Fertilizer is not plant food even though that’s often stated on the packaging. Fertilizers are concentrations of elements which, when added to the soil or water, are then available for plants to use and make their own food. When to fertilize, with what and how are commons questions. It is important to look at the overall scheme of things in order to make the proper decisions on these questions.
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There’s a secret behind achieving a beautiful, lush lawn. Landscape professionals know what it is, but many homeowners don’t. Overseeding — as part of a comprehensive, proactive plan — keeps lawns looking great. Whether you’re tending your lawn for the first time or have years of experience, overseeding can improve your results.
Weed & Bed Weed Control
Weed management decisions vary according to plant life cycles, infestation size, environmental parameters and management objectives. Releasing biocontrol insects for control of dalmatian toadflax on large property is wise, but relying on insects for controlling small patches is inefficient. Successful weed management requires proper plant identification, selection of effective management methods and monitoring the effects over time.
Soil aeration involves perforating the soil with small holes to allow air, water, and nutrients to penetrate the grass roots. This particularly helps the roots grow deeply and produce a stronger, more vigorous lawn. Thus you should notice an immediate improvement in water runoff from rain and sprinklers. Your lawn will also be better equipped to handle drought conditions from annual aeration.