Lawn Care Tips
Whether you choose to mow your own lawn or have us do it for you, we'll share with you our method and how you can help to make your lawn healthy and green!
Besides being expensive, over-watering damages the lawn, contributes to poor growth, and causes serious disease problems. Over-watering contributes to iron chlorosis or yellowing in lawns, trees and shrubs, and makes more frequent fertilizer applications necessary. Water is usually applied too often and left on too long so water runs down the gutter. Turf studies show that most lawns only need to be watered once every 3 or 4 days to stay healthy and green. Water infrequently and deeply. If water is applied every day, the roots accumulate in the top 1 to 2 inches of soil. This creates weak plants that are more subject to insect, disease and drought damage.
Unfortunately, if your neighbor has weeds or dandelions, you will probably have weeds or dandelions. But, here’s what can help: