Tag Archives: Core Aeration

It’s much too hot and way too dry…….. will my lawn be ok?

The first cool-season lawn areas to show signs of heat related stress will likely consist of Kentucky bluegrass and fine fescue grass plant varieties.  Lawn areas that are not routinely watered, experience full-sun exposure or are found growing atop shallow … Continue reading

Posted in Lawn Care | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Weeds are growing in my newly seeded lawn …….. what to do?

When planting a new lawn from seed (in particular), soil is normally added, amended, cultivated and/or aerated to provide optimum seed-growing conditions.  Lightly cultivated soil is critical for new grass seed germination and eventual plant/root development, but also happens to … Continue reading

Posted in Lawn Care, New Ideas for a Better Service | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Watch out for RUST…….. ON YOUR LAWN!!!

Yes, lawn rust! When we hear the word rust we usually think of deteriorating steel or iron somewhere in our local surroundings.  However, you may be interested to learn more about a common lawn disease that shares the same name. … Continue reading

Posted in Lawn Care | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Mark, flag or map all shallow buried utilities BEFORE core aerating your lawn to avoid possible damage

As winter ends and spring finally starts, many property owners will have their lawn’s core aerated.  Core aeration is the mechanical process of repeatedly penetrating the lawn/soil with a machine that removes a great many soil cores (1/2″ diameter x … Continue reading

Posted in New Ideas for a Better Service | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment