Category2: Lawn Care and Maintenance

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What should I do with thatch hand

One way to maintain your lawn’s health is through aeration and dethatching. Dethatching is the process of removing the build-up of thatch just below the surface of the lawn. Dethatching is harsh and causes damage to your lawn, but the long-term benefits far outweigh the short-term downside. To mitigate damage, dethatching should be done when […]

Lawn service mowing lawn professional

If you’re reading this, you’re probably battling the thought of what is cheap between; buying yourself a lawnmower and using it to attend to your lawn or hiring a lawn service or someone to do the job for you. You should buy a Lawnmower if you have more money than time. You should pay someone […]

Frequently Asked Questions seeds

Many homeowners lucky enough to have a lawn will be familiar with the basics of lawn care. What some homeowners are not familiar with, however, is the concept of lawn seeding or overseeding. This technique can help keep your lawn looking long and luscious all year round. The best time to overseed your lawn will […]

Hydroseeding service near me

Hydroseeding is a faster and easier way to establish a thick, and beautiful lawn, and healthier grass for your yard. It is way cheaper than sod, and a better alternative to hand seeding. If you plan to hydroseed your yard, it is critical to find a qualified and insured contractor in your area. The best […]

FAQ’s overseeding

Getting high germination rates is essential when you overseed your lawn; aerating and dethatching are two essential lawn techniques that can help you achieve excellent growth rates allowing you to reap the benefits of a healthy and abundant lawn. You can aerate and or dethatch your lawn before overseeding. Removing thatch allows the seed to […]

Should I Kill Weeds Before Dethatching lawn

Dethatching is an important lawn maintenance activity that should be carried out at least once every 2 – 3 years, depending on the type of grass. Regular dethatching keeps your grass healthy and improves the overall comfort and appearance of your lawn. Dethatching your lawn will get rid of some small weeds growing on your […]

Is it better to dethatch or aerate first part of lawn

While a lawn’s thatch layer is essential to ensuring that it retains moisture, it can become detrimental to the lawn’s health and overall well-being once it grows past an inch in thickness. Dethatching your lawn is best done in late spring or early summer. You should avoid dethatching in winder as it is when lawns […]

fertilizing lawn after dethatching

Dethatching involves cutting into your lawn with rotating blades or tines in order to remove excess thatch. While the process is absolutely necessary in order to ensure that your grass receives the air, nutrients, and moisture that it needs, it tends to be traumatic. It exposes grassroots, damages grass blades, and leaves your lawn looking […]

Should I aerate or dethatch my lawn first

Aeration and dethatching are essential lawn treatments that address soil compaction issues through different techniques, but with similar results; because both procedures allow the soil to breathe and receive more air, water, and nutrients. You can dethatch and aerate at the same time if your lawn has a severe thatch and soil compaction problem. Spring […]

What does Dethatching do for Your Lawn

A thick layer of thatch does one thing for your lawn, and that is to create unhealthy growing conditions that foster the growth of fungi and pests that cause diseases that damage the lawn and ultimately result in the premature death of turfgrass. Removing thatch buildup also known as “Dethatching”, allows air, water, and nutrients […]

How often to dethatch your lawn cut lawn

Thatch removal is an often overlooked but essential lawn maintenance technique performed by either manual or mechanical means to preserve a healthy lawn surface and bolster active growing conditions for your turfgrass. Your lawn should be dethatched every 2 – 3 years, or when the thatch layer exceeds ½ inch in thickness. Some lawn varieties […]

Finding a hydroseeding company near me seeds and water

Everyone loves a golf course-quality lawn, but few people are willing to go through the process of establishing it. This is because the process is usually labor-intensive and time-consuming, no matter the method you select. When comparing hydroseeding and regular seed, hydroseeding is a better option and easier alternative compared to regular grass seed. Although […]