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The Secret to a Great Looking Lawn

February 22, 2013

There’s always a few really great looking lawns in every neighborhood.  Green and Thick.  Hardly ever any weeds.  So what’s their secret?  Well it’s a lot easier than you think.  I have found over the years it boils down to putting down a few applications each year of the right stuff at the right time.

So here’s a way to get a specific guide (or program) for your lawn.  Just click this link and answer a few questions to get your personalized lawn feeding schedule that not only builds a thicker, greener lawn; but also helps prevent problems along the way.  Recommendations are based on your type of grass and your neighborhood (zip code).  And if you have questions during the year, our lawn consultants are a click or phone call away.  Click here to see how to get connected to this free service.

 

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2 Comments
  1. Fran permalink

    I am looking for a recipe for a solution to controlling weeds in our Bermuda grass. We have tried all of the BRAND solutions and yes, they kill the weeds, but then others grow in their place. We were told of a mixture containing vinegar, dish detergent and salt and I was wondering if anyone else had heard of this working???

    • Hi Fran
      Can’t help you with this particular home remedy. Sounds like you need to get your grass stronger by feeding it 3 or 4 times a year. The first feeding would be around the time that you see about 60% of your bermuda beginning to turn green. Then feed again at 6 week intervals. Turf Builder South is a good choice. The extra feedings will help thicken your grass up so it fills in the thin areas where you have killed the weeds. Ortho Weed B Gon MAX will do a good job on most weeds. If you have some shade, your bermuda will be thinner than it would be in full sun.

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