How Can I Tell If My lawn Is Too Dry?

How can I tell if my lawn is too dry? To test if your lawn is too dry, insert a screw driver into the soil. It should penetrate easily with little resistance. If this is not the case, it is likely a watering issue causing the discoloration. Increase in temperatures and lack of measurable rainfall […]

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What Should I Do About The Moss In My Yard?

The only way to combat moss is to change the environment by tree removal and/or pruning to allow more sunlight and airflow. This should be coupled with physical removal of moss prior to aeration and seeding in the fall to establish a better stand of turf in the area. Another option is landscaping mossy areas […]

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Should I Seed My Lawn In March?

Should I seed my lawn in March? No, you should not seed your lawn in March, or any other spring month. It’s best to only seed during the fall months. Tall fescue is a cool season grass. It should be seeded in the fall to allow for it to germinate and begin to grow prior […]

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Why Do I Have Holes In My Lawn?

Q: Yesterday while repairing grub damage to my lawn, I noticed a large number of holes in areas not affected by grubs. The holes are about 1 inch deep and 1 inch wide. It looks like the lawn had been aerated, but there was no loose soil evident. What do you think is causing this? […]

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