If your lawn has been damaged in any way over the summer, you can help it recover by scheduling lawn fertilization, lawn aeration, and overseeding services in the fall.
Brown patch is a lawn disease that weakens your grass and leaves brown spots on your turf. Keep reading to learn more about what to do if this disease affects your grass.
A fall lawn fertilization treatment will not only help your lawn survive the cold winter but it will also encourage your grass to bounce back quickly in the spring.
Keep your lawn free from fleas and ticks by mowing your lawn regularly and keeping it free of debris. You should also sign up for a professional flea and tick control service!
Restore your thinning turf by scheduling an overseeding service. Learn about the benefits of overseeding and how it can enhance the health and appearance of your lawn!
Liquid aeration and core aeration can help nutrients and resources reach the roots of your grass. Read on to find out which service is the one for you!
Grubs can cause significant damage to lawns if they are not treated in a timely manner. Keep an eye out for signs that your lawn is infested with grubs.
The seeding phase for grass in Wisconsin happens in the spring and is a sign of a healthy lawn. Although seeding won’t produce new grass, it is still beneficial for your lawn.
In Wisconsin, fertilize your lawn twice in spring and summer and once in fall. This will ensure it has plentiful resources year-round to combat environmental challenges.
Preventative grub control is a great way to avoid significant damage to your lawn. Learn more about how it works and when to apply it!