If you live in Texas then you know how dry and hot it can get during the year. As the weather gets less hot the rain season in Texas starts picking up. Although most places in Texas can handle the … Continued
The amount of water your lawn needs can be difficult to gauge at a glance. It’s especially difficult in Texas where summers are hot and dry. Here are some common signs that your lawn might be under-watered or over-watered and … Continued
Maintaining your lawn doesn’t have to be complicated. In fact, proper lawn care is easy to do with the right set of tools and knowledge. In order to properly take care of your lawn, here are some of the most … Continued
If you want a great lawn, you have to take care of your yard all year around. This means that you may have to provide some essential lawn care in less than ideal situations, such as when your grass is … Continued
As spring and summer come to Texas, many homeowners and landowners might be surprised to see crabgrass in their otherwise perfect yard. This type of weed is most often found during the warmer season and while it doesn’t cause harm … Continued
Watering your grass on a regular basis is important. You’ve likely already heard this sentence mentioned several times, especially in Texas where the intense heat and long summers can dry out lawns in days. But, is it possible to water … Continued
When something begins to ruin your beautiful lawn it can be quite frustrating. All the time that is spent to water, mow, and keep our lawns looking great feels wasted if our grass doesn’t remain green. Every person takes care … Continued
Keeping your lawn clean and green is something that can be done by investing time and resources to ensure proper maintenance. All of this effort pays off in the long run by providing you with a healthy lawn that makes … Continued
Fertilizer for lawns can vary in the amount of nitrogen, phosphorus, and potassium in it because some grass species are hungrier than others. Beyond this consideration, a homeowner also has to choose between fast-release and slow-release fertilizers. Determining which is best depends mainly on the following factors.
Each year, 67 million pounds of synthetic pesticides are used on lawns in the United States, and we spend more than $5 billion on fertilizers derived from fossil fuel each year. Many Americans have begun looking into organic lawn care solutions.