Q & A - Get The Faqs
Q. I have brown spots on my lawn. What are they?
A. There are lots of reasons for brown spots. It could be from dog urine burns, lawn disease or insect problems. Just call us for a free estimate and lawn analysis.
Q. How is core aeration beneficial for my lawn?
A.. Lawn aeration has many benefits. Such as:
* It allows air, water and nutrients to get directly at the roots. * It helps to break down thatch. * It is one of the best ways to fight lawn disease. * It aids in root growth, which helps your lawn to look more lush and green. * It also lowers your watering bill because less water is wasted through evaporation.
Q. When is the best time to seed?
A. Early fall would be the best time to seed your lawn. Spring is also good, as long as you make sure the newly germinated seed is kept watered during the harsher hot conditions that come during the summer months.
Q. Everybody mulches around here, why?
A. Mulch is put down on flower beds and shrubbery beds to enhance the beauty but also aids greatly in weed control and it helps keep your topsoil moist from the heat of the sun.
Q. What time of day is best to water?
A. You should water as early in the day as possible so the grass will be completely dry by sunset. Grass left damp or moist over night is highly susceptible to fungus diseases.
Q. How much water does my lawn really need?
A. Your lawn needs about one inch of water per week. Sandy soils need more water while rich organic soils generally need less. Evaporation, heat, length of grass blade, shade and wind all affect your lawn's watering needs.
Contact us to discuss your landscaping needs and get a free estimate and analysis of your yard. We are looking forward to assisting you.
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