Controlling weeds

11/27/2016 J Gennaro 0

If you are maintaining the beauty or are simply taking care of your lawn, it is imperative that you effectively and regularly get rid of weeds. You know that weeds are unwanted because: first, they compete with the turf for the minerals and nutrients in the soil content; second: they compete for adequate sunlight; third, they can be destructive to the turfs’ existence; and lastly, they simply are eye sores.   A good and well maintained lawn is characterized by the absence of unwanted weeds. That is why you should strive to make sure you weed out your lawn regularly. […]


How to Identify Lawn Diseases

10/22/2016 J Gennaro 3

Top 3 Lawn Diseases There is nothing more frustrating and pitiful than watching your lawn deteriorate because of a rampant lawn disease. Usually, these lawn diseases are a result of fungal infections that can have debilitating and unsightly effects on the landscape. Therefore, it is important to know about these diseases and some ways to fix them. Here are three of the most common types of lawn diseases that you need to be aware of to keep your lawn in check:   1. Leptosphaeria Korrae It is a lawn disease that is usually known by the name Necrotic Ring Spot […]


Lawn Sprinkler Ultimate Guide

10/21/2016 J Gennaro 3

All of us look to ensure that our lawns retain their beautiful appearance. There is nothing more relaxing than the sight of a beautiful lawn to make all the fatigue of the day wash away. However, to ensure that the beauty of your lawn is not hampered, a bit of work is required. Attention needs to be paid to its maintenance, and one of the major aspects of lawn care is watering. The watering needs to be just right with the right manner and frequency used. A lawn sprinkler system is used for this purpose. We are going to shed […]


Lawn Fertilizing and Liming

10/20/2016 D Gennaro 0

Take care of your lawn with fertilizer and lime. Depending on the ground and the target you fertilized with organic or artificial fertilizer. Apply lime acidity of the ground level. Thatching the Grass Frost out of the ground? Then get your thatching rake or machine out of the barn. With annual liming make the soil lighter so the land is accessible to oxygen, nutrients and water … and also better grass roots. Check out our post “Thatching Your Lawn” to learn more Seeding the Lawn Bare spots in the lawn? A well-known problem. Bare spots in the lawn can be […]


Pruning and Cutting Guide

10/19/2016 D Gennaro 2

Pruning is not difficult. It stimulates growth, the plant gets older and remains longer in bloom. Always use good pruning tools and keep you on the cutting rules. Prune or cut Pruning is the removal or shortening of entire branches and twigs. Clipping is the removal of projections of a plant to get that in some form or maintain. Hedges and boxwood figures are not pruned, but clipped. Get your taking a whole branch road, you are pruning. It is also prune the tops of plants. Prune The main reasons for pruning are: Encourage flowering and fruiting. Create more space […]

Fall Cleanup

Fall Lawn Prep Guide

10/19/2016 J Gennaro 1

As fall arrives with the fall of dead leaves and the promise of winter, there are a lot of changes in the needs of plants and trees. Fall brings with it a series of changes, all of which we learn to get used to as quickly as possible. But while we can adapt quickly, plants and trees take longer, especially the delicate plants and grass in one’s lawn which need special care. Preparing your lawn for the fall can be a difficult, delicate task with a lot of things that you have to look after. There are a number of […]


Summer Pruning of trees, flowers and bushes

10/18/2016 D Gennaro 2

A proper summer pruning for trees and bushes can cause fruit trees to bear more fruit, bring about a second round of flowers, or even allow bushes to remain healthier into their winter dormancy period Summer Pruning Summer pruning of fruit trees like apple, pear, cherry, plum and peach is from June to August, preferably in dry weather. With regular pruning fruit get enough space and light to grow and mature. It is also a good way to remove infected branches and leaves with fungi, pests and parasites. At the same time, inhibit the growth of shoots that do not […]


Lawn Trimmer and Brushcutter Guide

10/18/2016 D Gennaro 1

Use a lawn trimmer or brush cutter for clean lawn edges, ditches or remove weeds. There are different types for sale. Maintain them well and work safely. Lawn Trimmer A lawn trimmer is indispensable to clean lawn edges. What can you best use depends on the size of your lawn and what you use it for. The larger the lawn, the greater the cutting width of the trimmer. Identify garden tasks you perform and decide on that basis which trimmer you buy. Features of Lawn Trimmers Lawn trimmers  are available in the following versions: Electrical power trimmers. Battery powered trimmers. […]


DeThatching your lawn

10/18/2016 D Gennaro 4

Keep your lawn healthy and clean by dethatching. You cut into the turf and soil, so you remove moss and gets the bottom again enough air, light and nutrients. Why should you be dethatching your lawn? Keep your lawn clean and healthy. After the mowing remain lying grass clippings, which form a dense layer of felt in the long run. dethatch therefore at least once a year. dethatching manually is hard work, and therefore only suitable for a small lawn. Rent or buy a larger lawn electric machine. A moss rake or machine has sharp blades that cut through the […]


Lawn Maintenance: Pesticides to Feed Your Lawn

10/17/2016 D Gennaro 2

Fight diseases and pests in your lawn. On this site  can find information about many quality pesticides for pest and disease Once the weather starts to turn warm, you should start looking for pests and diseases. If you identify any, or don’t spend the time to address them they can get out of hand. Fortunately, you can get your plants healthy enough that they can protect themselves throughout the season, with an early application of pesticide. Common Pests to address with Pesticides Louse Aphids sit on the top of the shoots and remove the sugars from the plant. This is […]

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