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When Should I Water My Lawn?

Posted by Brian Gerber on Jul 16, 2020 3:23:57 PM

How Often Should I Water My Lawn?

As a general rule of thumb, water your lawn about twice a week.  Water deeply and infrequently. 

How often and for how long you water your lawn can be different for different types of soil.  For example: sandy soil requires more water and clay soil requires less water.

Don't fall into the trap of "more is better".  One of the top causes for lawn diseases that we see is actually from very well intentioned customers accidentally over watering their lawn. 

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Topics: Lawn Watering, Irrigation

How To Get Rid of Weeds in My Lawn [The Ultimate Guide]

Posted by Dave Schwarm on Jun 22, 2020 5:11:58 PM

Getting Rid of Weeds In My Yard

We have all been there - you have a lawn full of pesky weeds. What do you do? We are here to help offer some tips on how to better identify and manage weeds on your property. 

Some weeds can be more aggressive than others. Some are just eye sores, while others cause harm by robbing water and nutrients from other plants. Below we'll cover both weed identification and weed treatment. 

Weed: /noun/ A wild plant growing where it is unwanted and in competition with cultivated plants.

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Topics: Lawn care, Weeds, Lawn Tips, Lawn Watering

Choosing the Best Irrigation System [Top 5 Sprinkler Types]

Posted by Dave Schwarm on Jun 18, 2020 8:08:34 PM

In my 30 years of experience in the lawn care industry, a lot has changed. One thing that has remained the same is this: grass needs water and watering your lawn correctly will keep it healthy and green.

Irrigation systems have many benefits. They water your lawn evenly, are environmentally beneficial (less waste), encourage healthy plant growth, and offer both aesthetic and financial benefits.

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Topics: Lawn Tips, Lawn Watering

How to Water Your Lawn [Dos and Don'ts]

Posted by Nate Bahler on Jun 11, 2020 11:46:57 AM

Lawn Watering Tips 101

Did you know that a healthy lawn can increase a property's value by up to 15-20%. Did you know that an average sized lawn (1/3 acre) can hold over 1 million grass plants?

Watering grass can seem like such a simple chore but be careful - there is plenty of room for error and plenty of nuances to be mindful of when tending for this investment of yours. 

The goal here is always a healthy, strong, lush, green lawn. Let us help you out with a few tips from our certified experts. 

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Topics: Lawn care, Lawn Tips, Lawn Watering

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