“I never realized aeration could make such a difference in my lawn!” It’s a comment we often hear from homeowners a few months after trying aeration for the first time. Lawns don’t have to be in poor shape to need core aeration. In fact, aeration is an important part of any good lawn care program.…

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Sprinkler System Tip #3: Water only when needed. Watering too much and too frequently results in shallow roots, weed growth, disease and fungus.

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Sprinkler repair includes winterization with Landworks.

Schedule each individual zone to account for the type of sprinkler, sun or shade exposure, and soil in that section. Different zones may need different watering schedules. Watch your system run through its cycle. Make sure your sprinklers are not watering streets, driveways, sidewalks, patios or homes. Water only when needed. Watering too much and…

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We love a beautiful, lush landscaping. We are always thankful of our clients that trust us to maintain their properties.

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Late summer is when most homeowners notice the physical damage of dead patches in their lawn due to grub infestation. Grubs are milky white, c-shaped larvae of several types of beetles. In our area, grubs are one of the most damaging lawn insects. They cause damage to turf in the late summer and early fall. You…

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The benefits of core aeration is to break up the thatch layer in turf…enabling better air, water & nutrient exchange in the soil which produces a deeper root system & thicker turf. Core Aeration ~ Core aeration removes “cores” of soil. Aeration involves making holes in the lawn either by pushing a rod into it or extracting a…

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The benefits of core aeration is to break up the thatch layer in turf…enabling better air, water & nutrient exchange in the soil which produces a deeper root system & thicker turf. Core Aeration ~ Core aeration removes “cores” of soil. Aeration involves making holes in the lawn either by pushing a rod into it…

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Your new grass seed requires moisture and favorable temperature ranges for germination. The most important thing to remember is that you must keep the seed moist all the time (not enough water will kill the sprout). It is a commitment to keep your new seed watered correctly, especially immediately following application of seed. If you…

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