Lawn Aeration and Overseeding: Know the Core Benefits


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Lawn aeration, what’s it good for? Lawn aeration is the process of removing portions of soil from the lawn using a machine similar to a lawnmower, called an aerator. Once aeration is performed, plugs of soil are pulled from the ground leaving behind about 2” to 4” deep holes. There are four benefits to aerating the soil…

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How to Get Your Lawn Ready for Fall


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Fall can be one of the most beautiful times of the year. Before the air gets crisper and the leaves start to change colors, homeowners need to work on getting their yard ready. Fall lawn preparation is easy and can help keep your yard looking its best all season. Use this quick guide to learn…

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What’re those brown patches in my yard?


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Middle Tennessee summers present challenges for all turf types. Compacted clay soils, poor soil drainage, heat, humidity, and moisture combine to create favorable conditions for lawn fungal diseases to develop. Fungus in lawns can appear as distinct brown patches, circles, or as irregular brown wilting turf. Although there are some other causes of brown wilting…

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With the spirit of the Olympics just behind us we witnessed many record-breaking events.


Not to be outdone, Middle Tennessee experienced a record-breaking event that stood since 1950, consecutive number of nights with temperatures exceeding 70 degrees. For us Fescue lovers, this is not a record that we are excited about breaking. Optimal growing temperatures for Fescue grass is between 60-75 degrees, so when our nights are this hot,…

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Now Servicing Communities in the Northern Middle Tennessee Region!


Now Servicing Communities in the Northern Middle Tennessee Region including: Hendersonville, Gallatin, Goodletsville, Hermitage and Mt Juliet. Call today for special promotions available for new customers and referrals in these communities.”

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Winter De-icing Salt Can be Damaging to Grass and Plants


  A popular ingredient in de-icing salt treatments for sidewalks and roads is Sodium Chloride (NaCl). Salt run off from de-icing can be damaging to grass and plants by contributing to soil compaction because of the way salt molecules bind with soil particles. Compaction reduces the ability of water and oxygen to move through soils…

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