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Does your lawn need aeration? Aeration opens up your lawn’s root zone to the nutrients that it needs to thrive. Our specialists highly recommend aerating your lawn if it is struggling with soil compaction, lawn diseases, or lawn thatch buildup. Read on to learn why. Soil Compaction Compacted soil traps water around the root zone, creating a host

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lawn mushrooms

Have a lawn mushroom problem? Worry not! Lawn mushrooms are a common occurrence during mild, wet weather. Fortunately, most lawn mushrooms are harmless and indicate healthy soil. What Are Mushrooms?  Mushrooms are the reproductive structure of some forms of fungi.  These fungi reproduce through spores found in the mushrooms we see on our lawns. Spores

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Did you know your mowing habits can affect your lawn for years to come? Follow the expert mowing tips in this post for a healthier lawn this year and every year! 1. Only mow 1/3 of the grass blade off at a time Each time you mow your lawn, you stress it a little. To

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green healthy grass

Rule of Thumb: Lawns in Utah generally require at least 1 to 2 inches of water per week in spring and fall and 2.5 to 3 inches of water per week in summer. Skip to a Section: Watering in 70 to 80 Degree Weather Watering in 90 to 100+ Degree Weather Watering Guide: How to

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Are you struggling to keep your lawn green? Lawn care can be challenging, but fertilizing your lawn doesn’t need to be difficult! Knowing when to fertilize your lawn and how to eliminate weeds and grubs will help you grow the greenest lawn on the block. Most people fertilize only when they think their lawns need

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rotary sprinkler close-up

In Utah, lawns tend to go dormant in the summer months because of the heat. High heats put stress on the lawn, making summer the ideal time for grubs to munch on roots, diseases to attack grass blades, and weeds to move into thinning, yellow patches. To make matters worse, we’re currently in the middle

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clover

Did you know that some of the weeds growing in your yard have medicinal properties, and some are edible? If you’re lost in the woods, that knowledge might come in handy, but most of us are probably more interested in learning how to get rid of the weeds. Whether you’re planning an escape to the

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Bluegrass Seed Heads

Do you struggle to keep the Kentucky bluegrass in your lawn green in the summer months? Are you seeing what looks like lighter-colored, delicate little weeds growing in your lawn? If you answered yes to either of these questions, this post will help you learn more about your lawn and how to take care of

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