shows the difference between awake and dormant grass.

Tis the season for warm season grass to go dormant. You will start to notice the grass starting to turn brown. Don’t worry the grass is not dying, it’s just going to take a long nap. What does it mean though when we say your grass is going dormant? Dormancy is when the yard “goes…

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DO NOT COMMIT CRAPE MURDER!!! Why is it important to prune them the correct way? Well, there are several reasons and here are a few. Pruning them incorrectly turns these beautiful trees into ugly looking stumps. It also prevents a pretty formation of bark on the trunks. You’ll begin to see skinny whip like shoots…

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How does mulch improve soil? To help improve soil using wood mulch and mulches made from other organic materials improve the soil as they break down. There are microbes and insects in the soil that naturally consume the mulch over time. How does mulch prevent weeds? To help prevent weeds, by adding a 2 to…

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1. Prevents Uneven Watering Installation teams place underground pipes and above ground sprinklers, so the grass gets the best coverage possible. They consider the size of the yard, the properties geography, and climate. You could technically get the same results by watering manually but its not easy to do. When you use a hose or…

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