Lawn Care


How to Slit Seed Your Lawn

04

May 2016

How to Slit Seed Your Lawn

If your lawn has bald patches, is thinning or is overgrown with weeds that don’t allow grass to get the necessary nutrients, overseeding the lawn may be a better solution to repair it to its full green glory than uprooting the existing grass. For overseeding, you will have to use a special machine called a slit seeder. These are rolling machines capable of digging a...

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Choosing the Best Grub Control Products

20

Apr 2016

Choosing the Best Grub Control Products

If your lawn looks brown and barren and birds and other wildlife are constantly coming to feed on it, you very likely have a grub infestation on your hands. Fortunately, you are not helpless against the little pests as there are plenty of grub control products out there that can help you get rid of them. The trick is just knowing when and how to...

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Proper Mowing and Watering Habits for the Spring

04

Apr 2016

Proper Mowing and Watering Habits for the Spring

Spring is a particularly important part of the year for lawn owners as the grass awakens from its winter dormancy and requires a lot of care. In addition, spring is also the time when plants should be prepared for the hot summer season, when the sun and the temperatures can greatly harm the plants. This is why proper mowing and watering is a crucial part...

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17

Mar 2016

Start Your Spring Lawn Cleaning on Time

Taking care of your lawn in the spring takes far less time than it does in the fall, but it’s still something that you shouldn’t neglect. And, with spring just around the corner (March 20), now is as good a time as any to start your spring lawn cleaning. On that note, here are some tips you might find useful: Clean around the plants Fallen...

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Best Broadleaf Weed Control for Your Lawn

01

Mar 2016

Best Broadleaf Weed Control for Your Lawn

A rich and vibrant lawn is the ultimate goal of every lawnowner. Unfortunately, perennial broadleaf plants such as dandelion often don’t allow us to enjoy our lawns to the fullest. If broadleaf weeds have invaded your lawn, you need to take certain measures to remove the nuisance. Prevention Properly taking care of the lawn is the best way to prevent broadleaf weeds from sprouting. A...

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How to Prevent Crabgrass from Overtaking Your Lawn

15

Feb 2016

How to Prevent Crabgrass from Overtaking Your Lawn

For homeowners, Crabgrass is one of the worst things that can happen to their lawn. Fortunately, there are a number of good products that can prevent or control the spread of Crabgrass and they are widely available in stores. What Do We Know About Crabgrass? Crabgrass is one of the most common weed grasses in the United States. It especially thrives in the summer, during...

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Importance of Dormant Oils

05

Feb 2016

Importance of Dormant Oils

During the winter months, the plants, shrubs and trees in your garden are mostly dormant and the same goes for any insects. This is the perfect time to spray them with some dormant oil. But what exactly is dormant oil and why is it important? What do Dormant Oils do? Dormant oils are used to kill any insects, mites and other unwanted guests that have...

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How to Prevent and Control Crabgrass in Your Lawn

08

Dec 2015

How to Prevent and Control Crabgrass in Your Lawn

If there is one good thing about winter its that it puts all plants to sleep, even those you don’t really want “decorating” your lawn. However, as the weather becomes warmer and the snow melts, plants spring back to life. Unfortunately, this includes the stubborn crabgrass. And you thought you got rid of it so easily. Don’t worry, we’ll teach you how to prevent crabgrass...

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What Does Country Club Lawn & Tree Do During the Winter?

02

Dec 2015

What Does Country Club Lawn & Tree Do During the Winter?

People love to talk about their lawns. If I meet someone at a party or at my son’s baseball game and need to strike up a conversation, talking about the lawn is a safe territory while religion and politics should always be avoided. This is especially true when you are a lawn care professional; folks see me driving my Country Club Lawn vehicle or the...

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How to Undo the Damage Moles Have Done to Your Lawn

13

Oct 2015

How to Undo the Damage Moles Have Done to Your Lawn

If you are seeing small mounds of earth all around your lawn, this is a clear sign that you have some moles tunneling and burrowing under your lawn. While these creatures fortunately are not herbivores. and eat worms and grubs that can also harm your plants, they can still do a lot of damage. Moles live underground in elaborate tunnels almost all of their lives,...

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