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Lawn Aeration 101

Why Aerate Your Lawn/Landscape? Healthy roots are essential to healthy plants so it stands to reason that it is essential that water and nutrients reach below the surface.    Aeration is quite simply perforating the soil to create small holes which allow the necessary nutrients to penetrate and reach the roots. Aeration is particularly helpful in:

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Soggy Lawns

Does your soggy lawn and landscape need rescued? Heavy rain, standing water and poor drainage can create havoc for your lawn and landscape.  Standing water is the perfect breeding ground for grass-killing diseases like Zoysia Patch, a type of fungus.  Once fungus sets in, it can be difficult to get rid of. However, there are

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Are the dogs claiming your landscaping?

To maintain an attractive yard and your pet’s outdoor needs you have to take ownership of both and recognize that allowing your dog to run the property will require some compromises and adjustments to maintaining your landscaping.  OR, adjust your dogs to the landscape.  To hold up better against foot track, paw traffic and other

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Do you know your yards ideal mowing height?

Certain types of grasses have specific height requirements. If you maintain your lawns ideal height, it will reward you with a healthy, lush turf that will fend off weeds, drought and disease.  The myth of “…the short the grass, the less you’ll have to mow…” is the foundation to a problematic lawn. Mow you grass

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Why Aerate Your Lawn/Landscape?

Why Aerate Your Lawn/Landscape? Healthy roots are essential to healthy plants so it stands to reason that it is essential that water and nutrients reach below the surface. Aeration is quite simply perforating the soil to create small holes which allow the necessary nutrients to penetrate and reach the roots. Aeration is particularly helpful in:

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Improve Your Property with Curb Appeal

First impressions are lasting impressions so…. curb appeal is a large factor in selling or presenting your home. An un-kept lawn and/or landscape creates the perception that the home may not be well cared for regardless of the interior condition, amenities and other aspects. An impressive exterior intrigues one to look further at what treasure

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Does your soggy lawn and landscape need rescued?

Heavy rain, standing water and poor drainage can create havoc for your lawn and landscape. Standing water is the perfect breeding ground for grass-killing diseases like Zoysia Patch, a type of fungus. Once fungus sets in, it can be difficult to get rid of. However, there are several proactive things you can do: Address Drainage

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