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February 3, 2020 0 Comments

What to Expect from a Lawn Aeration Service

Your grass roots require air, nutrients, and water to thrive. Over time, your soil can become compacted, creating a tough environment for growing. That’s where lawn aeration comes in. Benefits of a lawn aeration service include: Turf health: The root zone gets more access to air, sun, water, nutrients, and fertilizer. This helps the roots grow […]

March 7, 2019 0 Comments

Is Grass Good for the Environment?

You know trees are good for the air, but what do you know about grass and the environment? Does this plant also have a positive effect on the world? Grass and the Environment The grass is beneficial for the environment. Unlike dirt and pavement, grass earns its keep as it covers the ground. Here’s why: […]

January 1, 2019 0 Comments

How Much Does Aeration and Seeding Cost?

Aeration and seeding are the most important things you can do to make your lawn as healthy and beautiful as possible. The two services often go hand-in-hand because the aeration breaks up the compacted soil, giving the seeds a safe place to grow. As essentials parts of your lawncare routine, it’s helpful to have a […]

August 30, 2018 0 Comments

How Long Does Fall DIY Lawn Care Take?

The fall is full of fun festivities. Football, kids’ sports, food festivals, and more fill your schedule. Here’s one more thing you need to add: DIY lawn care for the season. Where does this fit into this busy time? How much time should you set aside? Fall DIY Lawn Care Check List and Time Requirements […]

June 12, 2018 0 Comments

Fall Armyworms in June?!?

We have heard reports of fall armyworm egg masses around homes and buildings in Charlotte, NC. While the timing is earlier than usual (armyworms typically start becoming an issue in July), it is not unheard of to see fall armyworm activity in June. 2018 in North Carolina was a busy year for fall armyworms and although the early activity is not an indicator of armyworm potential damage severity, it would be wise to be on the lookout for these insects.

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