January 2018 started out VERY cold, so all of us pet owners would do well to keep these pet-safety tips in mind:Feed well. Give your pet plenty of food and water, because keeping warm outdoors takes energy. Check paws. Wipe with a damp towel to remove salt, and check for ice ...
A healthy lawn is sustained by water, sunlight, carbon dioxide, oxygen, and over a dozen different nutrients absorbed by roots from the soil. Fertilizer comes into the picture because nitrogen, phosphorus and potassium, the primary nutrients, are usually needed in larger quantities than the soil can provide.
Before beginning a fertilization application program, we’ll test soil pH to determine whether an application of lime is warranted to raise the pH of your soil. Cool-season turfgrasses like Kentucky bluegrass, for example, prefer a pH between 6.5 and 7.2.
Contact us today for an evaluation and a customized lawn care plan.