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Dry Granular vs Liquid Fertilizer

Dry Granular vs Liquid Fertilizer

Dry Granular Fertilizer Slow-release granules gradually release nitrogen as temperature, moisture and microorganisms break them down. Slow-release, granular feedings create a longer-lasting, rich green color and eliminates the “surge” growth that occurs after liquid...
Weeds

Weeds

The most common definition of a weed is a plant that is out of place. Most weeds compete all too well with turfgrass for water, nutrients, and light. They often grow faster than the desirable grass and spread quickly. Proper control of weeds is a must to achieve a...
Snow and Ice

Snow and Ice

There are a number of ways adverse winter weather can hurt your lawn and landscape. They range from shrubs along the drive burned from the exhaust of a car warming up to diseases in the turf that can become active during Winter. Here are three ways your lawn can be...
Rough Bluegrass and Canadian Bluegrass

Rough Bluegrass and Canadian Bluegrass

Image by Rasbak – Own work, CC BY-SA 3.0, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=138143 Rough Bluegrass Rough bluegrass (Poa trivialis) and Canadian bluegrass (Poa compressa) are perennial grasses that prefer cool, wet conditions and are considered...
Integrated Pest Management

Integrated Pest Management

Integrated pest management (IPM) combines appropriate pest-control tactics (biological, cultural and chemical controls) into a single strategy to reduce pests and their damage to an acceptable level. IPM offers the possibility of improving your lawn while minimizing...