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April 30, 2020

Lawn fertilizers are often implicated as a major source of phosphate pollution. When improperly applied, spilled onto streets, sidewalks and driveways both organic or manufactured fertilizer will pollute our groundwater, lakes and streams.

Research shows with proper app...

April 23, 2020

Mowing is defined as the mechanical removal of leaf tissue. A general rule of thumb is to cut no more than one third (1/3) of the leaf blade at each mowing. I like to mow the lawn shorter the first cut of spring and I keep it a bit longer before winter dormancy. A shor...

April 16, 2020

Organic fertilizers, are commonly processed from various animal, plant and human by-products. Organic fertilizers are comparatively low in nutrient content so they require

significantly larger volumes. Organics also have slower nutrient release rates than

Manufactured f...

April 9, 2020

Plants need essential nutrients for optimal growth and recovery. Turf grass fertilization is a key component for ideal growth and performance of the lawn.

Nitrogen (N) often gets the most attention. Nitrogen release gives the grass a vigorous growth flush when applied....

April 2, 2020

Thatch is a natural occurring layer of accumulated grass clippings, stems, roots and other decomposing matter found between growing grass and the soil under it often creating the spongy feel when walking on a thatchy lawn. 

Thatch develops when high maintenance lawns pr...

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