Any homeowner who has to look after their lawn can tell you what an uphill battle it can sometimes be. It seems that there is a never ending supply of diseases and afflictions ready to strike down your lawn at a moment’s notice.
Grasshopper Lawns Inc., member of The National Association of Landscape Professionals (NALP), showed their commitment to caring for our nation’s green spaces with their involvement in a national NALP event, the NALP “Day of Service”. Grasshopper Lawns, Inc. enjoys participating in the event on/near Earth Day in an effort to demonstrate environmental devotion and humanitarianism by giving back to our individual communities.
Climate is controlled at ground level by turfgrasses as they cool temperatures appreciably, thus working as exterior “air conditioners.”
Let’s face it, there are times that all of us just get too busy and let things slide longer than we should have.
Looking after your lawn & making sure it stays fresh and healthy is often easier said than done. From clearing leaves & snow from your lawn in the colder months to fertilizing, mowing and removing weeds, you have to put a lot of work to keep your lawn green.
As the winter rolls on and the cold weather sets in, people using salt to deice become a regular sight. Salting may be great for preventing ice from forming on roads or driveways, but you should make sure none of that salt then makes its way onto your lawn.
There are certain things we don’t enjoy doing but know we have to do them, whether it’s keeping on top of your bills or going to the doctors for a check-up.
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Sometimes it can feel like fighting a losing battle trying to keep your garden free of weeds. No sooner have you cleared a patch of dandelions away than they crop up somewhere else. It’s also especially difficult if you want to try and get rid of weeds without having to resort to any harmful chemicals or herbicides.
It is a truth universally accepted that if you have a lawn, at some point you are going to have to work to rid it of pests that are doing it harm. Pests can leave unsightly stains on your otherwise beautiful lawn and if left unnoticed these can become large annoyances to rectify.