up endless weeds only to find them returning to your lawn, you may be wondering if there is any way you can prevent weeds from growing in the first place. While the odd weed may still crop up, there are measures you can take to minimize weed invasions on your lawn.

Trees and shrubs are normally self-sufficient lawn plants that require little to no attention. However, new shrubs and shrubs faced with poor soil conditions may need your help, in the form of tree and shrub fertilization treatments. Find out if your trees and shrubs are ready to be fertilized.

Spring is an important season for your lawn. It's a memorable time when the kids go on their first Easter egg hunt. It’s the time when buds bloom, grass revives itself and trees and shrubs start putting out brand new leaves. We recommend you make the following preparations beforehand to ensure that your lawn has a successful and productive spring.

Early in the morning is the best time to water as the turf is cooler and the cooler temperatures keep evaporation to a minimum.