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Fall Lawn Care

Fall is the best time to fertilize your lawn.  Yes you still have time!  Although weed control maybe hard as temps cool down this is the perfect time for that fall feeding.  Apply up to one pound of N (nitrogen)…

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Weed Problems in Lawns

Weeds are plants growing where they are not wanted or simply, plants growing out of place. Weed control in a lawn begins with a healthy, vigorous, dense stand of turf. Without sunlight, many weed seedlings cannot survive. An attractive, weed-free…

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Irrigation

Quick facts on lawn watering Lawns in Michigan may require as much as 1 to 1-1/2 inches of water per week from irrigation or rainfall during summer to remain green and actively growing. Lawns mowed weekly at a taller mowing…

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Core Aeration & Soil Compaction

Core Aeration is an important and highly recommended practice for many lawns. This process is used to reducesoil compaction and thatch, improve surface drainage, and improve conditions prior to overseeding. Lawn aeration inserts hollow tines into the lawn and remove plugs of soil.…

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Mole Problems

The mole, although quite small and innocent looking, can create havoc on your lawn.   Moles are insectivores (they eat insects), and they may control some insect outbreaks. However, mole activity can also cause considerable mole damage to lawns. Mole damage is…

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Weed Control

Weed Problems in Lawns Weeds are plants growing where they are not wanted or simply, plants growing out of place. Weed control in a lawn begins with a healthy, vigorous, dense stand of turf. Without sunlight, many weed seedlings cannot…

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Lawn Diseases

Sometimes bad things happen even to the healthiest lawns. Lawn Diseases are one of those things. With proper fertilizing and water habits most turf diseases can be cured. Watering should only be done in the morning and early afternoon to…

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