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Articles in Lawn Treatment
Total number of blog post(s): 9
Green grass makes for a beautiful landscape, but it’s not always easy to achieve. If you find yourself looking out at an unhappy yard, wondering how to revive dead grass, you may be tempted to turn to chemical fertilizers in an attempt to cultivate a lush lawn. But before you ...
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Green grass alone does not make a great lawn. Ornamental plants add color and variety to your yard in addition to making it more inviting—provided you take care of them properly. In this article, the lawn care experts at Arbor-Nomics Turf, Inc., a Best Pick ...
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Should your garden plans include annuals or perennials? If you’ve always wanted to know the difference between annual and perennial plants, keep reading for our quick guide. View Local Lawn Treatment Companies Transcript of Infographic Annuals vs. Perennials: What’s the difference? Annuals Annuals live for only one season. They must ...
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Weeds are more than just a pesky problem; they’re unattractive, they’re a challenge to get rid of, and without proper prevention, they can have devastating consequences on your yard and the health of your loved ones. These exact reasons are why weed control is a ...
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Green grass not only indicates a healthy lawn, but it also looks nice. Fortunately, it doesn’t take much more than regular lawn maintenance to keep your yard in tip-top shape. View Local Lawn Treatment Companies Transcript of Infographic How to Keep Your Grass Green Everyone ...
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Who doesn’t appreciate a beautiful yard? A lush lawn graced by majestic trees and lovely shrubs is an inviting place for family and friends and a soothing sight for sore eyes after a long work day. A healthy, well-kept yard can even increase your property ...
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Having the greenest, healthiest-looking lawn on the block is a coveted title for homeowners across the country. While there are many strategies for keeping your lawn in top shape, it is important not to overlook scalping as part of your annual care. Tom Poen, president of Weedex, Inc., in Dallas/Ft. Worth, offers his expertise on lawn scalping.
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Aeration or “core aeration,” as many call it, is the process of exposing your soil to the air by removing plugs of soil from the turf. The resulting hollows allow water and nutrients to move through the soil, increasing the quality and health of grass over time and resulting in stronger roots.
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Aeration involves using a tool or a machine to puncture the soil. By loosening the soil under a lawn, aeration incorporates oxygen into the soil, helps water to penetrate, and improves both drainage and the absorption of nutrients vital for turf growth. Many years ago, home lawn enthusiasts would sometimes wear golf spikes and walk across their lawns to accomplish aeration, but this method is not recommended, as golf spikes are not long enough to accomplish effective aeration.
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