Will more water fix this problem? This brown area was caused by insects – it isn’t for a lack of water, it’s bugs!
If this damage gets worse, this lawn needs an insecticide ASAP but if this is stable damage that has been there for some weeks and not getting worse, …Read more
How does aerating my lawn save water?
Aerating will make what water you do apply go much farther. Instead of running off or only penetrating a few inches, water is better absorbed when the lawns have been aerated.
Each year, up to 80% of lawn roots die back, and the grass tries …Read more
If you’re getting married, you need a wedding agent. That’s different. Here, we talk about wetting agents, or surfactants. These are compounds that are designed to help water penetrate the soil more thoroughly.
Some wetting agents are made from corn cob granules that have been impregnated (after the wedding, of course) …Read more
You need our free expert advice about what to do when your lawn is doing poorly. Depending on what’s going on with your lawn, we may tell you that aerating is not appropriate, or we may suggest alternate remedies such as a pesticide, but only if it’s necessary to solve …Read more
There are some important things you can do to protect the value in your landscaping while at the same time reducing your outdoor water use.
We have all been asked to reduce watering substantially due to the drought. To help you reduce your outdoor water use, here are a few suggestions:
1. …Read more
These nine lawn facts may surprise you:
Lawn Fact #1: In a well maintained, thick 10,000 square foot (929 square meter) lawn, there will be 6 turf plants per square inch (25.4 millimeters), 850 turf plants per square foot (30.45 square meters) for a total of 8.5 million turf plants.
Lawn Fact …Read more
Does how I water affect how much water I use? How many minutes should I water?
You’d be surprised how important proper watering is. You can save a lot of water by watering properly. As usual, the rules are quite simple (there’s only one rule):
“Water your lawns deeply, not daily, and only water twice a …Read more
Why is mowing correctly so important?
You’d be surprised how important mowing is. You cannot only save a lot of water by mowing properly, your lawn will fare much better if you do. The rules are simple:
1. Cut your lawn at the tallest possible setting- (2.5 to 3″ high after you …Read more
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