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Why Are Mushrooms Growing In My Yard?

Posted by Nate Bahler on Jul 28, 2020 4:32:42 PM

Mushrooms might be a nuisance in your yard but...mushrooms are not harmful! We repeat, they are not harmful. They are actually helpful!

Having mushrooms in your lawn means it is healthy! They are a natural part of your lawn’s ecosystem. Mushrooms help a lawn by feeding on decomposing organic matter to improve your soil quality.  

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Topics: Summer Lawn Care

How to Test My Soil pH - [Signs that my Lawn is too Acidic or Alkaline]

Posted by Brian Gerber on Jun 8, 2020 5:31:29 PM

How to Test the Soil pH of My Yard

Have you noticed yellow spots on your plants? Stunted growth in your yard? Weak stems on plants? Discolored foliage? These could all be signs that your soil pH is "off".
Why is it this happening? There could be many factors but a good place to start can be by testing the pH of your soil.
Most types of grass thrive in soil with a pH between 5.5 - 6.5.  Determining whether yours is too high or too low will let you know where you need to begin.
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Topics: Fertilization, Summer Lawn Care

Summer Lawn Care Tips - Preparing My Yard for Summer

Posted by Brian Gerber on May 19, 2020 6:18:37 PM

Summer can be a very stressful time of year for your lawn with threats of heat and drought. Many of you have worked hard on your lawns in spring and now it's time to maintain the work you have already done.

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Topics: Weeds, Fertilization, Crabgrass, Lawn Tips, Summer Lawn Care

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