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Don't forget your Spring Core Aeration !

Don't forget your Spring Core Aeration !
Core Aeration is the process of making thousands of small holes in the turf. Soil microbes, like all living things, need air, food, and water in order to function. These holes allow fertilizer, water, and air to reach the root zone quicker, resulting in new growth and increased root development. Opening up the soil helps reduce thatch build up...
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Its time to scalp your lawn ! ....What is Scalping?

Its time to scalp your lawn !  ....What is Scalping?
 GIVE YOUR LAWN A JUMP START THIS SPRING !! Having the greenest, healthiest-looking lawn on the block is a coveted title for homeowners across the world. While there are many techniques and strategies for keeping your lawn in top shape, it is important not to overlook scalping as part of your annual care. Lawn scalping involves cutting yo...
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Weed Of The Month -- Henbit

Weed Of The Month -- Henbit
​ Henbit ( Lamium amplexicaule ) is a sparsely hairy winter annual with greenish to purplish, tender, square stems. Its opposite leaves are broadly egg shaped with bluntly toothed margins and prominent veins on the underside. Upper leaves are sessile (directly attached to the stem) and lower leaves have petioles. It has a fibrous root system and ca...
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Family And Pet Friendly !

Family And Pet Friendly !
  Our methods keep your four-legged family members happy and healthy along with your lawn. If only we could protect your soccer ball, too! Many lawn problems are simply symptoms of poor soil or growing conditions, or just poor lawn care practices over the years.  Which is why we don't just mask symptoms with chemicals but instead treat an...
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The Little Things

The Little Things
We know that seemingly small factors can make a huge impact, which is why our products don't harm helpful microorganisms in your soil. ​   Soil microorganisms can be classified as bacteria , actinomycetes, fungi, algae and protozoa. Each of these groups has characteristics that define them and their functions in soil . Up to 10 billion bacteri...
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Weed Of The Month -- Wild Hyancinth

Weed Of The Month -- Wild Hyancinth
Wild Hyacinth Wild Hyacinth is a winter perennial turf weed that is actually a flower in the Lilly family. It grows from a bulb that is already in the ground and emerges when the conditions for growth become suitable. Since it grows from a bulb and not a seed, Pre-emergent weed controls will not stop them. Treating them after they emerge is th...
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When Should You Plant Grass Seed in the Fall?

When Should You Plant Grass Seed in the Fall?
In North Alabama, there are both warm season and cool season grasses that grow in the transition zone. The U.S. has a region known to the turf industry as the transition zone that extends through the central part of the country and includes parts of each of the other four zones. This is the most difficult region in which to grow grass. Both cool-se...
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Overseeding Your Lawn the Right Way

Overseeding Your Lawn the Right Way
Late August through early October is the best time to aerate and overseed. Before overseeding your lawn , you should first determine what types of cool season grasses would perform best in your location. In North Alabama, a blend of turf-type Tall Fescue generally works best. Blends usually contain 3-5 different varieties of fescue with different q...
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Why Are Your Plants Dying?

Why Are Your Plants Dying?
This question gets asked frequently. While there are many factors, the following covers the most common instances that can cause plant loss in the landscape. To start, environmental factors are usually the first issues to cover or rule out as possible causes. One issue may be too much water. This can be from extended periods of rain, the plant bein...
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Caring for Your Lawn In the Fall – What to Know

Caring for Your Lawn In the Fall – What to Know
Treating your lawn in the fall depends mostly on the type of grass you have. For cool season grasses like Tall Fescue or Rye Grass, aerating and overseeding is the most important service done to your lawn over the course of the year. This is the time of year to promote new seedlings with the correct nutrients so that the seedlings can mature quickl...
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When Should You Aerate Your Lawn – What to Know

When Should You Aerate Your Lawn – What to Know
Aeration is a lawn care procedure which alleviates compaction and allows water, air, and nutrients to penetrate your lawn while stimulating beneficial bacteria, fungi, and protozoa to grow. These beneficial organisms are aerobic ("good guys"), meaning they need air to thrive. When the soil is compact, it has less air-holding capacity and becomes an...
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