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January 18, 2019

Water awareness in winter months is important for grass plants. When water in the form of snow is infrequent and the dryness of winter sets in along with warmer temperatures it is a good idea to water your lawn.

In our region the winter months of November, December and...

October 27, 2018

Currently soil temperatures at 5” in depth are still above 55 degrees. Soil temperatures now are great for root growth in sod.

In ground sprinklers are not susceptible to freeze and breakage. However, above ground vacuum breakers and backflow devices may need extra care...

October 8, 2018

Yes, you can sod in Winter!

Winter sod is installed while dormant. Dormancy is due to low outside temperature and less water use during winter months. Winter dormancy in turf is the plants way of hibernating to protect itself through the harsh winter. During dormancy th...

September 26, 2018

No, it is not too late. In fact fall is one of the best times to install turf grass sod. We live and grow in a cool season turf zone. This includes fescue and fescue blends as well as Kentucky, Texas and bluegrass blends. Cool season grasses thrive in the cooler temper...

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