Green Lawn Fertilizing – lawn care

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.

Curb appeal is the first impression someone has about your house. You want to make a good first impression in order to get the best value from your home, and a beautiful yard is the perfect way to do that.

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:

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You have decided to enlist the help of a professional lawn care service to assist you with maintaining your lawn, but are unsure of what your next step should be. It’s important that you select the right lawn care company, as you’ll likely be working with them for years to come.

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.

Winter can be tough on lawns. Find out which factors are contributing to the thinning of your lawn during the colder months, and how to address them to keep your lawn thick and lush during the rest of the year.

Tips for Fall Lawn Care

Tips for Fall Lawn Care

The summer of 2013 has been much better for lawn care than last year considering the amount of rainfall this spring and milder, daily temperatures, said a University of Illinois Extension horticulture educator.

Green Lawn Fertilizing offers dedicated lime applications, responsible for raising the soil pH. Lime can help improve availability of nutrients and supply calcium and thus help the turf grow better.

Lawn Invasion: Grubs

Lawn Invasion: Grubs

Grubs show up in well kept lawns to feed on turf root systems and once you realize they are there, its too late.