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Tree Pruning Is Good For The Environment

A tree with a large canopy can impede the growth of grass or shrubs at the base of the tree. Pruning can give other plants and lower...

Midwestern Weeds

We know how frustrating weeds can be, especially if you’re putting in hours trying to make your yard the best it can be. If weeds are...

Midwestern Grass

The first step to a great-looking lawn is knowing what kind of grass you’re growing and its characteristics. Common grasses found in...

Liquid or Core Aeration

Core Aeration will have a more immediate impact on your soil and the look of your grass. But, the effects are not very long lasting. The...

Liquid Aeration

As the name suggests, this is a liquid application that can be as effective, if not more, than a traditional Core Aeration. Liquid...

Core Aeration

Grass roots need oxygen to function, and with heavy clay soils in much of the Midwest, getting enough oxygen to the roots can be...

Patterns To Mowing

We all get stuck in a routine, is not a good idea when it comes to mowing your lawn. Changing the pattern you take each time you mow is...

Increase Water Quality

Studies show healthy lawns absorb rainfall 4-6 times more effectively than farm fields, being exceeded only by virgin forest. Lawns...

Better Air Quality

A 50′ by 50′ well maintained grass area will create enough oxygen to meet the needs of a family of four every day. Acting like a gigantic...

Garden and Flower

Garden and flower beds can keep your property looking beautiful and bright when cared for properly. The average person in the US spends...

Weed Control

Along with a healthy turf, weed control is an essential part of a beautiful lawn. The professional products that we apply to your lawn...

Mulching

Adding mulch to your flowerbeds and gardens adds more nutrients to the soil, improves moisture retention and can help prevent soil...

Old grass, new techniques!

What’s older than grass? Not much according to scientists that found one species of grass of sea grass that dates back to 200,000 years...