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Mechanical Core Aeration
What is core aeration?
Core aeration is the removal of small cores of soil and thatch from your lawn.
Why aerate your lawn?
Aeration is beneficial for your lawn in a number of ways. Aeration will overcome a compacted soil. Compacted soils
Armyworms feed on the grass anytime during the day and are known for their voracious eating habit. They have been seen moving en masse from one turf grass area to the next eating everything that is green, leaving only a few stems.
Bluegrass Billbug (Sphenophorus parvulus)
Adult Bluegrass Billbugs are blackish grey in color with a hard body that is about 3/16" (5 mm) in size. They can be distinguished by their long snout-like forehead. The adults survive in the thatch layer during the growing season.
We will keep crabgrass out of your lawn GUARANTEED if any does break through we will get rid of it. Crabgrass turns thick, lush, green lawns into thin, weak, patchy lawns. Crabgrass - a troublesome weed grass - infests lawns across the country. Since there are many different weed grasses, it is critical that the undesirable grass be correctly identified. Identification features are listed below:
Difficult to Control Weeds
Promoting a healthy lawn is the best defense against having severe weed problems. Proper mowing and watering, regular fertilization and core cultivation when necessary are key ingredients in building a healthy lawn. The use of pest control materials, as tools to control weeds and other pest problems will help to protect grass plants and ensure vigorous growth in a lawn.
Troublesome Leaf Disease
The disease spreads, in the form of spores, throughout your lawn by wind, air, water and humans. The disease may re-appear from year to year if conditions are met. Improper watering and mowing may cause the disease.
Plant Nutrition and Fertilization
Essential Plant Nutrients
Of the more than 100 known elements, 16 are essential plant nutrients. The three most important to plants are carbon, hydrogen and oxygen; which plants get from air, water and the organic matter in the soil.
This spring is your lawn filled with patches of straw-colored, damaged turf? Your lawn is made up of cultivated plants struggling to grow in a harsh winter climate. Winter conditions can damage your lawn in the following ways.