Little rain and less forecasted in the near future. Grass is burning. Here’s what you do!
Choosing the right fit for your lawn and yourself is easier than you think.
In our post “Effects of Dog Urine and Feces on Lawns” we touched on the topic of weeds and how they pray on weak lawns. These lawn pests look for any openings to take root and make a permanent home for themselves and future offspring. Within the industry, battling weeds is called weed control ratherContinue reading “Lawn Care and Weeds”
Dog urine and feces are a frustrating problem for lawn care . Small amounts may produce a greener or more fertilized effect while larger amounts mostly result in burnt or dead patches. Usually most burn spots will recover with time, but dead areas may need reseeding or sodding. Lets find out why and what toContinue reading “Effects of Dog Urine and Feces on Lawns”
Compost is the best organic material to add to your soil. Composting breaks down yard waste, food waste and wood scraps into a crumbly soil-like material called humus. Compost is usually clean, easy to use, and available. It can be purchased by the bag or you also can make your own compost.