Spring Season

Spring Fling

Spring has arrived and it certainly helps to see flowers blooming and bees buzzing with all of the Corona virus fears. With nicer weather, longer daylight hours, and social distancing, this is the perfect time to get your outdoor space in better condition. Afterall, your spring fling is likely going to be spent in your …

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Stop Being Crabby

Like a crab, crabgrass has many legs and is low to the ground. Also, it is difficult to get hold of when weeding and it even eludes the blades of lawnmowers. Crabgrass favors sandy, compacted soil where the grass is thin and weak. A bare lawn allows sunlight to directly hit the soil, which helps …

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Spring into Action

Spring arrives this month and that means getting your landscape ready. With all of the rain we’ve been having, your lawn is probably already beginning to get green. If you have a warm-season turf, it may also be time to add some lime. If your soil is acidic, you may just need to do this …

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