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Green Up Your Turf with Iron

Nitrogen fertilization is most often associated with “greening up” a lawn, but there are times when it isn’t the best option, such as for deeply shaded grass in the summer or when there is an active “nitrogen-loving” disease present. The chlorophyll molecule in the...
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...
The Benefits of a Nice Lawn

The Benefits of a Nice Lawn

In recent years more attention than ever has focused on the environment and especially on protecting water sources from possible contamination. While these concerns are justifiable, much of the environmental “heat” has been on turf areas, especially golf courses and...
Soil Testing

Soil Testing

It doesn’t matter if you’re a golf course superintendent with 30 years of experience or a first time homeowner, soil testing is a very valuable tool. While it’s true that, for a time, most lawns can get by on a somewhat generic fertilization program with an emphasis...
Caring for Newly Sodded Lawns

Caring for Newly Sodded Lawns

Extensive soil preparation is necessary to install sod in Northern Virginia. Unfortunately, for new homeowners, that rarely takes place. The most important goal with a newly sodded lawn is to establish a good, deep root system. Sod laid over compact, poorly-drained...