Lawn Care Utah

Keep that lawn looking good!

Maintain a Healthy Lawn With These Helpful Tips   Whether you’re a homeowner or a commercial property manager, there’s nothing more enticing than a lush, beautiful green lawn. A gorgeous lawn doesn’t happen by accident; there are several habits you need to add to your lawn maintenance routine to get your grass looking picture perfect. Here…

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When do I water my lawn?

When Do I Water My Lawn and for How Long? Lawns are a source of pride for many homeowners. No matter what type of grass you get, you will need to water it every so often. While it may seem like a simple task, many property owners do not understand the proper way to water…

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Top 5 Tips for Keeping your Lawn Green

Every homeowner wants to impress the neighbors with a luscious green lawn. No matter what time of year it is, here are some useful tips to keeping your grass healthy and beautiful. 1. Water Wisely Established grass needs 1-1.5 inches of water in the spring and fall, but up to 2.5 inches in the heat…

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Lawn Maintenance

Fertilizer Guide: When temperatures are fairly cool and your lawn is dry, apply fertilizer that is applicable to your soil and climate. Check with your local nursery or garden center for what works best. Make sure you read the application instructions multiple times to know how much to apply and how often. For best results,…

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Caring for your new Lawn

New Lawn: Lightly sprinkle water on the bare soil as you install your new sod. This will cool the soil providing a better environment for new, tender roots of the sod. Using a hose, water each piece of sod within 15 minutes of being laid on the soil. Give your new sod one inch of…

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Watering and Lawn Care Guide

Watering and Lawn care guide: Prepare your site before receiving your sod. Pre-spread a fertilizer in the sod area before laying. This will help the root system of the sod to get nutrients immediately after it has been planted. For best results, stay off your new sod for two weeks. Stagger the sod joints in…

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