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Mowing

Mowing

Mowing is an important management factor for quality turf. Decisions that the homeowner makes about frequency, mowing height, and clippings are critical. Many lawn care problems are a result of not cutting at the proper height and not keeping lawn mower blade...
Managing Turfgrass for Root Growth

Managing Turfgrass for Root Growth

Managing turfgrass for maximum root growth is extremely important. Unfortunately, many homeowners neglect the roots of their turf. Many lawn care companies and homeowners devote their energy to the leaf alone. Applying fast-release nitrogen, not testing soil, applying...
Lime

Lime

Lime is arguably the most recognized but least understood substance applied to lawns. Many homeowners know that a certain amount of lime is needed for a healthy lawn. Few, however, realize why, when, or how much should be applied. Lime works to neutralize an acidic...

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...